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‘It Finally Clicked That This Wasn’t an Exercise’: Report Recounts San Bernardino Shooting
A previously undisclosed report chronicles in vivid detail the shootout that killed Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, the actions of the police and the massacre itself.
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Navy's new stealth destroyer on its way to Baltimore to be commissioned
A stealthy new Navy destroyer left a shipyard in Maine this week and is on its way to Baltimore where it will be commissioned as the USS Zumwalt as part of the city's fleet week celebrations. The Navy calls the unusual looking ship — it is all angles to minimize its visibility to enemy radar —...
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Man cleared in pot case over alleged cop lying now charged in hit-and-run
A man who was cleared of marijuana charges after police were accused of lying about his arrest has now been charged in a hit-and-run crash in Morton Grove that killed a Chicago woman. Authorities said Joseph Sperling, 26, of Glenview, was driving a black Lexus at a high rate of speed on Aug. 26...
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LAPD honors officers for their bravery and, for the first time, their restraint
Los Angeles Police Officer Danielle Lopez and her partner were driving to a South L.A. jail when they spotted a man in the middle of the street pointing an assault rifle at other cars. The officers jumped out and drew their guns. “Drop the gun!” Lopez remembers shouting at the man. “Drop the gun!”...
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Army drill, platoon sergeants test physical, mentor skills
FORT JACKSON, S.C. (AP) - The Army's top drill and platoon sergeants are wrapping up a friendly competition of their physical and mentoring skills. The four-day event at Fort Jackson ends on Friday with honors handed out at an afternoon ceremony. The senior enlisted men and women must show how ...
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Sister of Bronx bodega worker killed by police slams NYPD
The sister of a Bronx bodega clerk killed by a cop ripped the NYPD for having no regard for her brother's life.
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In Las Vegas, no neighborhood is safe from burglary
My wife, Patricia, and I drove out of town last weekend for some R&R. However, within minutes of driving onto our Summerlin street, the wonderful feeling of restoration that comes with three days on the waterfront turned into a high-anxiety downer.
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Cleveland police's proposed use-of-force policy designed to address past issues
A proposed use-of-force policy the Cleveland police monitoring team put forth on Thursday is designed to be a stepping stone on which all other departmental reforms can be built, the head monitor said. Watch video CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A proposed use-of-force policy the Cleveland police monitoring team put forth on Thursday is designed to be a stepping stone on which all other departmental reforms can be built, the head monitor said. Matthew Barge said the proposed policy, mandated in a settlement the city entered into with the U.S. Justice Department, is designed to be more streamlined, after receiving complaints from officers that the old one was wonky and unclear. Barge said the policy would be "a road map to a different organization and a new approach to force." The proposed policy was made public following input from the Justice Department, the city and other stakeholders. The monitoring team is seeking public input on the policy. A final version will go before Chief U.S. District Judge Solomon Oliver Jr. for approval. Barge said the team would accept suggestions for at least a few weeks, and that the monitoring team will hold community forums on the city's east and west sides. (To provide feedback, visit the monitoring team's website.) The city's policy must be changed because the Justice Department said Cleveland officers too often use force. Under a plan approved by the judge, it must be approved and in place, complete with additional training for officers, by the end of the year. Barge said that not everything included in the proposed policy can be tied to specific instances in Cleveland police history. Some are, while others are tied to issues that happened in other parts of the country. Here are a few key portions of the proposed use-of-force policies, and why they were included. Reasonable and proportional force The proposed new policy says, like the current one, that officers can use force when it is "objectionably reasonable" -- a legal standard that means an average officer would have made the same decision. This takes into account the fact that officers often have to make split-second decisions. They must also take into account the totality of the circumstances. The proposed policy says the officer can use force "only as necessary, meaning only when no reasonably effective alternative to the use of force appears to exist." If an officer must use force, it can only be enough to fulfill a lawful duty, such as subduing a violent suspect. Barge said it was designed to have a clear set of guidelines that officers should be thinking through before he or she uses force. The policy clarification was necessary because of a myriad of instances where officers used force against a suspect, even when the suspect was not resisting or violent. The Justice Department cited multiple cases as examples for such a policy change. Most notable was the 22-mile police chase in November 2012 that ended in police firing 137 shots and killing Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams. The shots were fired as a result of the car backfiring, as Russell and Williams did not have a weapon. De-escalation techniques Under the proposed policy, officers must take every step possible to de-escalate situations before resorting to force. This can be as small of a task to moving to escape danger and doing their best to "slow down the situation so that more time, options and resources for the incident to be resolved." They should also question whether the reason a person isn't complying with an officer's orders because of a medical condition, mental illness, a language barrier or drug use. If a person is experiencing a mental health crisis, a specialized officer should be called to the scene. Don'ts The proposed policy also has