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The National Police Association is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization founded to educate supporters of law enforcement in how to help police departments accomplish their goals. The National Police Association Podcast, website NationalPolice.org and social media sites provide up to date information on law enforcement news, issues, and challenges.

    National Police Association Podcast #28 Officer shot while confronting robbery suspects, Retired trooper killed and Man attempts to run over two officers

    National Police Association Podcast #28 Officer shot while confronting robbery suspects, Retired trooper killed and Man attempts to run over two officers

    QUOTES

    00:24 "A Birmingham police officer was shot Sunday morning when he confronted two robbery suspects. A 16-year-old is the accused shooter. The officer - identified as narcotics Det. John Finke - was hit twice in the abdomen. What was initially believed to be a third wound was a ricochet."

    02:59 "The ordeal began at 9:22 a.m. when a report of robbery of two people was dispatched over the radio. 'Our officers heard the call as it came out,' Smith said. 'The officer confronted the suspects and we had an officer-involved shooting.'"

    04:59 "We believe we have the right suspects in custody based upon the series of events, the description the officer gave before he went into surgery, the description the victims gave of the suspects involved and the fact they were found in the vehicle described by the officer as well as victims, Smith said."

    08:34 "The woman draws a handgun, shoots one victim in the head and then fires several rounds at the other two victims, the department said, before turning the gun on herself. One of the victims, 51-year-old retired Illinois State Police Trooper Gregory Rieves succumbed to his injuries in a nearby hospital, Illinois State Police said."

    11:12 "The Kia Soul driver, later identified as Kelly, accelerated directly at the officers and the pulled-over driver so the officers fired their guns at him as he allegedly tried to run them over, police said."

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    SUMMARY

    In this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, a Birmingham detective responding to a robbery is shot by twice by a 16-year old suspect. Det. John Finke remains in critical condition.

    In Ilinois, a retired trooper was shot dead by a woman inside a cigar lounge without any apparent provocation. Two other victims are in serious but stable condition. And in Livermore, a suspect who tried to run over two police officers get slapped with several counts of attempted murder.

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    HIGHLIGHTS

    00:21 Birmingham detective critical after teenage robbery suspect shoots him twice

    08:08 Woman shoots ex-trooper dead in a cigar lounge

    10:05 Man who tried to run over 2 cops charged with attempted murder

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    RESOURCES

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    • 13 Min.
    National Police Association Podcast #27 Terminated deputy reinstated, Crime lab result will identify killer and Police department valor award

    National Police Association Podcast #27 Terminated deputy reinstated, Crime lab result will identify killer and Police department valor award

    QUOTES
    00:35 "The deputy, Arthur Wallin was fired last October because
    Trenary said the shooting of suspect Nickolas Michael Peters, 24,
    violated the agency's policy's. However, Snohomish County Prosecuting
    Attorney Adam Cornell ruled that the shooting was justified because
    Peters engaged in reckless behavior and failed to respond to commands
    to show his hands."
    03:17 "As Pataskala police investigate the case, Boals said, the
    biggest challenge has been the children who could be potential
    witnesses have autism, so 'being able to interview them and get good
    answers hasn't been an easy task.'"
    04:36 "In a call to 911, Mary Massuros told the dispatcher her 6-yearold son found a gun left out and she believed the shooting happened
    about two hours before it was discovered and authorities were called."
    07:07 "Heimann noted he attempted to find a clear point to deploy an
    electric stun gun on Kamien after the man punched him at least twice
    on the right side of his face, but could not. Instead, Kamien
    eventually yelled that he gave up and was handcuffed."
    07:22 "Hill faces a felony charge for possession of methamphetamine
    and misdemeanor charges of resisting an officer and bail jumping.
    According to the criminal complaint, Hill was apprehended with about 5
    grams of methamphetamine in his pocket after a struggle with
    officers."
    10:39 "Daly presented Clifton with a Commendation for Valor, the
    highest honor the police department can bestow. It represented
    Clifton's actions to protect his fellow officers at great personal
    risk. A Citation for Bravery was awarded to Lt. Joseph Sadoff, and
    officers Keith Robbins, Andrew Graff and Kevin Oswald. Each
    commendation cited their individual actions."
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    SUMMARY
    In this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, Deputy
    Arthur Wallin, who was fired last year for fatally shooting a violent
    suspect, is reinstated as a fully-commissioned deputy sheriff K9
    handler.
    In Pataskala, police are leaning on lab results to put a close on the
    case of a toddler's fatal shooting. In Ho-Chunk, two men were arrested
    for dealing meth and battery of an officer at a casino.
    And in Springfield, Police Chief Joseph Daly continued his practice of
    commending officers before the Board of Commissioners, presenting a
    Commendation for Valor to Officer Sean Clifton.
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    HIGHLIGHTS
    00:20 Deputy gets reinstated, shooting case ruled as justified
    02:22 Police lean on lab results to close case on toddler's shooting
    05:20 Ho-Chunk: Police arrest 2 men for meth dealing in a casino
    08:39 Springfield Police Chief Joseph Daly commends officers for valor
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    RESOURCES
    http://nationalpolice.org/

