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Utah School Officer Beaten with Wooden Plank

“(I) tried to pull him to the ground and as I grabbed his arm the other one had the 2X2 [4-foot board] in it and that’s when I got struck in the head. It hurt and after we wrestled I could see my face was bleeding,” said Officer Clark.

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Utah Officers Shoot, Kill Gunman Who Opened Fire at Several Locations

Officers in Utah were forced to shoot and kill a gunman who reportedly opened fire at several locations in Salt Lake City on Monday.

Private University Police Department Seeks to Block Decertification Effort

Brigham Young University says it will make every effort to block an effort to decertify the institution's police force.

Governor Considers Bill that Would Subject BYU Police to Public Records Law

Legislation that would compel the Brigham Young University police to answer public records requests was passed by the Utah House of Representatives and is now under the consideration of Governor Gary Herbert.

Utah Agency Faces Decertification Amid Misconduct Allegations

The Brigham Young University Police Department is facing decertification after failing to investigate alleged misconduct by one of its officers.

3 Juveniles Crash Stolen Vehicle into Utah Police Station

A 14-year-old boy and two 13-year-old girls were arrested in Millcreek, UT after crashing the vehicle they had allegedly stolen into a police station and fleeing on foot.

New Utah Trooper Grew up in Kenya Refugee Camp

He became a U.S. Citizen in 2009. He earned a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's Degree in criminal justice. And while he says it took time to get hired, he refused to take no for an answer.

Family of Man Accused of Killing Utah Officer "Deeply Saddened"

The family of a man suspected of killing a 29-year-old officer with the Provo (UT) Police Department said in a statement that they are "deeply saddened" by the gunman's actions.

Utah Officials Say Mandatory Death Penalty for Cop Killers Unconstitutional

Following the recent murder of two law enforcement officers in separate incidents in Utah, some have called for mandatory death penalty for individuals convicted of killing a police officer. But some in the Beehive State say that such a measure would be unconstitutional.

Utah Officer Shot, Killed Attempting to Arrest Fugitive

The suspect, a 40-year-old man, was wounded in the shooting, Provo police Detective Nick Dupaix said, and is being treated at Utah Valley Hospital — the same hospital where 29-year-old Officer Joseph Shinners died from his injuries.