LAS VEGAS STRIP MASS SHOOTING: Latest Updates; How You Can Help
18th Shooting By Police Started As A Suicide CallOfficer Larry Hadfield says he doesn't have immediate information about man who was killed or whether he died as a result of the officer shooting about 10:30 a.m. Thursday near Jones Boulevard and U.S. 95.
Cops Called To Shut Down Slip-And-Slide, Take A Ride Down The Hill InsteadWhen the Asheville police were called to shutdown an innocuous slip-and-slide, they instead decided to ask if they could have a turn.
Metro Staff And Recruits Holding Graduation CeremonyThe Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Training Staff and Recruits will hold a graduation ceremony on Thursday, June 29, 2017 for 87 new police recruits.
Off Duty Cop Dressed As Batman Stops Shoplifter Stealing Batman MovieOff-duty police officer Damon Cole stopped a shoplifter attempting to steal a copy of Lego Batman while dressed as Batman.
National Doughnut Day: Police Departments RejoiceIt's National Doughnut Day, and police departments are celebrating accordingly.
Three Metro Officers To Receive The Hoff Survivor AwardThe James D. Hoff Peace Officer Memorial is held every year in Idlewild Park in Reno. The memorial was the first in the state to honor Nevada Peace officers who gave their lives in the line of duty.
Indiana Town Without Police Force As Every Officer ResignsBunker Hill, Indiana is currently operating without a police force as theirs has resigned.
More People Try Suicide by Truck Instead of by PoliceMany people have heard about suicide by police, but not many have heard about suicide by truck.
Vegas Police Opening New Spring Valley Command SubstationPolice in Las Vegas are moving into a new substation to handle an area west of the Strip.
Trooper Uninjured After Being Shot by Man Killed in ExchangeAuthorities say a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper was apparently uninjured after being shot during a confrontation with a man who was killed during the exchange that started after a traffic stop.
Vegas Police Paying $200K for Excessive Force ChargesLas Vegas police will pay $200,000 to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit filed by a Los Angeles woman who claimed permanent injury after a patrol officer allegedly slammed her to the ground during her arrest on littering and loitering charges.
Peddlers on Vegas Strip can be Fined Instead of Sent to JailLas Vegas police can now ticket more peddlers caught violating county codes with its newly expanded civil diversion program

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