- Fri, 27 Mar 2015 22:28:50 +0000: Saluting a Law Enforcement Ambassador - East Hampton Star - law enforcement - Google News
East Hampton StarSaluting a Law Enforcement Ambassador
East Hampton Star
Officer Walker got his start in law enforcement in an unconventional way. He got his first parking ticket after a party following his 1981 graduation from Bridgehampton High School. He went off to Virginia State University, forgot to pay up, and when ...
- Fri, 27 Mar 2015 22:23:08 +0000: Law enforcement's Shielded Hearts - WBAY - law enforcement - Google NewsLaw enforcement's Shielded Hearts
The killings of Thomas Christ and State Trooper Trevor Casper have sparked grief and sadness and also support for law enforcement. But Steven Snyder's crime spree sparked raw emotions from people who don't wear a badge, though their family members ...
- Fri, 27 Mar 2015 22:13:38 +0000: Law enforcement works to solve vehicle break-ins - Cordele Dispatch - law enforcement - Google NewsLaw enforcement works to solve vehicle break-ins
CORDELE — For the past month it seems as though the city has been plagued by a rash of vehicle break-ins but local law enforcement will not give up until they catch the culprit or culprits involved. According to Chief Bobby Hooper of the Cordele ...
- Fri, 27 Mar 2015 22:05:51 +0000: Large Law Enforcement Convoy At and Around the Humboldt/Trinity Border Today - Lost Coast Outpost - law enforcement - Google News
Lost Coast OutpostLarge Law Enforcement Convoy At and Around the Humboldt/Trinity Border Today
Lost Coast Outpost
A reader called us early this morning to report a mass gathering police vehicles at the bottom of Friday Ridge Road, just east of Willow Creek and right near the Humboldt County/Trinity County border. The caller estimated that there were approximately ...
- Fri, 27 Mar 2015 21:42:59 +0000: Spring season brings safety concerns for law enforcement, homeowners - WDBJ7 - law enforcement - Google News
WDBJ7Spring season brings safety concerns for law enforcement, homeowners
People are looking to take advantage of the warmer temperatures now that spring is here, but the Roanoke City Police Department says you might want to think twice before opening your windows.
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