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MO Cop Bit by Suspect Flies with USAF Thunderbirds

The Kansas City, MO, police sergeant that apprehended a woman accused in a stabbing and fatal shooting in 2021 was honored as a hometown hero by the United States Air Force Thunderbirds and flew with the demonstration squadron.

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MO Officer Charged with Manslaughter Over Death of Fellow Officer in 2020 Chase

Officer Brian Rayford was charged with involuntary manslaughter in the Dec. 5, 2020, death of 54-year-old Moline Acres Police Sgt. Herschel Turner Jr.

MO Law Mandates Increased Police Funding by Kansas City, Mayor Sues in Opposition

The bill was brought on after Kansas City tried to move $43 million into a community services fund where the police department would have to ask the city to use it for their initiatives in 2021.

Tactical Longevity: Taking Proactive Approach to Officer Mental Wellness

“A resilient officer is someone who can bounce back from a really difficult experience, someone who can both not only mentally but also physically bounce back. We've spent energy and effort on physical resiliency, but we really do need to spend effort on emotional and mental resiliency,” Prohaska says.

MO Officers Will Own New Rifles Through Purchase Plan

“This allows the officers to spruce it up as they'd like and make it their weapon and they'll take good care of it and we expect their range scores to go up and the guns to function properly,” Schmitt explains.

MO Officer Shot and Killed During Traffic Stop

Officer Daniel Vasquez’s death was announced by the North Kansas City Police Chief around 2:30 p.m.

Kansas City Chief Disbands Cold Case Squad Because of Staffing Issues

“We used to have a missing person cold case squad, and just two weeks I disbanded that to put them back into regular homicide and regular assault squad because we don’t have enough regular detectives,” Chief Rick Smith said.

St. Louis Prosecutor Declines to Charge Man Accused of Attempting to Carjack Officers

About 3 a.m. Saturday, the two officers were driving to a report of gunfire. The officers said a man stepped in front of their car, then walked to the passenger side and pointed a gun at the officers.

MO Officer Wounded in Attack that Killed 2 Colleagues Leaves Hospital

Officer Rick Hirshey received a standing ovation from hospital staff and members as he was wheeled through the hospital lobby. After he reached the door, he walked to his vehicle with the help of family members.

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Missouri Officer Killed in Motel Shooting

Missouri State Highway Patrol said two Bonne Terre police officers responded at the Motel 6 on Highway K just before 12:30 Thursday morning for a report of a disturbance. As they approached the hotel room a man came out and started firing at the officers.

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