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Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Florida Correctional Officer Struck and Killed by Vehicle

Correctional Officer Tawanna Marin was supervising an inmate work crew in Coconut Creek (FL) on Monday when she was struck and killed by a vehicle.

Video: British Police Use Drone to Find Missing Hiker

Nearly a day after Peter Pugh went missing, he was spotted in a marshland by a Norfolk Police Department drone.

Texas Police Search for Police Imposter who Raped Woman

Police say that a man posing as a police officer stopped a woman for a traffic violation and then raped her in the back of his SUV.

Memphis Officer Critical After Being Struck by Car

A Memphis (TN) police officer is listed in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle during a traffic stop Monday night.

Boston Politicians Set to Discuss Police Drones, Body Cameras, and Privacy

The hearing takes place in anticipation of a Northeastern University report on the BPD pilot program testing body-worn cameras, and amid citizen concerns over the deployment of new technology without community input.

Kansas Congressional Candidate Apologizes for Politicizing 2 Deputies’ Deaths

Democratic congressional candidate Brent Welder — who is seeking to challenge incumbent Republican Kevin Yoder — sent out a campaign email Saturday that linked the deaths of two deputies in Kansas City to the gun control debate.

Chicago Police: Suspect Got Loaded Gun into Lockup Area

The gun was discovered by a maintenance employee who was cleaning holding cell.

GM Offers Special First Responder Pricing on Vehicles, OnStar Service

Paid and volunteer police, firefighters, EMTs/paramedics and 911 dispatchers now qualify for a special discount below the manufacturer’s suggested retail price on new vehicles at participating dealers. The discount is compatible with most other available offers.

3 Florida Men Accused of Impersonating Police During Shooting

Police said that a victim of the shooting identified 27-year old Yasmani Morgado, 34-year-old Ceaser Miranda-Vega, and 49-year-old Rene Del Toro as the men who shouted “police!” and “get on the ground” before opening fire with a short-barreled shotgun.

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Kissimmee Police Department: Intelligence-Led Policing Drives Progress & Prosperity

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