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Details Released in Fatal Shooting of Arkansas Deputy

Ohio Department HQ Dealing with Mold Problem

Officers and police leaders with the Worthington (OH) Police Department are dealing with a mold problem discovered in vents and air ducts at the agency's headquarters building.

July 19, 2019

California Assembly Approves Use-of-Force Reform Bill

California Assembly Approves Use-of-Force Reform Bill

The California state assembly has unanimously passed a piece of proposed legislation that would change the justification for police to use deadly force from the U.S. Supreme Court's "reasonable" to "necessary."

May 30, 2019

(Video) The Dangers of Traffic Stops

(Video) The Dangers of Traffic Stops

LAPD Captain Greg Meyer (ret.) discusses some of the dangers to police officers present during traffic stops, and some of the tactics he teaches officers to help mitigate those dangers.

April 11, 2019

Police Warned of Dangers from Fires Involving Electric Vehicles

Police Warned of Dangers from Fires Involving Electric Vehicles

Safety experts say the only way to extinguish a lithium-ion battery inside a car is with thousands of gallons of water, much more than what it takes to stop a fire in a typical gasoline engine. The other option is to just let it burn itself out.

April 3, 2019

St. Paul Police Disbanding Mounted and Motor Units

Spokesperson Steve Linders said multiple reasons went into the department's decision, including the fact that the department has seen an increase in injuries to members of both units.

February 15, 2019

Massachusetts College Votes to Keep Campus Officers Disarmed
Woman Crashes Car Into California Police Department Lobby

Police Union Slams New Jersey Radio Jock for Calling Move Over Law "Silly"

A radio personality in New Jersey is not a fan of that state's 'Move Over Law' that protects first responders at roadside incidents from being struck by passing vehicles—and the union that represents rank-and-file State Police troopers is on the offensive in defense of the law.

December 7, 2018

MIPS Developing Brain Protection System for Law Enforcement Helmets
Photo: Florida Sheriff's Deputies Pause in Prayer Before Hurricane Makes Landfall

Cincinnati Chief to City Council: Hire More Officers or Fund Overtime Pay

"Operating below our authorized strength places an undue burden on our patrol forces," Isaac wrote in a memo to City Manager Patrick Duhaney on Tuesday. "...officers may be required to take on additional shifts to ensure the coverage necessary to maintain the level of service that Cincinnati residents have come to expect."

October 4, 2018

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