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NY Police Department Evacuated Over Suspicious Package

“From a public safety perspective, we always assume it's a danger first. Let the public know, keep everybody safe, until we learn otherwise," says Spring Valley Police Chief Richard Olecszczuk.

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Point of Law: Using Informants to Conduct Searches

While investigating a public employee, the FBI used a disgruntled associate to search for evidence. It didn’t go well.

FBI Investigating Credible Threats Against Portland Officers

Threats against Portland Police Bureau officers come after several officer-involved shootings. PPB also says suspects have hurt and even seriously injured officers, which have sent some officers to the hospital.

Gunman Tries to Breach Cincinnati FBI Office, Dies at End of State Police Pursuit and Standoff

Before the standoff, the unidentified armed suspect tried to breach the FBI’s Visitor Screening Facility at its headquarters in Sycamore Township around 9:15 a.m., the bureau said.

Hardwire Signs FBI Rifle Plate Contract

The five-year contract is worth a maximum of $7 million and specifies the delivery of five sizes of torso plates and two sizes of side plates.

Line-of-Duty Deaths Increased in 2021, FBI Reports

Officers killed while on duty increased drastically, by nearly 40%, in 2021. According to FBI statistics, 129 law enforcement officers were killed in line-of-duty incidents in 2021. Of these, 73 officers died as a result of felonious acts and 56 officers died in accidents.

FBI Director Says Last Year Cops Murdered at Rate of One Every Five Days

An "alarming percentage" of officers were being killed in ambushes. "Wearing the badge shouldn't make you a target," Wray said.

$5,000 Reward Offered as Police Seek Stolen Boston Uniforms

The stolen police uniforms include a lightweight jacket with Boston Police stamped on the back, a short sleeve shirt similar to what Boston’s bike officers wear, uniform pants, a leather jacket and a dress coat both with Boston Police patches on the sleeve.

Op-Ed by FBI Director Christopher Wray: The Cops Who Didn’t Come Home

Especially troubling is that a record number of officers killed—nearly half—had no engagement with their assailant before the attack.

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FBI May Shut Down UOF Database Over Lack of Agency Participation

The program was required to obtain data representing 60 percent of law enforcement officers, to meet a standard of quality set by the Office of Management and Budget, or else stop the effort by the end of 2022.

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