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Off-Duty Missouri Officer Accidentally Shoots Neighbor

Police in Kansas City, MO, are investigating a shooting involving an off-duty officer who told investigators he shot his neighbor with an accidental discharge.

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Former Dallas Chief Named Chicago's New Top Cop

Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Thursday that she selected Dallas' former police chief, David Brown, to be Chicago's next police superintendent.

Chicago Police Officer Dies of COVID-19

A veteran officer with the Chicago Police Department has reportedly died from Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.

Cincinnati Officer Tests Positive for COVID-19

An officer with the Cincinnati Police Department has tested positive for the Coronavirus—the third officer with the agency to be diagnosed with COVID-19.

3 Finalists for Chicago Police Chief Position Identified

The names on the board’s list given to Mayor Lori Lightfoot for consideration are Ernest Cato, a CPD deputy chief; Kristen Ziman, chief of police in Aurora, IL; and David Brown, former Dallas police chief.

Wisconsin Officer Stabbed in Station Parking Lot

An Appleton, WI, police officer was stabbed and another was cut early Tuesday in what the Appleton Police Department is calling an ambush attack in the station's parking lot.

How COVID-19 Hit the Detroit Police Department

That Friday morning, the department's 9th Precinct hosted Police and Pancakes, a community event that drew about 100 people — police officers, high school students and community leaders.

Michigan Sheriff's Commander Dies of Coronavirus

Cmdr. Donafay Collins died after being hospitalized for nearly two weeks, Sheriff Benny Napoleon said Wednesday evening. Collins had underlying medical conditions.

Detroit Captain Dies from Coronavirus

Capt. Jonathan Parnell, who went by the nickname “Recon,” headed homicide based out of headquarters. Over his 31-year career, he worked in homicide, sex crimes, child abuse and narcotics.

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Chicago Coronavirus Testing for First Responders Reaches Daily Limit in 4 Hours

Starting at 9 a.m. Monday, first responders were allowed to line up to get tested for the novel coronavirus. By 12:45 p.m., the site already had reached its daily limit of 250 tests, according to the Chicago Fire Department.