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Social Media Boosts Recruiting at Virginia Agency

March 23, 2011
In the past year, the Richmond (Va.) Police Department has been using Facebook posts and Twitter tweets to broaden its search for new police officers. The department also used its blog to answer questions and direct potential applicants to submit electronically.

Massachusetts Troopers Seize 4,200 Oxycontin Pills During Traffic Stop

March 23, 2011
Troopers Kevin Hebert and Kevin Kraup pulled over a 2001 Chevrolet Corvette driven by Vincent Alberico, 29. The Centreville man allegedly assaulted the officers during the arrest.

Louisiana Officer Fired for Malfeasance

March 23, 2011
A Shreveport (La.) Police officer has been fired for apparently removing a small bag of marijuana from a prisoner he was transporting.

Ohio Cop Killer Eligible for the Death Penalty

March 23, 2011
Kevin Randleman has been charged with aggravated murder, having a weapon under disability, a concealed carry violation, and two specifications — that the victim was an on-duty police officer and a gun was used in the commission of the crime.
<p><span>Senior Patrol Officer Elmer "Buddy" Christian. Photo: Athens-Clarke County (Ga.) PD.</span></p>

Reward Reaches $50,000 for Georgia Cop's Killer

March 23, 2011
Senior Police Officer Elmer "Buddy" Christian was killed, and Senior Police Officer Tony Howard was wounded. Apparently, Hood shot Howard before he could exit the patrol car, and then ran. Christian pursued Hood, who then shot him through the window of the cruiser.

DSM Dyneema Introduces Protective Clothing at UK Trade Show

March 22, 2011
At the exhibition, DSM Dyneema will feature examples from industry leading manufacturers, together with new innovations and concepts for personal protection that will demonstrate the fiber's unique high strength at low weight, according to the company.

NTOA Offers Conference Scholarships to Officers

March 22, 2011
The National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) is providing conference scholarships to deserving law enforcement officers. These scholarships are offered for NTOA's Tactical Operations Conference in Richmond, Va., from Sept. 18-23.

C4i Awarded $2.7 Million In Public Safety Contracts

March 22, 2011
C4i Inc., recently announced wins of over $2.7 million in contracts for the supply of its Public Safety application in Vietnam, California, and Illinois, USA along with additions to other pre-existing Australian contracts.

Cops Arrest Arizona Bride, Who Kicked Officer

March 22, 2011
Gilbert (Ariz.) Police officers arrested a bride at her wedding reception, after being told intoxicated guests were "killing each other" during a brawl that involved yelling and screaming that could be heard from the back yard.
<p>Senior Patrol Officer Elmer "Buddy" Christian. Photo: Athens-Clarke County (Ga.) PD.</p>

Carjacking Suspect Kills Georgia Officer, Wounds Second

March 22, 2011
Senior Police Officer Elmer "Buddy" Christian, a married father of two, was fatally shot and SPO Tony Howard was wounded in an exchange of gunfire during a vehicle stop. Police took the driver of the vehicle into custody and are actively searching for 33-year-old Jamie Hood, who has been identified as the shooter.
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