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AL Chief Thanks Illinois Governor for Signing Police Reform Bill, Sending Good Officers South

“We’ve got a lot of applicants in the lead up to this and now post bill signing from good, sharp, well-educated people of character who are currently serving as police officers in Illinois.”

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Alabama Officer Shot, Saved by Body Armor

The suspect is wanted in Mississippi on an assault with a deadly weapon charge. Officers said the man was found to have been hit during the exchange of fire with officers and he has a non-life threatening injury.

Charity Pays off Mortgage for Slain AL Officer's Family

The Tunnel to Towers Foundation is a national group that pays off the homes of officers who are killed on the job and leave children behind. The foundation plans to pay off 36 homes this holiday season.

Alabama Officer Shot Multiple Times Friday, Released from Hospital

Pine Hill Police Chief Nikisha Gailes said Pugh was shot three times, once in the left hand and twice in his right leg.

Woman Slips Handcuffs, Tries to Shoot Alabama Deputy

The deputy had restrained both subjects with handcuffs behind their back. However, the woman was able to slip off one of the cuffs.

Alabama Officer Honored for Life-Saving Actions in 3 Straight Years

Officer Michael Prather of the the Helena (AL) Police Department is being praised for conducting life-saving CPR on individuals in medical distress for three consecutive years.

Alabama Officer Lauded for Saving the Life of a Man Having Seizure

Officer Patrick Niles—who is also a certified EMT—provided life-saving care as other first responders arrived at the scene.

Woman Donates Kidney to Officer Who Arrested Her Nearly a Decade Ago

A woman who was arrested by an officer with the Phil Campbell Police Department has saved his life by donating a kidney to him after she recovered from drug addiction and a life of crime.

Alabama Police Chief: "We Prevented a Mass Shooting"

The chief of police for the Spanish Fort (AL) Police Department told reporters that his officers were able to take into custody a man who had allegedly been planning a mass shooting and had opened fire inside a Bass Pro Shops retail store.

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Alabama Deputy Needs Transplant After Being Gored by Bull

A deputy with the with the Morgan County (AL) Sheriff's Office Alabama lost his small intestine and large portions of his large intestine after he was gored by his two-year old bull over the weekend.