As law enforcement officers were taking the individual into custody, an unknown male began firing at the officers from a nearby closet.
A park ranger made a traffic stop at approximately 10:20 a.m. near the park’s Fall River Entrance on U.S. 34 and the driver and the ranger exchanged gunfire.
Deputy Police Chief Amelia Huffman will become the Minneapolis Police Department's interim chief, replacing Medaria Arradondo, who said Monday he was retiring after three decades of public service.
Every American should have the choice to be vaccinated or not, instead of being forced to take the jab or lose their job.
Handheld drug detection and identification tools can help officers make presumptive analysis of street drugs, including designer drugs, and alert them to hazardous materials.
If you don’t tell your stories, your detractors will, and they will tell them in such a way that they can use them against you.
Louisiana sheriff’s deputies used deadly force when an apparently mentally ill man attacked a lieutenant with his car. The district court ruled for the officers and the plaintiffs appealed.
Law enforcement agencies across America are searching for more effective ways to handle calls about individuals experiencing a mental health crisis.
Carfax for Police can provide vehicle history intelligence to help investigators close a wide variety of cases.
CentralSquare is adding new features and capabilities to its computer-aided dispatch solution to make officers safer and to speed response to 911 calls.
Providing a positive and supportive environment for your officers is a key tactic in improving recruitment and retention.
Cortez A. Rice was charged last week with tampering with a judicial officer, a felony, in connection with allegations that he went into the Loring Park condominium building where he thought Judge Regina Chu lived and made comments meant to intimidate her into allowing broadcast coverage of the trial.
"To enhance public safety and to address current crime patterns, all full-duty sworn members will have one regular day off canceled," the Chicago Police Department said in a statement Monday.
A law enforcement official familiar with the investigation said the incident started when the suspect went to the grocery store to see his girlfriend and was followed by his wife.
Officers will continue to be on scene to respond to criminal activity and safety concerns. But in cases of non-violent mental health emergencies, they will call on a mobile crisis team for support.
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