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Gunman Dressed As Santa Kills 7 In Texas

December 27, 2011
An estranged father and husband dressed as Santa killed two families on Christmas morning after their opened presents.

Mich. Campus Chief Commits Suicide

December 27, 2011
A public memorial service has been set for Eastern Michigan University Police Chief Greg O'Dell, who was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on Friday.
<p>(From l. to r.) S.O. Tech&#39;s Lead Sales Rep Neil Trusso, CEO Jim Cragg, and DynGlobal&#39;s Solar Engineer Rob Hill. Cragg is holding the vest-mounted solar panel and a battery. Hill is holding a representation of a solar-power and water filtration system. Photo: S.O. Tech</p>

S.O.Tech Introduces Tactical Vest with Solar Panels

December 27, 2011
S.O. Tech and DynGlobal have developed a carrier vest system that uses integrated solar panels to charge tactical gear. The company will bring the product to SHOT Show in January to demonstrate its capabilities for law enforcement.
<p>Screenshot: <a href=&quot;http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6Tj7Pvu1qY&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Ononair1</a></p>

N.Y. Sheriff's Air Unit Could Get Corporate Logo

December 27, 2011
Onondaga County (N.Y.) Sheriff Kevin Walsh has offered naming rights to the agency's helicopter to keep the unit in service. With Air One at risk of being grounded by budget cuts, Sheriff Walsh began talks with two potential sponsors.

Man Breaks Calif. Officer's Nose In Fight

December 27, 2011
A hit-and-run suspect fought off a TASER and broke a San Jose Police officer's nose, before other officers arrested him Christmas morning.
<p>Photo: SCSO</p>

Fla. Motor Cop Killed In Crash

December 27, 2011
A Seminole County (Fla.) Sheriff's deputy was killed in a crash, after a driver pulled out in front of him while turning left on Monday afternoon. Deputy Matt Miller served with the agency for nearly 24 years.
<p>Photo: LASD</p>

67 Officers Graduate from L.A. Sheriff's Academy

December 26, 2011
Of the group, 53 new deputies join the ranks of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Fourteen other officers join municipal departments.

Ala. Deputy's Shooting Was 'Within Policy,' Sheriff Says

December 25, 2011
A Tuscaloosa County (Ala.) Sheriff's deputy struck by a bullet returned fire and killed an armed robbery suspect during a vehicle stop. Sheriff Ted Sexton said his deputy was "within policy."

Off-duty Tenn. Cop Opens Fire In X-Mas Eve Gang Melee

December 25, 2011
Nine people were wounded, when rival gang members began firing at each other while leaving a Christmas Eve party outside a downtown Chattanooga church and teen club.

NYPD Promotes Slain Cop's Partner

December 25, 2011
Commissioner Ray Kelly promoted Officer Glenn Estrada to detective for arresting Lamont Pride in the fatal shooting of Officer Peter Figoski during a home invasion in Brooklyn.
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