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Calif. Sheriff Honors First Female Deputy

February 15, 2012
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department proclaimed Feb. 14 as a day honoring the county's first female sheriff's deputy. Ethel Meares was hired in 1955 and named employee of the year in 1963.

NYPD Officer Returns Fire, Killing Paroled Robber

February 15, 2012
An NYPD officer fatally shot a parolee who emptied a six-shot revolver while firing at the officer during a shootout in the New York subway system on Tuesday.

N.Y. Officer Trapped In House Fire Suffer Minor Injuries

February 15, 2012
Two Schenectady (N.Y.) Police officers suffered minor injuries today searching for residents of a house fire. The officers were treated and released.

Murder Case Against LAPD Detective Relies on Bite Mark

February 15, 2012
A forensic expert provided testimony Tuesday in the murder trial of former LAPD Detective Stephanie Lazarus about the bite mark on the victim's arm.
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Police Commission Delays LAPD's 'Illegal' Impound Policy

February 14, 2012
The Los Angeles Police Commission has tabled Chief Charlie Beck's new vehicle impound policy that has been declared illegal by the state's legal counsel and drawn the ire of the police union.

Lapel Radio Mic Saves Dallas Officer

February 14, 2012
Officer Ronald Workman still has a bullet lodged in his jaw—the same bullet that ricocheted off the microphone of his walkie-talkie radio that was clipped to his lapel.

Report: The 'Troubling Practices' of Fla. Police Speeding

February 14, 2012
The Sun Sentinel reported other "troubling practices" such as officers not being cited for speeding, off-duty speeding that goes unchallenged unless someone complains, and punishment that can be as slight as a verbal or written reminder to obey the speed limit.

Video: PoliceMag Interviews a 'Top Shot'

February 14, 2012
Eighteen competitors will vie for "Top Shot" honors starting today with the debut of Season 4 of the History Channel reality series. Police Magazine spoke with one of those shooters, Michelle Viscusi, at SHOT Show 2012.

Retired Philly Cop Wears Uniform at Occupy Protest

February 14, 2012
Retired Philadelphia Police Capt. Ray Lewis, who gained national attention with his defiant, in-uniform protest and subsequent arrest at Occupy Wall Street, made his first appearance with Occupy Philly on Monday afternoon.
<p>Photo: Paul Clinton</p>

Four NYPD Suicides In Four Weeks

February 14, 2012
A veteran New York City police officer fatally shot himself Monday, becoming the fourth NYPD officer to commit suicide in as many weeks.
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