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Houston Officer May Have Died Cleaning Gun

November 21, 2007
Authorities believe that a Houston police officer found dead in his home earlier this week may have been the victim of an accidental discharge. The officer was discovered by his family.

Supreme Court to Consider D.C. Gun Ban Case

November 21, 2007
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments on whether the District of Columbia's ban on handgun ownership violates the Constitution.

N.J. SWAT Team Disbanded After Taking Photos with Hooters Waitresses

November 21, 2007
The commander of the Hoboken, N.J., SWAT team has been disciplined and his team dissolved after city officials discovered photos of the team taken at an Alabama Hooters restaurant last year.

N.C. Legislators Propose Scholarship Aid for Police Survivors

November 21, 2007
Four North Carolina state legislators have agreed to sponsor legislation to provide full scholarships to the children of law enforcement officers, firefighters, and EMS workers killed in the line of duty.

Officers Disciplined for Failing to Find Gun on Prisoner

November 21, 2007
Four Woonsocket, R.I., police officers have been punished for failing to find a loaded handgun on a prisoner before taking her to jail.

LAPD Scraps Muslim Mapping Plan

November 15, 2007
Los Angeles police will not create a computer database of the city's Muslim population in an effort to better understand them, as previously planned.

Jury Finds Man Guilty of Murdering Texas Officer

November 15, 2007
A jury has found a man guilty of capital murder for fatally shooting Fort Worth Officer Henry "Hank" Nava in the head in 2005.

Former Chief Ramsey New Philadelphia Police Commissioner

November 15, 2007
Charles H. Ramsey, who served as police chief of the Washington, D.C., Police Department, has been named commissioner of the Philadelphia Police Department.

Gator Kills Attempted Auto Theft Suspect

November 15, 2007
A man who jumped into a lake apparently to flee police was killed by a nine-foot-long alligator.

TREXPO West Endorsed by Asian Gang Investigators Association of California

November 15, 2007
The Asian Gang Investigators Association of California has announced its endorsement of TREXPO West. The conference and expo will take place Feb. 19-21 in Long Beach, Calif.
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