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Video: Suspect Fatally Shot After Knife Attack on Cop

November 18, 2011
Lafayette (Ind.) Police have released dash-cam footage showing the fatal shooting of a suspect who stabbed an officer in the face with a large knife. The shooting happened Oct. 19 after a nearly four-mile chase.

Mass Arrests of Occupiers Mark 'Day of Action' In NYC, L.A.

November 18, 2011
New York and Los Angeles police officers arrested hundreds of Occupiers Thursday on the two-month anniversary of the demonstrations that had been labeled the "day of action."
<p>Photo: Vallejo PD.</p>

Calif. Cop Killed by Suspected Bank Robber

November 17, 2011
Vallejo (Calif.) Police Officer James Capoot was fatally shot Thursday while trying to apprehend a bank robbery suspect. Officer Capoot, 45, was shot after chasing a suspect into a backyard.

Justice Department Probes Miami Police Shootings

November 17, 2011
The Miami Police Department's policies, training and deployment practices will be scrutinized in a federal rights probe announced by the U.S. Justice Department today. The probe will focus on at least four of the seven fatal shootings of black men.

California City Disbands Police Department

November 17, 2011
A third city in San Mateo County, Calif., has elected to dissolve its police department and contract services to the sheriff's department. In the past year, the sheriff has contracted with San Carlos and Half Moon Bay after those cities dissolved their forces.

Calif. Gang Member Convicted for Nearly Killing Undercover Cop

November 17, 2011
A California gang member who nearly killed an undercover police officer is expected to receive at least 50 years in prison, after a jury found him guilty.

Penn. Community College Graduates Cadet Class

November 17, 2011
The Harrisburg Area Community College graduated its 100th class of police recruits of 30 men and one woman on Thursday.

Ex-Employee Opens Fire In Chicago FedEx Building

November 17, 2011
A former employee opened fire in a FedEx facility near Chicago's Midway International Airport this morning, sending workers scrambling for cover before turning the gun on himself.

Tulane Bicycle Cop Collides with Bike-Riding iPod Thief

November 17, 2011
A Tulane University Police officer was injured in a bicycle collision Wednesday morning while trying to arrest an alleged iPod thief. The officer eventually collided with the suspect.

Arbitrator Reinstates San Jose Cop Fired for Misconduct

November 17, 2011
A San Jose (Calif.) Police officer who was fired last year for mishandling sex crime cases has been reinstated with full back pay by an arbitrator, because the department failed to meet a legal deadline.
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