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<p><em><strong>Photo: Safariland.</strong></em></p>

Safariland Introduces Bianchi Foldaway Concealment Holster

April 27, 2011
The Model 101 Foldaway is constructed as a rectangular piece of full-grain leather with dual 1.5-inch belt slots, leather lining and exterior stitching detail. The user may slide the holster onto the belt loop in the desired location on the hip.

Police Captain Found Guilty of Illegal Bus Passing

April 27, 2011
A North Carolina police captain receives a 45-day suspended sentence for passing a stopped school bus in his police cruiser. The mother of a boy who was crossing the street to board the bus and witnessed the incident says she had to yell her son's name to prevent him from stepping out in front of Gentry's car.

L.A.-Area Shooting Leaves Officer, 2 Others Wounded; Suspect Dead

April 26, 2011
Monterey Park Police Department officer Gilbert Alvarez was hospitalized for treatment of a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to the head and several other injuries sustained while falling, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

LAPD Copter Shooting Results in Six Felony Charges

April 26, 2011
Prosecutors charged an 18-year-old Tuesday with half a dozen felonies, including attempted murder of a peace officer, in connection with the Easter Sunday shooting of an LAPD helicopter that pierced its fuel tank.
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Michigan State Police Say Cell Phone Data Only Extracted with Consent, Warrant

April 26, 2011
Michigan State Police use devices to extract information from people’s cell phones only with owners’ consent or with a search warrant, an official told a House committee today.

Cop Killer Mumia Abu-Jamal Gets New Sentencing Hearing

April 26, 2011
Mumia Abu-Jamal was awarded a new sentencing hearing today by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, but an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court appears likely by the district attorney.

Suspect in Colo. Mall Bomb Scare Arrested

April 26, 2011
The man suspected of placing a failed explosive device inside a Jefferson County, Colo., mall last week was arrested this morning in Boulder after someone spotted him drinking coffee at Starbucks inside a King Soopers, sources said.

Convicted Murderer Sues California for Sex Change

April 26, 2011
Stevens has been on female hormones for more than a decade - standard preparation for a sex change operation; has had a hormone-linked tumor in Stevens' brain; and is in dire need of the surgery, according to court records.

New Mexico Sheriff's Deputy Fired After Flashlight Beating Caught on Video

April 26, 2011
A San Juan County, N.M., Sheriff's deputy who was caught on camera beating a man in the head with a Maglite flashlight was fired for violating the agency's use of force policy.
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Video: Las Vegas Officer Suspended In Videotaped Incident

April 26, 2011
Las Vegas Metro Police Officer Derek Colling has been suspended with pay pending the results of an internal investigation into his use of force against a videographer.
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