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Indians to host Law Enforcement Night on Sept. 11

The Cleveland Indians will honor South Euclid patrolman Steve Wilson as part of the club’s Law Enforcement Night on September 11.

The night will feature a short introduction regarding the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) and Museum honoring the victims of 9/11/2001. 214 more words

Police Officer Misses Shot At Dog, Hits 4-Year-Old Girl

Whitehall, Ohio (CBS CLEVELAND) — A 4-year-old girl was accidentally shot by a police officer as he attempted to aim at a dog allegedly threatening and charging at the officer. 270 more words


Mom calls police to help scare misbehaving son straight, says "I just want him to be respectful"

(CNN) — A Georgia mother says she never wants her son to find himself on the wrong side of the law. She teamed up with Columbus police to help scare him straight. 403 more words


Local Police Departments Hosting Scanner Info Indefinitely?

A point of contention for the law enforcement community for some time has been public dissent over the use of police license plate scanners. While the scanners are costly to departments, the real point of contention has surrounded when the data is collected, where it is stored, and for how long. 378 more words

Georgia General Assembly

Mom Who Says She Left Tot On Porch Faces Charges

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A mother accused of abandoning a 14-month-old Maryland boy on the front porch of a stranger’s home in central Ohio is scheduled for arraignment Wednesday on a child endangerment charge as police searching for the toddler warn he may be dead. 294 more words


Victory: First Amendment Rights Triumph Over Columbus Police And Fort Benning Officials!

 We did it! Fort Benning officials and the Columbus police tried to shut down the November Vigil by attempting to limit the number of participants and by denying SOA Watch a permit to set up a stage and sound system, but justice prevailed. 370 more words

Civil Liberties

3 Columbus Churches Vandalized Overnight

COLUMBUS, Ind. (AP) — The Columbus Police Department is investigating after three churches there were vandalized with spray paint.

Vandals painted religiously fueled messages on the facades of St. 339 more words