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NYPD Officer Shot and Wounded in Bronx

NYPD Officer Shot and Wounded in Bronx

Officer Daniel Vargas was shot in the back after members of the Gun Violence Suppression Division saw the man on Lafayette Avenue near White Plains Road just before 10:30 p.m.

January 27, 2021

Houston Officer Charged with Murder Over Deadly Drug Raid

Prosecutors allege their investigation discovered that the indicted officers were part of a unit that falsified documentation about drug payments to confidential informants, routinely used false information to get search warrants, and lied in police reports.

January 26, 2021

NYPD Harbor Unit Rescues Drowning Dog from Bay

NYPD Harbor Unit Rescues Drowning Dog from Bay

The officers were patrolling the bay when they spotted the dog. They quickly pulled him from the freezing water, wrapped him in a blanket and brought him to a local veterinarian.

January 21, 2021

NJ's Attorney General Considering Ban on Using K-9s During Arrests
2 Retiring Nebraska K-9s Sent Home to Handlers
Trump Pardons Former Officer Who Served 10 Years Over K-9 Bite

CA Police Dog Bitten by DUI Suspect

The suspect who was driving on a suspended license, was under the influence of alcohol and had methamphetamine in the vehicle, according to authorities.

December 22, 2020

Protesters Angered Over COVID Lockdown Clash with Police at OR State Capitol

CT Officer Shot in Chest, Saved by Body Armor

Waterbury officers were taking a suspect in a stolen vehicle investigation into custody when they noticed two SUVs revving their engines and driving at a high speed towards the officers, police said. The SUVs, which later turned out to be stolen, crashed into several police cars.

December 9, 2020

Phoenix K-9 Shot, Credited with Protecting Officers in Deadly Confrontation with Homicide Suspect
Murder Suspect Who Opened Fire on Detroit Station, Killed in SRT Gunfight

Minneapolis Restricts No-Knock Warrants

Starting Monday, officers must identify themselves as “police” and announce their purpose as “search warrant” before entering any domicile — regardless of whether a judge signed off on an “unannounced” or “no-knock” entry.

November 27, 2020