Five cameras now being used by officers.
The first St. Louis police traffic radar was a 45-pound device that was placed on the shoulder of the Oakland Express Highway at Forest Park in November 1953. The transmitter/receiver was attached by wire to a monitor in a police car. A newspaper artist added the zig-zag lines to portray the…
Next time you see flashing red and blue lights in your rear-view mirror, they’ll likely be atop a police SUV instead of a police car.
WASHINGTON — You can drive, but you can’t hide.
An infrared camera, part of the automated license plate recognition system installed in a St. Louis Police Department patrol car, on Feb. 24, 2011. Photo by Erik M. Lunsford, email@example.com
FLAGSTAFF — A Flagstaff police officer who used his baton, boot and a cable to kill an injured dog after a fellow officer accidentally hit the animal with his car has resigned.
Global positioning devices will soon be tracking the locations of St. Louis patrol cars, which doesn't please all the officers.
No felony charges will be filed against a Department of Public Safety officer who left his K-9 in a patrol vehicle for more than an hour in mid-July causing the drug sniffing dog to be euthanized.
A 21-year-old Tucson man was arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault and other crimes in connection with a traffic stop Monday night that included an officer getting dragged by a car, a police chase and a squad car bursting in flames.
A vehicle being chased by deputies in connection with a home robbery on Tucson’s southwest side early Tuesday crashed into a building, killing two of four people inside, officials said.
INDIANAPOLIS — A handcuffed drug suspect who stole a police
cruiser containing loaded guns then wrecked and abandoned the car
is still on the loose in northwest Indiana, authorities said
CHARLESTON, S.C. — North Charleston police are charging a man
with involuntary manslaughter after they say he told his brother to
eat cocaine to destroy evidence.