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Two Charged with Making False Report Against N.J. Officer

June 29, 2008
The Spotswood, N.J., Police had recently begun using the L3 Mobile-Vision in-car video and audio recording system, and a review of the incident using that device showed the complaint was false and that there was no wrongdoing on the part of the officer.

Iron Warriors Motorcycle Club Donates $20K to National Law Enforcement Museum

June 29, 2008
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has announced that the Iron Warriors Motorcycle Club (IWMC), an international club of law enforcement motorcycle enthusiasts, has generously donated $20,000 in support of the National Law Enforcement Museum. The money was raised by chapters of the IWMC across the United States and was presented to the Memorial Fund by Mike Pascoe and Ian Ale during this year's National Police Week observance in Washington, DC.

TREXPO East - Lessons Learned From Combat in Iraq and Afghanistan

June 27, 2008
On Tuesday, August 26, at TREXPO East, Q. Gillus of the Virginia Tactical Officers Association and "Chief" Steve Bronson, a specialist in waterborne tactics who is retired from the U.S. Navy, will discuss what law enforcement can learn from current and past combat situations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Female Florida CO Killed by Inmate

June 27, 2008
A female Florida corrections officer was searching alone for a missing inmate during nightly head count when she was ambushed and killed, Local 6 News has learned.

Judge Bars Lawsuit Challenging LAPD Special Order 40 Policy on Illegal Immigrants

June 27, 2008
A California judge blocked a lawsuit that sought to enlist Los Angeles police officers in weeding out illegal immigrants. Superior Court Judge Rolf M. Treu on Wednesday rejected arguments that the city's policy -- under which most suspects are not asked about their immigration status -- conflicted with federal and state law.

Chicago's Top Cop Draws Flack for Blaming Parents for Gang Shooting that Wounded Their Child

June 27, 2008
When Chicago Police Supt. Jody Weis stepped in front of reporters and news cameras and blamed the parents of 8-year-old Josue Torres for his shooting, a few jaws in the public-relations world may have dropped. The approach of blaming the parents while their child was still in intensive care with two gunshot wounds was received by some as harshly insensitive.

Chicago Mayor Slams Supreme Court's Second Amendment Ruling

June 27, 2008
Mayor Richard Daley of Chicago has called the Supreme Court's overturning of the Washington D.C. gun ban "a very frightening decision" and vowed to fight vigorously any challenges to Chicago's ban. The mayor, speaking at a Navy Pier event yesterday, said he was sure mayors nationwide, who carry the burden of keeping cities safe, will be outraged by the decision.

Savage Range Systems Choice for Firearms Industry Testing

June 27, 2008
Savage Range Systems, manufacturers of indoor and outdoor shooting ranges, bullet traps, steel targets and shoot houses, recently completed delivery of new bullet traps to firearms manufacturers worldwide.

San Diego Police Dog Found Dead in Handler's Patrol Car

June 27, 2008
Authorities are investigating the death of a San Diego police dog who was found dead in the back of his handler's patrol car Friday.

Three Children Rescued During Dallas SWAT Standoff

June 27, 2008
A SWAT team called to a standoff at a southeast Dallas home early Thursday freed three children from inside and arrested two assault suspects. Detectives arrived in the 8700 block of Slay Street in Pleasant Grove about 4:35 a.m. to serve three felony warrants at the house. They saw movement inside, but no one answered the door
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