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Viral videos of police/citizen encounters are coming in by the truckload. Over and over again we're seeing both citizens and officers being injured/killed, or the officer winds up losing his or her job, and even going to prison. Much of what is happening now is the result...

source: By Edwin Pantoja
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People on social media have asked a lot of questions about how local law enforcement agencies plan to enforce the stay-at-home orders for Austin, Travis County and Williamson County. Each of the orders allows police...

source: KVUE-TV

A San Marcos police officer who was struck by a car on I-35 and transported to a trauma center for surgery on Monday afternoon is in stable condition following that surgery. According to an official with the San Marcos Convention...

source: KENS-TV

An Austin area distillery donated 1,000 bottles of hand sanitizer to the Austin Police Department and other Texas law enforcement agencies. Driftwood based Desert Door Distillery, a sotol based spirit producer, donated the...

source: KXAN-TV

Does anyone know what the long-term impact on your health will be if you're exposed to someone manifesting the coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms? On behalf of 9/11 First Responders who were exposed to lethal toxins, I can tell you the resounding answer is no. While the experts...

source: POLICE Magazine

As stores around the country are struggling to keep up with the demand for perishables, paper products, and hand sanitizer, firearms are another commodity fast disappearing from the shelves amid the coronavirus crisis. Over the past week, gun stores countrywide have seen...

source: Law Officer

As law enforcement personnel remain on the front lines when it comes to not only protecting and serving their communities, but communicating with residents while we all weather the storm of COVID-19, the focus must be one of assuredness...



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