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MA Officer Named SRO of the Year
The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) announced that it will present its 2023 Floyd Ledbetter National School Resource Officer of the Year Award to Officer Peter Sutera of the Gloucester (MA) Police Department.
Recovery of Louisville Officer Shot During Bank Attack Impressing Doctors
Louisville police were pleased to share that Officer Wilt has shown signs of improvement since being transferred to the Frazier Rehab facility on May 10.
2 Progressive Representatives Voted Against House Resolution Honoring Fallen Officers
During a vote Monday recognizing National Police Week, Reps. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., and Cori Bush, D-Mo., uttered the only nays heard from the House floor as the chamber voted on the pro-law enforcement resolution.
Ohio Officers Praised for Rescuing Autistic Girl from Pond
The family of the 6-year-old child, who is non-verbal, reported her missing just after 4 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
Biden Awards Medals of Valor to 6 Officers, 2 Posthumously
President Biden on Wednesday awarded the Medal of Valor, the highest award the U.S. can bestow on a public safety officer, to six law enforcement officers for actions taken during 2021 and 2022, including posthumously to two fallen NYPD officers.
Farmington Sergeant Wounded in Gunfight with Active Shooter
Sgt. Rachel Discenza arrived on the scene minutes after the 18-year-old male suspect began firing at houses and vehicles in his neighborhood. She confronted the shooter and they both opened fire.
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Guest Editorial: Why Americans Should Care About National Police Week
In 1991, when we dedicated the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, there were 12,561 names inscribed on that monument. We thought it would be 100 years or more before we would ever run out of space. We were wrong.
Video: Illinois Troopers Shot at During Attempt to Help Stranded Motorists, Suspect Killed
The video shows Griffin resisted physically and one trooper used a Taser, sending Griffin to the ground. He somehow managed to get up, reached into a passenger seat and pulled out a gun.
Biden’s Police Week Message Slams Police Defunding, Touts Gun Control Measures
"Let’s be very clear. The answer is not to defund the police," Biden said. "It is to provide you with the resources and training to be the partners and protectors of the communities that are in need."
NM Active Shooter Kills 3, Injures 2 Officers
The suspect was confronted by law enforcement and shot and killed, Farmington police say. Multiple Farmington officers and New Mexico State Police troopers are on site.
CA Deputy Dies from Injuries Suffered in Patrol Vehicle Crash
Deputy Harris, who was assigned to the department's Hemet station, died Saturday after suffering catastrophic injuries in a car crash Friday while responding to a call for service, Sheriff Chad Bianco said.
Rookie GA Officer Saves Woman Threatening to Jump from Highway Bridge
"Suddenly he's faced with this life or death situation that he has to resolve," said Marietta Police Officer Chuck McPhilamy.
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