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Officer Sent to House Fire Finds His Home Burning, Rescues Own Family

After Louie arrived at the location, he realized the house engulfed in flames was his own. The corporal rushed into the home and successfully rescued his entire family, sustaining serious burns and smoke inhalation.

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Mark Cuban Donates to Families of Ambushed LA Deputies

Cuban said he made the donation as part of his efforts with his Fallen Patriot Fund, which was originally founded to help families of U.S. military members who were killed or seriously wounded during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Buffalo PD No Longer Requiring Names on Uniforms

Officers with the Buffalo (NY) Police Department will no longer be required to display their names on their uniforms.

Family of Fallen Massachusetts Officer Urges Support for Police

The family of Officer Sean Collier the MIT Police Department—who was killed in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings—is urging the public to support law enforcement.

Former Nebraska Officer Charged in Connection with Girlfriend's Death

A former officer with the Omaha (NE) Police Department now faces several charges in connection with the 2018 death of his then-girlfriend.

Florida Officer's Wife Dies Trapped in Back of Husband's Squad Car

The wife of an officer with the Miami Police Department perished in the back of her husband's squad car on Friday afternoon as the vehicle's temperature rose to dangerous levels and she had no way of getting out.

Daughter of Slain Texas Officer Slammed for Tweeting "Blue Lives Matter"

The daughter of a McAllen, TX, police officer who was killed Saturday when he was ambushed was attacked on Twitter for mourning her father with the hashtag "Blue Lives Matter."

Wounded NJ Detective Proposed to Girlfriend as He Left Hospital

Det. Hershey was shot in the leg during response to a call of a home invasion at a trailer park in Pittsgrove Township on April 25.

Widow of Slain Kansas Officer Speaks About Appreciation for Community's Support

The wife of a slain Overland Park, KS, police officer said that "love was evident" as they moved her husband's body in a procession that attracted countless citizens of the community holding signs and American flags along the route.

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Policing During the Plague

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced agencies to find new ways of doing the job while keeping officers and the public safe.