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Officer Heroism

FL Deputy Rescues Toddler from House Fire

K-9 Deputy First Class Marcus Dawson responded to the home in the west section of Palm Coast after a neighbor reported that a fire appeared to have broken out in the kitchen.

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Birmingham Officers Hailed as Heroes for Saving Drowning Woman

"Birmingham Officers Evans and Burnett pulled up at 15th Ave North and 28th Street in Norwood last night to discover a vehicle completely submerged in floodwaters. They dove in to see if someone was in the vehicle," the Birmingham Police Department said.

FL Trooper Rams Suspect's Vehicle to Save Deputy Deploying Spikes

The deputy was putting down spike strips at a highway exit to catch a driver during a police chase, according to FHP. The driver lost control, careening into the grassy median between the ramps.

Michigan Trooper Rescues Hospice Patient from Burning House

Trooper Jacob Strong was just getting ready to end his shift Wednesday night around midnite when he heard the fire call for a home in Caledonia Township.

Remembering September 10th: A Day All But Lost to History

Remembering 9/10 is to be reminded that we simply cannot know what tomorrow may bring, or what may follow thereafter.

Officer's Widow Meets Woman He Saved on 9/11

For two decades, Jaime Amoroso waited to hear from the mystery woman. She often wondered if the woman made it out alive because no one had been able to identify her from the photo.

Earth, Wind, and Fire: Public and Police Response to Natural Disasters

The love and grace and kindness and compassion shown by police and citizens in the wake of natural disasters is a heartwarming reminder that the best in people is frequently found in the worst of times.

NYPD Officer, Good Samaritan Pull Man Off Subway Track Seconds Before Train Arrives

“It (the train) was literally one minute away,” NYPD Officer Ludin Lopez said. “I just saw somebody who needed my help and I reacted. I wasn’t even thinking.”

GA Deputies Rescue Dogs from Trailer Fire

The dogs had to be freed from a chain and a cage where they were in danger of being killed by the heat.

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Editorial: Don’t Relax Standards

The officer shortage has reached critical levels, but law enforcement agencies still need to make sure they hire the right people.

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