In The News 
Recent news archive and comments

Search News Stories:



















“The Trooper”
(By Neal Murphy)
 1 Comment   Last Comment at 8/12/2018 12:00:40 AM
 






















 
Police News Links
Sheriff: Miss. deputy run over by 12-year-old driving stolen car
The girl was taken into custody and is being housed in a youth detention center in the state
Man sentenced to 12 years for Ill. officer's crash death
Authorities say Jason Stoker was blamed for the death because he didn't comply with the officer's orders and was driving at a high speed
Phoenix officer critical after exchanging gunfire with ambush suspect
Officials say the officer made a traffic stop and as he approached the car, the suspect opened fire
Photo of the Week: A moment to breathe
This week's photo comes from Eric Loquist of the Osage City Police Department in Kansas. There's nothing quite like those moments of solitude on the beat! Calling all police photographers! PoliceOne needs pictures of you in action or training. Submit a photo — it could be selected as our Photo of the Week! Be sure to include your name, department information and address (including...
What the FBI's new report confirms about active shooters
In late June, the FBI released what it called "Phase Two" of the agency’s ongoing examination of active killer events that took place between 2000 and 2013
Calif. police chief abruptly fired little more than 2 years on the job
Larry Esquivel was abruptly fired from his current job as chief of Tracy police under mysterious circumstances
Man charged with paralyzing Mo. cop found mentally unfit for trial
Officer Michael Flamion was paralyzed from the neck down when a man he stopped for speeding shot him from behind in July 2016
Proposed bill would open secret Calif. police records to the public
Police unions have long argued that the rules protect officer safety and privacy and have lobbied to crush prior efforts to change the laws
Conn. police work to stop overdoses after 76 fall ill
Authorities described a chaotic scene where people were dropping to the ground unconscious, others vomiting and some becoming lethargic
Texas PD relaxes tattoo policy to recruit, retain officers
Irving Police Chief Jeff Spivey says tattoos don't "change the professionalism of the man or woman answering that call for service"
 



 



© 1999-2018, The Police News. All rights reserved.