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Michigan Police Department Swears in Cat as Officer

Michigan Police Department Swears in Cat as Officer

"Pawfficer" Donut has been sworn in as the Troy (MI) Police Department's Police cat. Judges Kirsten Nielsen Hartig and Maureen McGinnis asked Donut to raise her right paw and officially swore her in, badge and all, at the Troy Police Department with other officers and even Chief Gary Mayer looking on. More Here.

May 14, 2018

Facebook Changes Concern Local Police and Government Agencies

Facebook Changes Concern Local Police and Government Agencies

A recent change at Facebook is having an impact on police and government agencies that's making them worried. The social media giant has changed its algorithm and residents may not be able to easily see posts from cities and counties. More Here.

January 30, 2018

'The Rock' Sends Words of Encouragement to CO Deputy Wounded in Shooting
Miami Police Produce Creative Facebook Promo in Pursuit of K-9 Grant
St. Louis Officer Accused of Posting Meme Calling BLM 'Domestic Terrorists'
Nationwide Manhunt Under Way for Suspect in Facebook Homicide
Authorities Say No Link in Rash of Post-Christmas Mall Incidents

Authorities Say No Link in Rash of Post-Christmas Mall Incidents

Police in Aurora, Colorado, which saw one of the largest disturbances in the country involving an "unruly crowd" of around 500 people, on Tuesday appealed to the public for help tracking down videos that might show some of those involved.

December 28, 2016

Gun-Wielding Mannequin Challenge Video Leads to Arrests in Alabama

Gun-Wielding Mannequin Challenge Video Leads to Arrests in Alabama

The Madison County Sheriff’s office wondered if those 19 guns were accompanied by the proper licenses and permits. Given that the house was caught on film, police investigated further and eventually got a search warrant for the property on Powell Drive in Huntsville. More Here.

December 7, 2016

FL Sheriff's Office Posts Photo of Arrested Man Crying, Responds to Critics
PA Officer Fired Over Apparent Racist Social Media Post
Austin Police Detective Suspended Over Facebook Comments

Austin Police Detective Suspended Over Facebook Comments

The Austin (TX) Police Department says Detective Jason Chiappardi posted inappropriate comments on his alias Facebook page about the shooting of naked unarmed teen David Joseph. The department gave him a three-day suspension without pay. More Here.

August 24, 2016

Video Refutes Claims That St. Louis Police Held Children at Gunpoint
2 Ohio Men Arrested After Threatening to Commit Random Shootings in Streaming Video
Buffalo Officer Suspended Without Pay Over Vine Videos
Florida Trooper's Wife's Facebook Video, "Cops Have Families, Too," Goes Viral
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