Minneapolis Votes to Create Non-Sworn, Unarmed Traffic Enforcement Unit

Minneapolis City Council voted unanimously on Friday for the development of a new Traffic Safety Division, which would be unarmed and separate from the Minneapolis Police Department.

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Capitol Officer Brian Sicknick Died from Strokes

The medical examiner noted Officer Sicknick was among the officers who engaged the Capitol mob and said “all that transpired played a role in his condition.”

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NYPD Officers Attacked with Bleach and Firebomb During Traffic Incident

NYPD Officers Attacked with Bleach and Firebomb During Traffic Incident

Lionel Virgile, of Bridgeport, Connecticut, faces a federal charge of arson with injury that carries a 7-to-40-year prison sentence.

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Arizona Sheriff's Deputies Threatened by Drug Cartel

Arizona Sheriff's Deputies Threatened by Drug Cartel

Sheriff Mark Dannels told the crowd of about 25 people that the Mexican cartel is extremely organized on both sides of the border and no one crosses from Mexico into this country unless they pay a member of that organization first.

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Deputy Stanley "Allen" Burdic of the Douglas County (OR) Sheriff's Office was shot and run over...

Oregon Deputy Dies from 40-Year-Old Gunshot Injuries

The suspect opened fire on Stanley "Allen" Burdic, striking him twice. Flack then stole Burdic's patrol car, running over his legs while fleeing the scene.

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Lexington, NC, officer David Parde was shot and paralyzed in 1992. He died Saturday. (Photo:...

NC Officer who was Shot and Paralyzed in 1992 Dies

David Parde and a rookie officer were dispatched to apartments on May 5, 1992, after a resident called 911 reporting that three teenagers were knocking on doors in the apartment complex pretending to be Domino's Pizza delivery employees.

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NYPD Agrees to Limit Use of LRAD Systems During Protests

“The NYPD has voluntarily agreed to ban the use of the LRAD’s alert tone going forward,” a city spokeswoman said. “The NYPD has found a path forward that satisfies both law enforcement needs and the plaintiffs’ concerns about the use of the LRAD.”

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