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Wife of LAPD Officer Sues City After Contracting Typhus

The wife of a Los Angeles police officer is suing the city after both she and her husband contracted typhus, which she alleges resulted from his working at an unsafe building located in an area with a large homeless population.

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Maryland Teen Charged in Shooting Death of Police Officer's Son

A 17-year-old suspect has been charged with murder in the shooting death of the teenage son of an officer with the Prince George's County (MD) Police Department.

Florida Department Announces "Baby Boom" Among Officers

The Clearwater (FL) Police Department announced on social media that its extended family mushroomed last year with the arrival of 13 new babies in 2019.

Video: Texas Officer Stunned at Arrival of Deployed Army Son at Swearing-In Ceremony

A newly minted officer with the Irving (TX) Police Department was stunned during her swearing in ceremony as her son—a member of the United States Army serving overseas—appeared at the facility to pin her star on her uniform.

Comfort Zone Camp Partners With Blue H.E.L.P. to Support Grieving LE Families

Comfort Zone Camp will be partnering with Blue H.E.L.P. in June 2020 with a camp for children of law enforcement officers who died by suicide.

(Video) Mitigating Police Officer Suicide

Nick Greco, who sits on the BlueH.E.L.P. Board of Directors, discusses how agencies can prevent officer suicides and do a better job of supporting the families of officers who died by suicide.

Female Colorado Officer Welcomes 2 Daughters to Police Ranks

A 30-veteran officer with the Aurora (CO) Police Department is welcoming her two daughters to the ranks, making the department one of those in the Rocky Mountain State to have three women from the same family in law enforcement.

Texas Officers Attend Fallen Officer's Son's First Football Game

Law enforcement officers from Southern Texas—including contingents from the Mission Police Department, the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office, and the US Customs and Border Protection—were among a "sea of law enforcement" who attended the first football game to be played by the 13-year-old son of a Mission PD officer killed in the line of duty in June.

New NC Law Toughens Penalty for Assaulting LEOs

"Conner's Law" is named after State Trooper Kevin Conner, who was shot to death almost a year ago during a traffic stop in Columbus County, NC.

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NFL Team Honors Fallen Tennessee Officer

The Tennessee Titans football team honored fallen Metro Nashville Police Department Officer John Anderson by presenting his family and fellow first responders with the 12th Annual "Titan Sword of Honor."