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Savannah Renames Street to Honor City's First Black Officer

Savannah Renames Street to Honor City's First Black Officer

Lt. John White is the last living member of the Original Nine black police officers who integrated the Savannah Police Department back in 1947. The 97-year-old was the first of the group to be sworn in, also making him the first Black law enforcement officer to be sworn in in Georgia.

November 19, 2021

Kansas City Officer Convicted of Manslaughter Over OIS

A Jackson County, MO, judge has found Kansas City police detective Eric DeValkenaere guilty of involuntary manslaughter and armed criminal action in the fatal shooting of 26-year-old Cameron Lamb.

November 19, 2021

AZ Deputy Found in Patrol Car with Gunshot to Head

AZ Deputy Found in Patrol Car with Gunshot to Head

"Our communication center had an open mic. They tried reaching the deputy. He did not respond. We sent units to his location. That's where he was found," said Sheriff Chris Nanos.

November 19, 2021

Michigan Troopers Rescue Sex Trafficking Victims After Stopping Teen for Speeding
FL Deputy Shot, Patrol Vehicle Rammed

FL Deputy Shot, Patrol Vehicle Rammed

The suspect fired three rounds, with two stopped by Hearns' body armor and another striking her, Sheriff Morris Young said in a news conference Wednesday. It missed all of her major organs but remains inside her, Young said.

November 18, 2021

Biden Signs Bills Benefitting Law Enforcement, First Responders

Biden Signs Bills Benefitting Law Enforcement, First Responders

The "Protecting America’s First Responders Act of 2021," authored by Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa and co-sponsored by Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, would better ensure that law enforcement and first responders who are disabled in the line of duty have prompt access to benefits.

November 18, 2021

Atlanta Officers Pull Man Through Window of Car Engulfed in Flames
WA Trooper Tweets About Car Folded in Half in Semi Truck Wreck
CO Agency Agrees to Change Hiring, Use of Force, Training Under State Consent Decree

CO Agency Agrees to Change Hiring, Use of Force, Training Under State Consent Decree

The decree says that Aurora will have to develop new policies and training for officers surrounding stopping people, tracking and documenting use-of-force incidents and creating a culture that prioritizes de-escalation, making changes to the city’s Force Review Board, making policy changes surrounding different types of stops and crisis intervention.

November 17, 2021

MA Judge Orders Statewide Exclusion of Breathalyzer Results

In a ruling Monday, District Court Judge Robert Brennan found that concerns raised about the accuracy of the tests and their management by the Massachusetts Office of Alcohol Testing (OAT) were significant enough to pause their use in court as evidence.

November 17, 2021

Man Convicted of Stabbing Cop in 2008 Arrested in Assault on NYPD Officer, Freed Without Bail
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