Woman indicted for posing as an immigration attorney in Tampa, Chicago

Woman indicted for posing as an immigration attorney in Tampa, Chicago

According to the indictment, Erika Paola Intriago, 44, of Tampa, who is not a licensed attorney, fraudulently portrayed herself as an immigration attorney offering immigration-related services on social media targeting persons from Spanish-speaking countries seeking immigration-related services. Source link
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ASP’s Transport Kit wins 2019 Public Safety Product Innovation Award

ASP’s Transport Kit wins 2019 Public Safety Product Innovation Award

By PoliceOne Staff APPLETON, Wis. — Armament Systems and Procedures new Transport Kit has won the 2019 Public Safety Product Innovation Award from the North American Association of Uniform Manufacturers and Distributors (NAUMD). The Transport Kit compris...
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Texas PD cracks down on poor parking with sassy flyer

Texas PD cracks down on poor parking with sassy flyer

By PoliceOne Staff SOUTHLAKE, Texas — A Texas DPS found a creative and sassy way to remind drivers about parking between the lines when they’re next to handicapped spaces. According to FOX 8 Cleveland, the Southlake Department of Public Safety...
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Fla. Supreme Court rules against Parkland sheriff

Associated Press MIAMI — The Florida Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled against a sheriff who fought his removal from office after the governor claimed he failed to prevent last year's Parkland school shooting. Florida's highest court agreed that G...
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Fla. Senate passes bill expanding armed teachers program

Fla. Senate passes bill expanding armed teachers program

Associated Press TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida is on the verge of expanding a law that allows some teachers to carry guns in the classroom after the Senate passed a wide-ranging school safety bill Tuesday. The bill seeks changes to a...
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Md. officer paralyzed in 2003 shooting dies

Md. officer paralyzed in 2003 shooting dies

By PoliceOne Staff ROCKVILLE, Md. — An officer who was left paralyzed after a shooting in 2003 died from complications last week. According to NBC Washington, Officer Kyle Olinger was conducting a traffic stop when suspect Terrence Green opened fire....
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Calif. LEOs shoot each other while apprehending suspect

Calif. LEOs shoot each other while apprehending suspect

Colleen Shalby Los Angeles Times ELK GROVE, Calif. — Two officers shot each other in the leg while trying to apprehend a suspect Saturday night in Elk Grove, Calif., authorities said. The Elk Grove Police Department received a call about...
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Mass. K-9 helps find kids trapped in underground bunker

Mass. K-9 helps find kids trapped in underground bunker

By PoliceOne Staff LUNENBURG, Mass. — A K-9 officer saved a group of kids trapped in an underground bunker Friday night. Jerry the K-9 was able to track down the kids half a mile from a vehicle to the bunker,...
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Ill. officer gives man ride to job interview

Ill. officer gives man ride to job interview

By PoliceOne Staff CAHOKIA, Ill. — An officer is getting praise for his act of kindness last Wednesday. According to local news station KTVU, Officer Roger Gemoules pulled over 22-year-old Ka’Shawn Baldwin for expired plates. Baldwin also didn&rsqu...
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Australian singer, songwriter releases song on LEO mental health

Australian singer, songwriter releases song on LEO mental health

By PoliceOne Staff An Australian singer and songwriter responsible for the song about military veterans, “I was only 19,” released a song to support law enforcement officers suffering from mental health issues. John Schumann has written and recorde...
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