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History has shown that American citizens will eventually stand up to protect themselves
Bass Reeves, a U.S. deputy marshal in the western district of Indian Territory, took a warrant to arrest his son after he shot and killed his wife
Despite production ending in 2011, the Crown Victoria still holds a special place in the hearts of many law enforcement officers
Recruiting and operating organized crime gang members and bosses as long-term confidential criminal informants is a dangerous game for law enforcement officers
Throughout the museum, guests will learn the full story of the Marshals, which dates back to the ratification of the U.S. Constitution
After the mass shooting on July 1, 1993, with the help of SWAT teams, SFPD changed how it approached skyscraper shootings — clear the tower room by room
What would you have done differently to have better results if you had received the call to arrest the Dillinger Gang?
During his career with Phoenix police, Officer Cooley rose to become captain, a rank the department said is equivalent to commander today
The legendary homicide inspector discusses the two words that broke the Night Stalker case, the first time Ramirez claims to have killed in San Francisco, and advice for new investigators
Emergency responders need to become students of history. It’s one of the easiest ways to avoid becoming the subject of history repeating itself
On April 11, 1986, one of the most famous shootouts in modern times took place between the FBI and two serial bank robbers