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Tiny Super Police Supporter Joins Phoenix PD Motorcade

The Phoenix Police Department took to Facebook to share a photo of one of its young supporters who wanted to join the motorcade for Vice President Mike Pence.

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New York to get $26M to Pay for Securing Trump Tower

New York state is getting nearly $26 million in federal funds to reimburse law enforcement agencies for costs associated with guarding President Donald Trump, his family, and their Manhattan residence.

Motors on a Mission

The motor unit within the Special Events branch of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department doesn't often spend its time handing out traffic citations. The officers are too busy with other duties specific to the nation's capital.

Lenco Armored Vehicles Debuts BearCat Tactical SUV

Lenco Industries' new Tactical SUV is another variant of the popular BearCat APC employed by military and law enforcement agencies worldwide. Without sacrifice to tactical functionality, Lenco has designed the BearCat SUV to meet the need within law enforcement for a more inconspicuous armored vehicle in VIP and diplomatic protection.

Video: Gang Offered to Protect LAPD Capt. From Dorner

The Bounty Hunter Bloods, a larger Watts gang that covers the Nickerson Gardens housing project, made the offer after the threat to the captain was made public.

Gang Offered to Protect LAPD Capt. from Dorner

A Watts Blood gang offered to protect a Los Angeles Police captain who found himeself at the top of Chris Dorner's hit list, reports CBS News. Read the full story here.

Cleveland Cop On Obama Detail Dies

A Cleveland Police officer assigned to President Barack Obama's protection detail suffered a medical emergency on duty and later died, the agency told POLICE Magazine.

Oakland Police Radios Failed During Obama Visit

This city's year-old $18 million police radio system failed repeatedly during President Barack Obama's visit to Oakland on Monday and during protests surrounding it.

D.C. Cop Accused of Threatening Michelle Obama

A 17-year veteran of the Metropolitan (D.C.) Police Department assigned to a unit that provides a motor escort for the White House and other dignitaries has been accused of threatening Michelle Obama.

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Secret Service Agents Can't Be Sued, Court Rules

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled against an anti-war protester who attempted to sue the Secret Service for what he said was a retaliatory arrest.

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