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Two Truths

Earlier this week, I was honored to be among a small handful of people to be selected to be one of the speakers at the Emerson Hour at ILEETA 2021.

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Texas Officer Shot and Wounded in the Line of Duty to Be Honored

An officer with the Denton (TX) Police Department who was critically wounded in a shooting last year will be welcomed home from an out-of-state rehab facility by friends, family, fellow officers, and members of the public at a ceremony on Monday afternoon.

Colorado Department Announces First-Ever Female Motor Officer

Officer Kelly Amling recently became the first female officer with the Loveland (CO) Police Department to become a motorcycle officer upon completion of her training.

Phoenix Officer Shoots, Wounds, Knife-Wielding Man

An officer with the Phoenix Police Department shot and wounded a knife-wielding man as he moved toward the officer after being told the drop the weapon, police say.

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.

4 Minnesota Officers Charged in George Floyd Death Appear in Court

All four former Minneapolis officers charged in connection with the death of George Floyd in May appeared in the Hennepin County Courthouse as a judge ruled on whether or not the men would be tried as a group or have separate proceedings.

South Carolina Chief Stabbed in Face While Answering Door

A knock at the door of the chief of police for the Bonneau (SC) Police Department on Monday led to an assault that left the law enforcement leader with a deep stab to the face.

New Jersey Officer Found Dead in His Car

An officer with the Atlantic City Police Department was found dead in his car over the weekend in Galloway Township.

NYPD Changing Shift Schedule to Deal With Violence, Protests, COVID-19

Police Commissioner Dermot Shea ordered two-thirds of all cops under the rank of captain who have off both Saturdays and Sundays to switch their shifts.

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Video: California Officer Saves Man in Wheelchair Stuck on Train Tracks

An officer with the Lodi (CA) Police Department is being hailed as a hero after she rescued a man in a wheelchair stuck on train tracks just seconds before a freight train passed.