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  • Top Colo. Cop Says City Learned From Hooters Probe

    When it comes to investigating liquor code violations or just conducting a routine check of establishments that sell booze, Metro Vice, Narcotics and Intelligence is right in line with what about three dozen other law enforcement agencies do, according to...

    News • January 31st, 2012

  • 14 Indicted in Child Prostitution Ring in Colo.

    A 70-count indictment names 14 individuals suspected of running and patronizing a human-trafficking ring that used children for sex at locations ranging from Denver to Grand Junction.

    News • January 31st, 2012

  • Calif. Officer Injured, Cruiser Totaled in Chase

    A Buena Park man was arrested Saturday night after a high-speed car chase that totaled a police cruiser, caused minor injuries to a police officer and damaged a parked ca

    News • January 31st, 2012

  • UK Police Crime Map to Zero In on Public Places

    A crime-mapping website for England and Wales that lets users track what crimes have been committed on a street-by-street basis will now cover places like clubs and rail stations where large groups of people gather.

    News • January 30th, 2012

  • Second Man Dies After Four Shot in Indiana

    A second person has died after a gunman terrorized Kokomo, targeting four random victims over two days, police said.

    News • January 30th, 2012

  • Two Killed During Police Pursuit in Washington, D.C.

    A minivan struck a tree, and tumbled onto a police cruiser before sliding off.

    News • January 29th, 2012

  • S.C. Officer Dies Following Shooting

    Aiken, S.C. Master Cpl. Sandy Rogers died following a shooting that occurred Saturday morning during her response to a suspicious vehicle.

    News • January 28th, 2012

  • Off-Duty Denver Officer Shields Store Workers

    Denver police say an off-duty officer confronted two masked robbers, while shielding employees with her body during a stickup at a Walgreens on Thursday afternoon.

    News • January 28th, 2012

  • Ex-Maryland Corrections Officer Indicted in Death

    A former Maryland corrections officer has been indicted in connection with the death of an inmate accused of killing a Prince George's County police officer.

    News • January 27th, 2012

  • Super-Sized Scanners to be Used at Super Bowl

    Homeland Security officials brought larger-than-life X-ray machines into Indianapolis to help scan the countless semi-trucks that will make deliveries to Lucas Oil Stadium.

    News • January 26th, 2012

  • Atlanta Police Officer Struck, Killed

    Officer Gail Thomas -- a 15-year veteran of the force -- was assisting at the scene of an earlier crash and had just exited her cruiser when she was hit by an alleged drunk driver.

    News • January 25th, 2012

  • Ky. Deputy Killed in Three-Vehicle Crash

    Troopers say the collision occurred Monday after a driver of an SUV apparently lost control and crossed the center line before striking the Pike County Deputy James I. Thacker's cruiser.

    News • January 24th, 2012

  • Review Board: Calif. Deputy's Shooting Not Within Policy

    The Kern County Sheriff's Department shooting review board said that Deputy Chris Strunc was not within policy when he discharged his firearm Jan. 3.

    News • January 24th, 2012

  • Fiancee of NYPD Cop Who Killed Self Talks

    Officer Terrence Dean pointed his service gun at his head and fired while at the scene of a car burglary Thursday in front of his partner and the car's owner.

    News • January 24th, 2012

  • Colo. Officer Suffers Possible Broken Neck in Wreck

    A Morrison police officer was seriously injured when he crashed on Highway 285 near Morrison Monday night.

    News • January 24th, 2012

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