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Texas Bicycle Shop Cancels Massive Contract with Police Department

Texas Bicycle Shop Cancels Massive Contract with Police Department

During protests over the in-custody death of George Floyd in May, officers in Austin (TX) have used bicycles to block people in the crowd from getting onto roadways, and now the bike shop that had the contract to supply and service those bicycles has cancelled its contract with the department.

August 7, 2020

Off-Duty Houston Sergeant Kills Robbery Suspect on Bus
Deputy, Once Paralyzed by Rare Disease, Returns to Duty

Deputy, Once Paralyzed by Rare Disease, Returns to Duty

Deputy Kristan Beltran of the Gregg County (TX) Sheriff's Office became very ill with a form of flu, which led to a rare complication that causes partial paralysis. She was hospitalized and told she might not have use of her legs for up to two years.

August 3, 2020

Texas Officer Surprised by Wife Returning from Deployment Overseas
Austin Police Union Advises Officers to Stop Active Enforcement

Austin Police Union Advises Officers to Stop Active Enforcement

“They don't want an active police department. They don't want us enforcing traffic laws. They don't want us arresting people that don't want us or messing with homeless folks. They're very clear and we're going to take their lead. The productivity in the city's going to die,” Casaday said.

July 22, 2020

Daughter of Slain Texas Officer Slammed for Tweeting "Blue Lives Matter"
Texas Officer Rescues 8-Year-Old Boy from Burning Home

Texas Officer Struck and Dragged by Suspect Vehicle

An officer with the Garland (TX) Police Department was struck and dragged by a vehicle after being called to a retail store that reported a man brandishing firearms and threatening shoppers present.

June 30, 2020

NFL Quarterback Invites Off-Duty Officer to Dinner to Discuss Policing

NFL Quarterback Invites Off-Duty Officer to Dinner to Discuss Policing

Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Dak Prescott—who last week signed a "franchise tag" contract with the team worth $31.4 million—made good on a pledge he made several weeks ago to donate at least $1 million to help improve police training in the Dallas metropolitan area.

June 30, 2020