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Video: Dragged Calif. Cop's Partner Relied On Training

August 25, 2011
After realizing his partner Officer Jarred Slocum was down, Officer McFarland relied on the "dummy drag," a technique he learned at the police academy. Officer McFarland holstered his sidearm, moved into the line of fire, hooked his arms around his partner, and dragged him to safety.

Six People Face Charges In Death of Ind. K-9 Cop

August 25, 2011
Six people are facing federal charges in connection with the shooting death of Terre Haute (Ind.) Police Officer Brent Long. Five of those people apparently lied to police about the whereabouts of shooter Shaun Seeley.

Investigators Review Other Rape Cases for Possible Link to NYPD Cop

August 25, 2011
The police are investigating whether a New York City police officer who has been charged with raping a woman last week at gunpoint in Upper Manhattan may be responsible for other unsolved sex attacks, according to Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly.
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<p>Anniston (Ala.) Police Officer Justin Sollohub. Photo: Facebook.</p>

Ala. Officer Removed from Life Support; Organs Harvested

August 25, 2011
Anniston (Ala.) Police Officer Justin Sollohub was removed from life support Thursday, a day after he was shot in the head while chasing a suspect. Officer Sollohub was taken off life support at 3:05 p.m. local time on Thursday, so doctors could harvest his organs for transplant.

Calif. Cop Fatally Shoots Man In Armored Car Robbery Shootout

August 24, 2011
A suspect who attempted to rob an armored car in Pinole, Calif., on Wednesday morning was fatally shot during a heist that involved two gunfights between officers and a security guard.

Purdue Develops Graffiti Translator App for LE

August 24, 2011
The app analyzes the features in gang-graffiti images such as the colors and shapes of characters. The information is sent to a server and compared against a graffiti-image database. The matched results are sent back to the device where the user can then review the results and provide extra details to refine the analysis.
<p>Photo: FFL123.com.</p>

FFL123.com Offers Online Licensing Course

August 24, 2011
The FFL123 Guide guides students through the federal application procedure and guarantees you'll receive an FFL or a 150-percent refund. The guide covers all nine FFL licenses.
<p>Photo: Kustom Signals.</p>

IACP Certifies Kustom Signals' ProLaser 4 LIDAR

August 24, 2011
The compact ProLaser 4 is smaller, lighter, and faster than its predecessors. It's powered by four AA batteries and features a ruggedized pistol grip. ProLaser 4 delivers unmatched target acquisition (even through glass) and improved target range up to 8,000 feet, according to the company.

Fake Delaware Cop Tells Driver To Follow Him To Station

August 24, 2011
A 56-year-old Pennsylvania man was nearly rear-ended by a Kia hatchback at about 6 p.m. on Monday. The Kia driver, who was dressed in what appeared to be a police uniform, began yelling and cursing at the driver, demanding he show his operator's license.

Ohio Deputy Loses Police Gear In Burglary

August 24, 2011
A Fayette County (Ohio) Sheriff's deputy lost multiple firearms, badges, insignia, and a portable radio during a break-in at his home on Tuesday.
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