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Florida Officer Responding to Man-with-a-Gun Call Injured in Vehicle Collision

Boynton Beach (FL) Police Department said on Twitter that the officer—who has not yet been identified—reportedly suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

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AWD Patrol Vehicles Gain Traction

Traditionally, police vehicles have arrived for duty with rear-wheel or front-wheel drive. Starting with the 2015 model year, Chrysler, Ford, and General Motors will offer at least one police vehicle in an all-wheel or four-wheel-drive configuration.

Okla. Deputy Killed After High-Speed Blowout

An Okfuskee County (Okla.) Sheriff's deputy died Wednesday in a rollover crash while responding to assist a state trooper attempting to arrest a drunk driver.

La. Deputy Killed In Head-On Crash

St. Charles Parish (La.) Sheriff's Deputy Jeff Watson lost his life Sunday evening in a multiple-vehicle crash while he responded to a call for assistance, the agency announced.

Ga. Officer Killed In Code 3 Crash

Veteran Columbus (Ga.) Police Cpl. Thomas Keith Slay was killed and a Russell County Sheriff's deputy was seriously injured in a crash while responding to a an officer-assistance call with lights and sirens.

Ariz. Deputy Recovering After Triple Rollover

An Arizona deputy sheriff is recovering, after rolling over his Chevrolet Tahoe police vehicle while responding to a call of a gas leak at a family's home. Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Deputy Jorge Ainza became trapped inside his vehicle early Saturday.

Code Three Syndrome

Code three is lights and siren, and man is it fun. You are lord of the road, racing here and there to accidents, crimes in progress, officer needs assistance, and whatever crisis needs a uniformed hero ASAP.

Bridgestone Introduces New Sizes for Firestone Pursuit Tires

Bridgestone Americas announced new fitments for the Firestone Firehawk GT Pursuit all-season tire and the Firestone Firehawk PVS winter tire.

Cockpit Distractions In Your Patrol Car

Operating a police vehicle is serious business and at no time should it be made secondary. So wheeling down the road while screwing around with the MDT and chatting on the cell phone is dangerous.

Police Applicant Involved In N.J. Cop's Fatal Crash

The driver of the vehicle that slammed into Millville (N.J.) Police Officer Christopher Reeves' cruiser and killing the officer had applied to the department to become an officer.