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Video: Chief, Principal Defend SRO's TASERing of N.C. Student

January 13, 2012
A school resource officer with the Kernersville (N.C.) Police Department used a TASER to subdue a student when two students began swinging at each other Monday at East Forsyth High School.

Body of Missing Missouri Trooper Found

January 13, 2012
Searchers have discovered the body of a missing Missouri Highway Patrol trooper who was swept away by Missouri River flood waters last summer.
<p>Photo: FNH USA</p>

FNH USA Introduces FNS Striker-Fired Pistols

January 12, 2012
FNH USA will introduce the FNS-9 and FNS-40 striker-fired autoloaders for law enforcement at SHOT Show 2012. The new FNS features a frame design that includes an ultra-low bore axis to reduce felt recoil and two interchangeable backstraps to personalize the grip fit to the user.
<p>Photo: EoTech</p>

EoTech Introduces the Compact G33 Magnifier

January 12, 2012
EoTech will introduce the G33 3.25X magnifier at SHOT Show 2012. The G33 needs only 3.9 inches of rail space. Also, eye relief has been extended to 2.2 inches, which allows for a more comfortable cheek weld while shooting.
<p>Photo Credit: Cary Ulrich Photography</p>

Slain Park Ranger Remembered for Devotion To Family

January 12, 2012
As a National Park Service ranger, Margaret Anderson was adept at pointing out the best hiking trails on Mount Rainier, rescuing lost hikers, bandaging damaged limbs, putting out fires, and taking scofflaws into custody.

Thousands Attend Utah Officer's Funeral

January 12, 2012
A Utah police officer killed in a gunbattle last week with a suspected pot grower was buried in a tearful ceremony Wednesday that included a 21-gun salute, the release of about a dozen white doves and a statewide broadcast of a police dispatcher's final radio callout.

Ga. Agencies Lease Harley-Davidsons for Motor Units

January 12, 2012
The Canton (Ga.) Police Department has acquired new Harley-Davidson police motorcycles through a municipal lease program provided by Sparta Commercial Services, Inc.

Texas Agency Switches to Chevy Tahoes

January 12, 2012
The Pflugerville (Texas) Police Department is switching to Chevrolet Tahoes as its new patrol vehicle because of their versatility, according to the agency.

Handcuffed Cruiser Thief Radioed for Help To Escape

January 12, 2012
A 22-year-old Indiana man who stole a police cruiser took the vehicle on a joyride and radioed dispatchers to ask how to get out of the handcuffs. Police later recovered the squad in a detention pond.

Ohio Cop Fired for Verbally Abusing CCW Holder

January 12, 2012
A Canton (Ohio) Police officer who threatened a concealed-carry permit holder at a traffic stop has been fired by his agency. Patrolman Daniel Harless can appeal Safety Director Thomas Ream's decision.
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