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As the department is scrutinized, the desire for federal standards for use of force and de-escalation training across the country are being championed.

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A dramatic video shared on social media by the Utah Highway Patrol shows a trooper rescuing a driver from a vehicle seconds before it was hit by a commuter train. The driver inside was reportedly unconscious.

Tenth NYPD officer dies by suicide

An off-duty officer in Queens took his own life late Tuesday, marking the NYPD’s tenth suicide this year. Nationwide, more police officers have died by suicide than in the line of duty, and the NYPD is now planning to put peer counselors in every precinct house.

Marines correct 74-year-old Iwo Jima error

Historians determined that Cpl. Harold 'Pie' Keller was one of the six men who raised the flag.