a page-long section of what officers are prohibited to do when using force. These include: * Using force to subdue subjects who are not suspected of any criminal conduct, other than to ensure the safety of an officer or other person. * Use force in retaliation. * Use force against people who yell at officers and are not committing a crime. * Using force against somebody exercising their First Amendment rights. * Use neck holds. * Fire warning shots. The proposed policy acknowledges that there are "rare and exceptional circumstances" that may lead to use of force in these situations. Medical attention Under the proposed policy, officers must provide medical care to anybody injured after he or she used force. The current policy only requires officers to request a supervisor go to the scene and call for medical assistance if someone appeared to be or said they were injured. This policy change is likely necessary for several instances, including the case of 12-year-old Tamir Rice. Officer Timothy Loehmann shot Tamir in November 2014. After Loehmann shot Rice, Loehmann and his partner Frank Garmback stood around, presumably waiting until an ambulance arrived. An FBI agent who heard about the shooting over a scanner arrived soon after and gave the boy help. Duty to intervene Under the new provisions, officers would be required to intervene and stop use of force abuses carried out by their fellow officers. A sense of loyalty among officers is believed to have caused some internal and criminal investigations into officer conduct to implode.  This includes the case of Edward Henderson, whom police officer kicked on Jan. 1, 2011 as he lay on the ground, subdued following a car chase on the Detroit Shoreway. Four officers were charged in state court but their charges were dropped when federal prosecutors picked up the case. The investigation stalled after federal authorities were unable to identify the officers shown on the video. None of the officers involved in Henderson's arrest filed reports that indicated they used force. Henderson was convicted of felonious assault of a peace officer, after police said he tried to run an officer over at the beginning of the chase. He served three years in prison. The city agreed to pay Henderson $600,000 to settle an excessive force lawsuit.  Barge said it is going to take a long time to have this type of duty baked into the police culture, but that it is an important. If you would like to comment on this story, please visit Thursday's crime and courts comments section.
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Evanston police search for two in Dodge Avenue shooting
Police are searching for two people following the shooting of a 23-year-old Evanston man in the 1000 block of Dodge Avenue on Thursday morning. Officers responded at approximately 10:30 a.m. to a call on the east side of Dodge, just north of Greenleaf Street, said Perry Polinski, the department's...
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NYPD filmed Occupy and BLM protests over 400 times without authorization – report
A Freedom of Information Act request has uncovered evidence that the New York City Police Department not only surveilled protests with recording devices, but was unable to prove they followed standard procedure in doing so. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Man shot by officer after opening fire near zoo dies
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Police says a man shot by an officer after opening fire at residents, cars and police officers in Oakland died hours later at a hospital. Oakland Police spokeswoman Officer Johnna Watson says the man was identified as 32-year-old Jesse Enjaian. Watsons says officers were called to ...
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2 men charged with burglarizing Evanston health food store
Police charged two men with burglary after they smashed the door of a health food store and tried to take cash from the register early Thursday.
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Cops fatally shoot man who allegedly opened fire on them in NYC
Cops shot a man to death during a furious exchange of gunfire in Brooklyn Thursday, officials said.
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West Michigan police officer impaled by screws at marijuana grow site
The person who set up a bed of screws to protect a marijuana grow operation, seriously injuring a Wyoming police officer, might face charges if prosecutors can find a criminal statute that applies.        
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Police: Gunman dies after being shot at by Indiana officer
SHELBYVILLE, Ind. (AP) - Police say a 64-year-old man has died after he fired shots from a revolver and an officer shot at him outside a home in central Indiana. State police say in a statement that the investigation into Tuesday night's death of Steven C. Oliger in Shelbyville is ...
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Coalition demands clarity after fatal police shooting
19-year-old Raynard Burton was slain by a gunshot wound to the right chest, says the medical examiner        
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East Harlem shoplifting suspect flees squad car, cop suspended
A shoplifting suspect who slipped out of an NYPD squad car Saturday is back in cuffs and a cop is suspended in the botched arrest.
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Detroit cop fatally shoots man after struggle
Incident occurred around 1:25 p.m. in the 4200 block of Webb near Otsego following attempted traffic stop, police said        
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Police continue to investigate fatal officer-involved shooting in North Center
Chicago police on Saturday continued to investigate an officer-involved shooting of a 55-year-old woman fatally shot by officers in the North Center community Friday. Officers shot the woman around 6 p.m. in the 3900 block of North Western Avenue near a CVS Pharmacy store where she was reportedly...
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Funeral held for cop killed in crash 2 months before wedding date
The NYPD rookie killed in a fiery Bronx crash was mourned Friday, less than two months before she was set to be married.
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Person shot by police in North Center
The female, whose age was not immediately known, was shot at 3944 N. Western Ave., police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said.
