Florida Officer Dies After Apparent Medical Event in Patrol Car

Officer Ken Foley, 57, was found unresponsive in his patrol vehicle after dispatch was unable to contact him via radio.

Critically Wounded Colorado Officer Was Ambushed

A 19-year-old man confessed Tuesday to shooting and critically wounding Fort Lupton, CO, Sgt. Christopher Pelton in an impromptu ambush.

Florida Department Must Clean Up Chemicals from Future Site of Headquarters

The Fort Myers (FL) Police Department must complete a few unanticipated steps before construction can begin on its new headquarters

CentralSquare Introduces Audit Proof

The Linn County (OR) Sheriff’s Office has implemented CentralSquare Audit Proof, a cloud-hosted solution designed to help law enforcement agencies

LAPD Needs More Money to Protect Officers from Communicable Diseases

In 2018 and 2019 a number of LAPD officers and city workers reported they’d been exposed to infectious diseases, including

Wounded Wisconsin SRO Shoots Student After “Edged Weapon” Attack

A 16-year-old Oshkosh (WI) West High School student stabbed a school resource officer before the officer opened fire on the

Mayor Fires Chicago Police Superintendent Weeks Before Retirement

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot fired police Superintendent Eddie Johnson effective immediately Monday for reportedly intentionally misleading her and the public

3 Michigan Officers Shot, Wounded by Intruder During Hostage Rescue

Despite the suspect firing multiple rounds at the officers, law enforcement did not fire back out of concern a bullet

Wisconsin SRO Shoots Armed Student, Stops Threat

The suspect “would not remove his hands” from his pocket and ignored officers’ commands, according to the police chief. Eventually,

Best Practices for Setting Up and Implementing a First Responder Network

The key to providing the best protection to the public is by implementing the proper equipment. With first-responder networks, agencies

Volunteer Radio Operators Help Washington Police at Lighting Ceremony

Officers with the Blaine (WA) Police Department will have special assistance from a group of trained and FCC-licensed radio operators

North Carolina Department Posts “Advice” for Criminals on Facebook

The Kitty Hawk Police Department posted an image of the front pocket of a pair of denim jeans on its

California Sheriff’s Office Releases Thanksgiving Video Staring K-9s

A video by the Placer County (CA) Sheriff’s Office of several of its K-9s dressed in human clothing—with the animals’

Philadelphia Police Distribute Food in “Operation Thanksgiving”

Officers with the Philadelphia Police Department have resumed the annual tradition of delivering Thanksgiving meals to families in need in

Former Parent Company of Revision Military Announces Name Change to Galvion

Following the recent announcement of the sale of its protective eyewear business to ASGARD Partners & Co., the remaining Armor,

Texas Officer, 2 Others Wounded in Ambush at Disturbance Call

Officers responding to a disturbance call came under fire from a gunman with a semi-automatic rifle on Tuesday morning in

CentralSquare Expands Interconnected Public Safety Network in Georgia

CentralSquare announced that it has accelerated the development of an interconnected 911 dispatch system in Georgia, with more than 30

Detroit Sergeant Suspended for Failing to Respond to Fatal Shooting of Officer

Police chief James Craig said the sergeant “sat in his scout car a block away while you could hear people screaming

Oklahoma Officer Indicted for Murder in Killing of Active Shooter

“This would be the first time in American history that a police officer or anybody was charged with the crime

Alabama Sheriff Shot and Killed While Responding to Trespassing Call

The Lowndes County (AL) Sheriff’s Office is mourning the loss of Sheriff John “Big John” Williams, Sr. after he was

Oregon Supreme Court Places Limits on Police Questions at Traffic Stops

The Oregon Supreme Court issued a decision late last week that places restrictions on officers’ ability to question occupants of