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Off-Duty Ohio Deputy Dies Suddenly, Reportedly of Natural Causes

A deputy with the Montgomery County (OH) Sheriff's Office died suddenly on Wednesday, the agency announced on its Facebook page.

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Georgia K-9 Dies After Chasing Suspect in 90-degree Weather

K-9 Eli was working with his handler in Snellville on Thursday when he began to show symptoms believed to be heat-related.

2 LAPD Officers Win $8.6 Million in Suit Over Retaliation

A jury has awarded two Los Angeles Police Department bloodhound handlers more than $4 million each for the reprisals they faced after reporting that a supervisor was sexually harassing their female colleague.

Bicycles for Crowd Control

A well-tuned, properly trained bicycle unit can effectively manage mass gatherings of people.

Video: Winnipeg Police Helicopter Crew Help Nab Suspect Trying to Hide Weapons

According to CBC News, an agency helicopter crew was above and observing when a subject reached out of an upstairs window and placed several weapons on the roof of a first-floor section of the house.

A K-9 Unit Has Benefits for Police Departments and Communities Alike

A police K-9 unit is instrumental in myriad missions, including drug enforcement, search and rescue, fugitive apprehension, and of course, public relations. So when a K-9 is injured or killed, they are treated with nearly as much reverence and respect as when a police officer suffers a similar fate.

Video: West Virginia Teen Donates Horse to Ohio Police Department's Mounted Unit

A 13-year-old donated his horse—named Sam—to the Columbus Division of Police in Ohio.

Killing Urban Shield

Last month activists and politicians in Northern California pulled the plug on America's best scenario-based SWAT training exercise.

How To Start a Tactical Medicine Program

Tactically trained on-scene medical support personnel can greatly reduce operational risks.

Florida Department Raising Funds to Add K-9 Unit

The agency says that with financial support, the agency will pay for a new K-9, its training, veterinary care, food, and other supplies needed to maintain a K-9 unit.