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18-year-old man shot and killed by Baltimore police during pursuit
Baltimore police shot and killed an 18-year-old man who they said was armed and fleeing officers Tuesday afternoon, police said. About 3 p.m. officers deployed in Southwest Baltimore followed a vehicle they said was operating erratically, according to police spokeman T.J. Smith. At Fulton Avenue...
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Colorado Springs police arrest two suspects in fatal double shooting in Stetson Hills
Colorado Springs police have arrested two people in connection with a Monday afternoon double shooting in the city's Stetson Hills neighborhood that left a man dead.
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Armed men in tactical vests arrested at Dearborn PD
The men allegedly walked into the Dearborn Police station wearing tactical vests and armed with an AP-14 and handgun        
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NYC jails boss says staff can use force to stop inmate violence
Correction Commissioner Joseph Ponte reminded jail bosses that officers can use force to break up fights and slashing attacks behind bars.
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Off-duty cop killed, sergeant critically injured in Bronx crash
The wrecked car could be seen in a heap in the middle of the busy roundabout.
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Fiance of Korryn Gaines acquitted of drug charges
A Baltimore County jury acquitted the fiance of Korryn Gaines on Thursday of all charges in a drug case stemming from her deadly standoff with county police. Gaines, 23, was shot and killed by a tactical officer last August at her Randallstown apartment. A detective later found 75 capsules of heroin...
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California man blinded by rubber bullets sues police for constitutional violations
A California man is suing the city of San Jose and its police for blinding him with rubber bullets as he threatened suicide, but posed no danger to either the public or law enforcement. He was also wounded in the leg and chest. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Copper thieves caused shootout with Cleveland police, FirstEnergy official says
A group of suspected copper thieves caused a shootout at a FirstEnergy service center on Cleveland's East Side. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A group of suspected copper thieves at a FirstEnergy service center caused a Friday shootout that ended in one of the suspects being shot by a Cleveland police officer, officials say. The shooting landed an 18-year-old man at the hospital, and police arrested two 17-year-olds, police said. A fourth suspect is still at large. The identities of those that were arrested have not been released. FirstEnergy employees in Akron spotted the group about 2 a.m. while watching live surveillance video of the Miles Service Center on East 146th Street near Miles Road in Cleveland, FirstEnergy spokesman Mark Durbin said. "Over the years there have been some break-ins, but not a lot," Durbin said. "Unfortunately people think make money off us, they think can steal copper and sell it, but with the security operation we have, it's not worth it for them." The sprawling service center houses trucks, transformers and other equipment, Durbin said. It's one of eight service centers the company monitors around the clock. The company called Cleveland police and notified them that the group was walking toward outdoor tents that store copper wiring and scrap metal, Durbin and a police spokeswoman said. FirstEnergy employees watching the surveillance feed sent real-time information to police officers about the group's movements inside the facility, Durbin said. Officers approached the group, and one man fired several gunshots at the officers. The officers returned fire and shot an 18-year-old man in the shoulder, police said. He was taken to University Hospitals for treatment. His condition is unknown.  The others ran from police, but three of the other four were arrested. No officers were injured in the incident. Police reported finding a gun at the scene that belonged to someone in the group.  A small crew of lineman work out of the building but none were at the facility at the time of the shooting, Durbin said. Two officers were placed on paid administrative leave while the use-of-force investigation is conducted, which is the protocol anytime and officer fires a weapon. Their names will be released sometime in the next three days, a police spokeswoman said.  To comment on this story, please visit the crime and courts comments page.
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DA: No charges against Johnstown police who fatally shot man
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (AP) - Three western Pennsylvania police officers who fatally shot a knife-wielding man earlier in March were justified and shouldn't be criminally charged. Cambria County District Attorney Kelly Callihan announced her decision Thursday in the March 2 shooting of 41-year-old Daniel Burkhardt. Burkhardt had two knives and had ...
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Funeral for woman slain amid Pennsylvania police shootings
CANONSBURG, Pa. (AP) - A funeral is set for a western Pennsylvania woman slain by a man who killed himself after shooting two police officers, one fatally. Friday's funeral for 28-year-old Dalia Sabae (sah-BY') will be held at 1:30 p.m. at the Oak Spring Cemetery in Canonsburg. Sabae, who was ...
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Police: Officer fired 10 shots after car sped toward him
Investigators have yet to determine why a speeding driver who tried to run down a Metro Police officer Monday night was fleeing, Clark County Undersheriff Kevin McMahill said. The east valley incident was caught on ...
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The Latest: Protesters march in Bismarck a 4th straight day
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The Latest on the Dakota Access pipeline (all times local):
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Mom, day care workers charged after child left in van
Detectives in Florida arrested the mother of a 4-year-old boy along with two of his day care workers after it was determined that the child ...       
