Queen Anne’s Md. Deputy Sheriff shot while responding to domestic dispute, Suspect dead

A Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Deputy is fighting for his life after being shot while responding to a domestic dispute.

At the request of the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office, the Maryland State Police Homicide Unit is investigating the death of a suspect in a domestic violence situation who shot and wounded a deputy sheriff before being fatally wounded by the injured deputy early this morning. Continue reading “Queen Anne’s Md. Deputy Sheriff shot while responding to domestic dispute, Suspect dead”

Oregon State Police Officer critically wounded, suspect dead after homicide of another victim

Police responded to shots fired. A female was discovered dead, a suspect was identified and engaged officers in a vehicle pursuit. The suspect shot a 7 year veteran of the Oregon State Police. The suspect was killed in an exchange of gunfire with Officers.

An Oregon State Police trooper has suffered life-threatening injuries after a shootout Sunday near Sherwood leaving two others dead, including the suspect, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office said. Continue reading “Oregon State Police Officer critically wounded, suspect dead after homicide of another victim”

Female officer shot in Saraland identified; suspect dead

Officer critical, suspect dead after exchange of gunfire

SARALAND, AL (WALA) – Officials have confirmed the identity of an officer who was shot in the head Wednesday, December 21, on Martha Alleyn Drive in Saraland. Continue reading “Female officer shot in Saraland identified; suspect dead”

Colorado Officers spend some time shopping with kids for Christmas

Officers from the Colorado State Patrol, Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office and Pueblo Police Department helped kids prepare for Christmas!

 

Officers were able to take time from normal duties to spend time with kids shopping and bonding with local kids at Target stores for Christmas. Continue reading “Colorado Officers spend some time shopping with kids for Christmas”

Tucson, Az. 2 Officers shot serving warrant, suspect dead

Two Tucson police officers serving an arrest warrant for a suspect wanted in an aggravated assault were shot Thursday morning at an apartment complex on the south side.

Tucson, Az. The incident occurred shortly before 7 a.m. at the Campbell Terrace Apartments, 4750 S. Campbell Ave., near Irvington Road. Continue reading “Tucson, Az. 2 Officers shot serving warrant, suspect dead”

Raleigh, NC Officer, Suspect Injured in Gunfire After Break-In

Officer seriously injured, suspect in critical condition after southwest Raleigh shooting

An Officer responded to a report of a break in at about 2:45 P.M. at at 1230 University Court in the Lake Park Condominiums, off Lake Dam Road south of Avent Ferry Road. Continue reading “Raleigh, NC Officer, Suspect Injured in Gunfire After Break-In”

Police: Man who left hoax device at Trussville school wanted to shoot police, rob a bank

Authorities say a man who left a suspicious device designed to look like a bomb at a Trussville elementary school confessed he wanted to use it as a decoy to shoot police officers and rob a bank.  Continue reading “Police: Man who left hoax device at Trussville school wanted to shoot police, rob a bank”

Sanibel, Fl. Police Officer shot during routine traffic stop, ANOTHER drive by shooting, suspect in custody

A Sanibel Police Officer was conducting a routine Traffic stop when a person drove by and shot the officer. The officer engaged the shooter and a lock down was commenced of the area.

Sanibel, Fl. At about 8:00 P.M. while a Sanibel Police Officer was conducting a routine traffic stop and was fired upon while sitting in his vehicle. The officer exchanged gunfire with the suspect. Continue reading “Sanibel, Fl. Police Officer shot during routine traffic stop, ANOTHER drive by shooting, suspect in custody”

Police Agencies asked to lower requirements, excuse drug abuse and criminal histories on recruits.

A new move toward national standards on Policing would have devastating problems for Police and Citizens.

In what appears to be a counterproductive move the Obama administration has asked Police Forces across the nation to lower standards of applicants to their forces in order to become more diversified as outlined by President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing. Continue reading “Police Agencies asked to lower requirements, excuse drug abuse and criminal histories on recruits.”

An officers post goes viral

A police officer wrote about a traffic stop that had a profound impact on him that is worth sharing. It shows the current state of things from both perspectives.

 

Officer Tim McMillan who identified himself as a Police Officer in Georgia made a traffic stop and described the stoop he made the other night has gone viral since he posted it on October 1, 2016. Continue reading “An officers post goes viral”