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Number of Canadian Police Officers Falls to 10-Year Low

The number of police officers in Canada has fallen to a 10-year low, with 68,562 officers nationwide in 2018—463 fewer than a year earlier.

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Pink Patches: How Police Agencies Are Fighting Breast Cancer

The Pink Patch Program—a public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations—has raised more than $1M for cancer research and treatment.

Former Oklahoma Officer Delivers 2nd Amendment Testimony to Congress

Dianna Muller, a former officer with the Tulsa (OK) Police Department and founder of the Second Amendment advocacy group The DC Project, went before congress and said that what gun owners are "up against is a very well-organized, well-funded effort to take guns away from American citizens."

2 Teens Get 30 Years for Murder of Maryland Officer

Two teens who pleaded guilty in the murder of Baltimore County police Officer Amy Caprio in May 2018 were sentenced to life in prison with all but 30 years suspended.

NYPD Officer Wounded, Gunman Killed in Gunfight

A female officer with the New York Police Department was shot in the wrist during a gunfight on Staten Island on Tuesday.

Alabama Officer Honored for Saving Woman's Life from Floodwaters

An officer with the Hartselle Police Department was given the medal of valor for her actions in July that resulted in a woman's life being saved from deadly floodwaters.

Man Indicted for Assault on Female Ohio Police Officer

A 57-year-old man was indicted Monday for a violent attack on a North Royalton police officer in August.

New Jersey K-9 and Handler Become Social Media Superstars

An officer with the Ewing (NJ) Police Department and her K-9 partner are "blowing up" on social media with more than 15,000 followers. Their photos and videos on Instagram may one day even overshadow an on-duty accomplishment that could put them in law enforcement history books.

Florida Officer Sues Department for Lost Pay, Alleged Harassment

An officer with the Orlando Police Department has filed a lawsuit against the agency alleging that the department engages in a "systematic pattern of harassment" against disabled female officers placed on limited duty.

Iowa Department Welcomes First Female Officer in 40 Years

The Blue Grass Police Department welcomed its first female officer to the ranks in 40 years on Tuesday.