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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.
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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.

Conn. Troopers Get Pink Slips

August 24, 2011
The Connecticut State Police will lay off 56 state troopers, marking the first time in 20 years that state patrol officers will be laid off. The rookie troopers are being laid off in a cost-cutting move, said Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.

Calif. Cop Shot In Head Sitting Up, Talking

August 23, 2011
The condition of the El Cajon (Calif.) Police officer who was shot in the head by a deranged man is improving, as the officer has been sitting up and talking while recovering at Sharp Memorial Hospital.

Tenn. Constable Succumbs to Wounds From Crash

August 23, 2011
Constable Ross Potter of Carter County's Sixth District was traveling on Highway 91 on Aug. 4 when his department vehicle left the roadway near Blue Springs Road and struck a utility pole.

Second Body Found In Burned El Cajon, Calif. Home

August 23, 2011
El Cajon (Calif.) Police SWAT officers found a second body Monday in the burned-out home that became the scene of a dramatic officer rescue that was captured by a local news cameraman.

Wounded S.D. Officer Returns to Duty

August 23, 2011
Officer Tim Doyle was seriously wounded in the Aug. 2 gun battle that claimed the lives of officers J. Ryan McCandless and Nick Armstrong. Officer Doyle was shot in the temple; the bullet was sent along his jaw line and lodged in his chest, where it remains.

Thieves Steal New Graffiti-Resistant Murals In Hollywood

August 23, 2011
Thieves made off with two new graffiti-resistant murals just before they were scheduled to be unveiled along Hollywood (101) Freeway bridges. The railing above the mural was used so the thieves could roll them up and walk off with them, police believe.
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