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Minnesota police officer charged with manslaughter in Philando Castile death
ST. PAUL, Minn. — When Philando Castile was pulled over in July, he calmly told the officer he had a gun and was licensed to carry it, according to prosecutors. Moments later, the officer fired on the motorist, and a bleeding Mr. Castile uttered his last words: “I wasn’t reaching for it.”
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N.Y. jury gets wrongful-death case in police shooting of Marine vet, 68
Federal jury weighs whether N.Y. officer was right to shoot and kill Marine veteran.       
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Officer charged in shooting that was streamed on Facebook
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Prosecutors say that when Philando Castile was pulled over in July, he calmly told the officer he had a gun and was licensed to carry it. Moments later, the officer fired shots, and a bleeding Castile's last words were: "I wasn't reaching for it." On ...
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The Latest: Lawyer says videos show police overreacted
HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) - The Latest on the police pepper-spraying of a 15-year-old girl (all times local): 1:30 p.m. An attorney for a 15-year-old Maryland girl pepper-sprayed by police says body-camera video proves the officers overreacted. Robin Ficker said Thursday that the video released by Hagerstown police shows "aggression from ...
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Police video shows officer pepper spraying Maryland girl, 15
HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — Police in Maryland have released body-camera video of an officer pepper-spraying a 15-year-old girl in a police cruiser when she refused to put her feet inside.
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While illuminating, Tulsa videos leave out key details
Police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, broadly released dashcam and aerial footage, 911 calls and police radio traffic with unusual swiftness following last Friday's shooting death of an unarmed black man by a white officer. But what actually transpired ...
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Tulsa police videos leave out key details of shooting
Police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, broadly released dashcam and aerial footage, 911 calls and police radio traffic with unusual swiftness following last Friday's shooting death of an unarmed black man by a white officer.
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Charlotte and Tulsa shootings: What police say vs. the families
Protests broke out in Charlotte, N.C., Tuesday evening after a black man was killed by a police officer, just days after another officer-inv...       
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ACLU: Tulsa officer shot Terence Crutcher 'in cold blood'
The ACLU accused Officer Betty Shelby of the 'murder of a defenseless black man.'       
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ACLU: Tulsa cop shot Crutcher 'in cold blood'
The ACLU accused Officer Betty Shelby of the 'murder of a defenseless black man.'         
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Wounded N.J. cop's dad feels 'blessed' and 'aggravated'
Father of police officer wounded in shootout with bombing suspect is happy, yet unhappy.       
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Tulsa police chief calls video of officer shooting unarmed man 'disturbing'
The Associated Press reports protesters are calling for the arrest of officer Betty Shelby, who shot and killed Terence Crutcher, 40, on Friday, after his vehicle had stalled in the middle of a street. Watch video TULSA, Oklahoma -- Police on Monday released a video showing a white officer shooting an unarmed black man, an incident the police chief says is "very disturbing -- very difficult to watch." The Associated Press reports protesters are calling for the arrest of officer Betty Shelby, who shot and killed Terence Crutcher, 40, on Friday, after his vehicle had stalled in the middle of a street. According to the Tulsa World, officers were responding to another call when they spotted Crutcher and his stalled vehicle. Video shows Crutcher walking toward the tan SUV with his hands in the air as an officer follows with her gun drawn. The video shows Crutcher put his hands on the vehicle, then he lowers them and appears to reach into the SUV. Moments later he falls to the ground and an officer can be heard yelling "Shots fired." An officer also used a Taser on Crutcher, reports say. The World reports that police have released few details on the shooting, but a spokesperson said Crutcher refused to follow officers' orders. No weapon was found on Crutcher and there was no weapon in the vehicle, police said. "It's very difficult to watch," Police Chief Chuck Jordan said at a news conference Monday, the Post reports. "The first time I watched it I watched it with the family ... we will do the right thing, we will not cover anything up." Shelby has been on paid administrative leave since the shooting, the AP reports. The U.S. Justice Department is conducting an independent investigation the shooting, the Post reports. The local district attorney also is investigating. "I want to assure our community, and I want to assure all of you and people across the nation who are going to be looking at this, we will achieve justice, period," Jordan said. To comment on this story, please visit our crime and courts comments section.
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Unarmed Oklahoma man killed by police with his hands in the air (VIDEO)
Tulsa police have confirmed that Terence Crutcher did not have a weapon on his body or in his car when he was killed by police. In addition, a newly released video shows that he had his arms in the air when police opened fire on the father of four. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Tulsa police to release dashcam video of fatal shooting
TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Authorities in Tulsa are releasing audio and video recordings showing the fatal police shooting of a black man whose SUV had stalled on a city street. The footage is expected to be released during a news conference Monday afternoon. Authorities haven't yet said whether 40-year-old Terrence ...
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Philadelphia officers fired upon 2nd night in a row
PHILADELPHIA — For a second night in a row, Philadelphia police officers came under fire, although this time no one was injured.
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