peace officer


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Griffith was booked at the Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's station on suspicion of assault on a peace officer, hit-and-run, resisting arrest and felony evasion.
Four counts of attempted murder on a peace officer were dismissed by the judge, who presided over the preliminary hearing last week, Hall's attorney said.
2363 to make it a federal crime to kill a peace officer and flee the country to avoid prosecution.
The three friends - Steven Bracamontes, 22, of Canyon Country, Pacoima resident Cameron Davis, 24, and a Canyon Country juvenile - were arrested on suspicion of attempted lynching, which the California Penal Code describes as taking by means of a riot any person from the lawful custody of a peace officer.
Each and every peace officer who serves rural, urban, and tribal communities across North Dakota are the best among us, said Heitkamp.
Massad Ayoob made some valid points in his discussion of the difference between a peace officer and a law enforcement officer (Cop Talk, May/June 2017).
One way to get recognition is by successfully completing the Peace Officer Standards and Training test through the state of Missouri.
Using the Calgary Transit peace officer program to illustrate how both public and private policing can and should interact, this article argues that a low-cost investment by police can yield a high return for public safety.
This is about making sure they're allowed to require that training and expect of that peace officer .
The bronze statue features a peace officer standing next to a little boy.
Despite losing his life in the line of duty, Evely has been denied inclusion on the national memorial wall because he doesn't fit the current eligibility requirements, specifically, "The deceased must have been a sworn, paid, full time peace officer in Canada serving as a regular member or employee of a federal, provincial, municipal law enforcement agency or service and died as a result of an external influence .
Talamantez was arrested on suspicion of multiple charges, including grand theft auto, unauthorized possession of a master key, evading a peace officer and possession of burglary tools.
Down at the jail, the marshal and the mayor together decided that anyone who could handle Dec Black--known for a temper only slightly less fierce than that of his wife--would make a good peace officer.
Now, over a four-year period the charge against Linda Gibbons, who entered the bubble zone to protest peacefully, has been that of "obstructing a peace officer," when, in fact, no "obstruction" of any kind was taking place.
In 2017, the California Department of Justice will begin requiring that each law enforcement agency give the DOJ annual reports of incidents; involving the shooting of a civilian by a peace officer; involving the shooting of a peace officer by a civilian; in which the use of force by a peace officer against a civilian results in serious bodily injury or death, and; in which use of force by a civilian against a peace officer results in serious bodily injury or death.