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Detroit Cop Faked Court Dates for Pay

October 20, 2011
The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office has charged Detroit Police Officer Frank Senter for collecting reimbursements for days of court when he didn't appear.

N.Y. Cop Killer Charged with Possessing 'Escape Paraphernalia'

October 20, 2011
Ralph "Bucky" Phillips, who shot one New York State Police trooper to death and wounded two others five years ago during the largest manhunt in state history, has been accused of stuffing a sweat shirt with other clothes, to make it look like a dummy.

Video: Wash. Jury Rules Trooper's 1998 Death a Homicide

October 20, 2011
The death of Trooper Ronda Reynolds was initially ruled a suicide by the coroner. Her mother who had pushed to clear her daughter's name said the ruling was justice.

L.A. Jail Visitor Claims He Was Roughed Up

October 20, 2011
The FBI probe into the Los Angeles County jails has expanded to include allegations of a man who says he was beaten and pepper sprayed by deputies while handcuffed during a visit to see his incarcerated brother.

SRO's Body Armor Stops Student's Knife Attack

October 20, 2011
A North Carolina school resource officer's body armor absorbed the blade of an 8-inch knife a student stuck into the officer's back.

Phoenix Cop's 2010 Death Remains a Mystery

October 20, 2011
A death of a Phoenix Police officer who was found fatally shot near the State Capitol in October has been classified as "death unknown," and investigators say evidence suggests it could have been a homicide or suicide.
<p>Photo: LDV</p>

IACP 2011: LDV Pulls Back the Curtain on Mobile Command Centers

October 19, 2011
LDV's new S-Series mobile command center (MCC) will be on display at booth 1381, and will feature sections left in the early stages of construction so visitors can see exposed walls, metal fabrication and wiring.
<p>Photo: Smith &amp; Wesson</p>

Smith & Wesson Provides Firearms To Texas Officers

October 19, 2011
Smith & Wesson will supply firearms from its Military & Police (M&P) series to two Texas law enforcement entities, including the Austin Police Department and the San Antonio Police Officers Association, under new contracts.

Go Rhino Introduces Road Defender 5000 Bumper for Chevy Caprice

October 19, 2011
Go Rhino has introduced the Road Defender 5000 Series grille guard for the 2011 Chevy Caprice. The fully welded one-piece construction provides optimal strength and protection to the vehicles bumper and grille.
<p>Photo: Gamber-Johnson</p>

Gamber-Johnson Introduces Chevrolet Caprice Console

October 19, 2011
Gamber-Johnson has introduced a low-profile console, passenger-side vehicle base and trunk shelf designed for the 2011-12 Chevrolet Caprice PPV. The console box is low profile, requires no drilling, and is vehicle specific.
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