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Texas Officer Turning in Her Badge Over Anti-Police Sentiment

Kat Ratcliff knew she wanted to be a police officer from a very early age, but following the protests and anti-police sentiment in the wake of the killing of George Floyd, she determined that the best course of action for her and her family was to put that lifelong desire to be in the ranks of law enforcement to the side.

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Small Tennessee Town Welcomes First Female Officer

Kaylee Smith is the newest officer with the Dunlap (TN) Police Department and may be the first female officer to work for the agency, according to a post on Facebook.

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.

Female California Deputy Jailed for Alleged Sex Act with Teenage Boy

A female deputy formerly with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office has been sentenced to six months in jail after being found guilty of having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a teenage boy.

Community Comes Together to Support Officer Battling Life-Threatening Illness

Officer Brenda Krunemaker would like to return to work if she is medically cleared to do so, but for now, she is "taking life one day at a time."

Missouri Officer Shot During Traffic Stop Expected to Recover

An Officer with the St. Louis Police Department who was shot during a traffic stop over the weekend is now listed in stable condition and is expected to fully recover from his wounds.

Encounter with 2-Year-Old Leads Officers to Help Mother of 6 Kids

Officers Reneeshia McIntyre and Delia Pesina were answering a call at an apartment complex when a friendly two-year-old child got their attention.

Texas Officer Struck by Car in 2019 Returns to Work on Her Birthday

Officer Claudia Cormier, who lost her leg after being hit by a suspected drunk driver last year, celebrated a special birthday by returning to the office for her first day of work Monday.

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.

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Washington Teens Come to the Rescue of Deputy in Jeopardy

King County Sheriff Mitzi Johanknecht and Auburn Police Chief Daniel O'Neil awarded five teenagers the Medal of Heroism—the highest honor a civilian can receive from the Sheriff's Office—for their act of valor when a deputy with the King County Sheriff's Office got into a violent confrontation with a suspected drunk driver.