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Utah Officer Killed, Five Wounded in Drug Raid

January 5, 2012
An Ogden (Utah) Police officer, among six gunned down Wednesday night while serving a search warrant, has died from his injuries.

Reward for Chicago Cop's Killer Reaches $20,000

January 4, 2012
The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation is now offering $20,000 to anyone who helps identify those responsible for fatally shooting Officer Clifton Lewis during a convenience store robbery a week ago, according to the foundation.
<p>Photo: Digital Ally</p>

Digital Ally Offers VoiceVault Wireless Mic With DVM-500Plus System

January 4, 2012
All new orders of the DVM-500Plus in-car video system from Digital Ally will now include the VoiceVault wireless microphone at no additional cost, the company has announced.
<p>Photo: Switch Vision</p>

NTOA Endorses Switch Vision Eyewear

January 4, 2012
This eyewear utilizes the Magnetic Interchange Lens System, which utilizes magnets embedded in the lens and frame that enable users to swap lenses quickly and easily as light conditions and activities change.

Aimpoint and Telluric Group Provide Training To Law Enforcement

January 4, 2012
Aimpoint and the Telluric Group will offer a CloseCombat Optic (CCO) training course to law enforcement agencies to teach users how to maximize the effectiveness of their weapon systems when combined with Aimpoint optics.

Video: NAACP Accuses N.Y. Cop of Planting Evidence

January 4, 2012
A Utica (N.Y.) Police officer has come under scrutiny from the NAACP, after a dash-cam video snippet of a traffic stop appeared online. A local official has accused the officer of planting evidence.

Arizona Sheriff Will Run for Congress

January 4, 2012
An Arizona sheriff who has been a vocal critic of the Obama Administration's border-security policies is running for Congress.

Student Gunman Shot, Killed at Texas Middle School

January 4, 2012
Police shot and killed an eighth grade student who was brandishing a gun in the hallway of Cummings Middle School at 8 a.m. this morning. The teen engaged responding officers.

Ill. Cop Sued After Asking for Date From Speed Violator

January 3, 2012
A suburban Illinois police officer tracked down a woman he ticketed for speeding to ask her out on a date. Instead of declining the offer, the woman sued him for causing "great fear and anxiety."

Maryland Agency Offers Hiring Incentives for Certified Cops

January 3, 2012
The Hagerstown (Md.) Police Department will begin offering financial incentives to its officers and candidates who arrive with a law enforcement certification when they apply.
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