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Mexico City Police and Cape Announce Drone Integration Program to Improve Public Safety

As part of the program, drones equipped with the Cape Aerial Telepresence platform will be integrated into daily operations to improve aerial intelligence, including supporting security efforts at large public events like rallies, stadium productions, concerts, and other special events

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Picture This: World Traveler Honoring Police in Compelling Photo Collection

More than two years ago, Matt and Nikki Javit took a break from their careers to travel the world and along the way in their journey they captured the pride and honor of police officers in dozens of countries.

Naked Fugitive Arrested by Naked Officer in Sweden

A police officer in Rinkeby, Sweden was relaxing in a sauna when he recognized that the man sitting across from him in the steam was a fugitive who was wanted for aggravated assault.

Former Canadian Officer Wins PTSD Court Battle Over Exposure to Child Porn

A former law enforcement officer who had been diagnosed with PTSD after "overwhelming" exposure to child pornography while working on child sex abuse cases has won his court battle against the federal and provincial governments.

1 Thing to be More Outraged Over than the Jussie Smollett Debacle

Am I outraged about the 16 felony charges against Jussie Smollett being summarily dropped? Sure, but I'm also utterly unsurprised. Here's something that recently happened which did surprise me, and has me pretty hot under the collar.

Report: Officer in France "Playing with Firearm" Fatally Shoots Colleague

An officer in France has died of a gunshot wound in what was described as "a tragedy due to a mistake in handling a loaded firearm."

German Police Cadet Accidentally Shoots, Kills Fellow Trainee

The police cadet whose firearm discharged may face the charge of negligent homicide.

"Pokémon Go" Player Punches Japanese Police Officer Over Interrupted Game

A 40-year-old man in Japan’s Matsuyama City was reportedly stopped for questioning by a police officer, thus interrupting his game of "Pokémon Go."

21 Killed in Colombian Police Academy Bombing

Chief Prosecutor Néstor Martínez identified the attacker as José Aldemar Rojas, an ELN operative who had previously lost an arm in an explosives accident, according to The Associated Press. He was allegedly driving a 1993 Nissan SUV loaded with 175 pounds of pentolite, a highly explosive material.

British Police Investigate Drone Incursion at Heathrow Airport

Departures were halted at Heathrow Airport just west of London on Tuesday due to a reported drone incursion into the airspace.