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Child Endangerment

Officer Saved Baby in 2000, Last Week He Pinned a Badge on Her

Her mother, who works in dispatch, began digging. After several calls, she was able to get in contact with Sgt. Jeff Valdivia, who still works with the Escondido Police Department.

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Michigan Deputies Rescue Baby Abandoned in Woods

Thirteen squad cars responded, including a K-9 unit, and after a 30-minute search, they found the boy, "cold and wet but breathing." It's not known how long he was in the woods.

California Officers Rescue Baby from Highway

According to the CHP, the four-month-old child was being carried by her mother as the two walked into oncoming lanes of traffic along northbound Highway 101 in Marin.

Looking Back: Child Burn Victims, Recruiting Women, and a Female Motor Officer

In past August issues, POLICE has covered how to investigate children’s burn injuries, efforts to hire female officers, and one woman’s experience as a motor officer.

Video: Arizona Police Take Custody of Unvaccinated 2-Year-Old with Fever

Arizona law allows officials to take custody of a child for his or her safety and gives police the ability to "use reasonable force to enter any building" to do so.

Iowa Man Arrested for Impersonating Officer after Following Teen Girl

The man—identified as 60-year-old Kent Arnold Smith—reportedly followed the young woman as she drove her vehicle home. Smith then reportedly pulled into the driveway behind the girl's car, telling her that he was an undercover officer.

As Halloween Approaches, Police Warn Parents about Narcotics-Tainted Candy

An Ohio boy was reportedly sickened by a trick-or-treat candy tainted with what is suspected to be methamphetamine. He has since been treated and released from the hospital—he is expected to be OK.

FBI Agents Compel Suspect to Unlock iPhone with Biometric Locking System

FBI agents recently forced a man to unlock his iPhone using the device's built-in facial biometric unlocking system—Face ID—according to Forbes.

Florida Passes Law to Help Police Investigate Online Child Predation

Under the new law, internet providers can't tell a perp they're being investigated for 90 days. If police need more time, they can have a delay extended in 90-day increments.

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Firefighter, Nurse, and Police Officer Among 24 Arrested in New Jersey Child Predator Sting

According to WPVI-TV, 24 men—including a firefighter, a nurse, and a police sergeant—have been arrested in a sting operation targeting alleged child predators in New Jersey.

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