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    National Police Association Podcast #26 Two police officers killed responding to a call for help, Mystery of police officer found shot to death in abandoned car and Deputy foils armed robbery

    National Police Association Podcast #26 Two police officers killed responding to a call for help, Mystery of police officer found shot to death in abandoned car and Deputy foils armed robbery

    QUOTES
    00:49 "The suspect, who officials have identified as Jaroslav 'Jerry'
    Hanel, continued to fire at police as they ran for cover, also fatally
    hitting Kaulike Kalama, who had been with the department for nine
    years, Ballard said. More officers rushed to the neighborhood and saw
    'thick black smoke' coming out of the home, complicating an already
    chaotic, fluid crime scene."
    01:59 "In total, the blaze destroyed seven homes and several others
    sustained smoke and fire damage. Ballard said it will take days to
    comb through the wreckage and charred rubble. Three people, the 69-
    year-old suspect and two women, are still unaccounted for. Authorities
    believe Hanel died in the fire, but will continue to search for the
    alleged gunman until they recover his remains."
    04:52 "According to the attorney, Cain had befriended Hanel and wanted
    to help him out despite his erratic behavior. She allowed him to live
    in the lower floor and to do repair work in exchange for rent."
    05:43 "The man found shot to death inside an abandoned vehicle on
    Lainier Driver last week was a newly-minted New Roads police officer
    who had spent the past several years working as a bounty hunter, two
    jobs his family worried could place him in danger."
    09:59 "The suspects, all of whom are from Milledgeville, were
    identified as Benita Sha'ty-rone Kelsey, 25; Kemontaye Jashawn Smith,
    20; and Justin Malikk Fleming, 19. All three suspects are jailed in
    the Baldwin County Law Enforcement Center. Warrants were obtained by a
    Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent against the three suspects for
    armed robbery."
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    SUMMARY
    In this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, Honolulu,
    Hawaii witnessed a gunman go wild as he stabbed his landlord, fatally
    shot two responding police officers, and set fire to homes. The
    suspect is believed to have died in the ensuing blaze.
    In Baton Rouge, a long-time bounty hunter who recently joined the New
    Roads police force is found fatally shot inside an abandoned vehicle.
    There are no suspects as of yet.
    Also, a deputy in the right place and the right time held armed
    robbers of a gasoline station at gunpoint until backup arrived. In
    total, three suspects were arrested.
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    HIGHLIGHTS
    00:22 Chaos in Hawaii: Gunman stabs landlord, shoots 2 officers &
    torches 7 houses
    05:40 Bounty hunter turned officer is found dead in an abandoned
    vehicle
    09:19 Deputy walks in on armed robbery, holds suspects at gunpoint
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    RESOURCES
    http://nationalpolice.org/

    • 12 Min.
    National Police Association Podcast #25 SWAT Team takes down barricaded suspect, Cops versus armed sovereign citizen and Officer involved shootings

    National Police Association Podcast #25 SWAT Team takes down barricaded suspect, Cops versus armed sovereign citizen and Officer involved shootings

    QUOTES
    00:34 "According to Deputy Commissioner Robin Wimberly, parole
    officers were attempting to serve a warrant on 42-year-old Claude Fain
    on Thursday afternoon. When the agents approached him, he immediately
    ran toward his home the 4600 block of Hawthorne Street and shouted,
    'I'm going to kill all three of you."
    02:58 "Edwin Roman, 36, of Bristol, Conn., was arrested in December
    2018 near the intersection of Mill Street and North Park Drive. Police
    say Roman, who has for several months been uncooperative during court
    hearings and at one point being thrown out, initially told officers he
    had no weapons, only to be found with a chambered .45-caliber
    handgun."
    06:45 "A sovereign citizen is identified in various publications as
    someone who believes the American government was, at some point,
    secretly replaced by an illegitimate corporate government based on
    admiralty law."
    08:09 "When officers arrived less than five minutes later, Doll said,
    the man pointed the crossbow at them near Huffman and Industry Way.
    Two officers fired their weapons and the man was shot in the leg. Doll
    said police were still determining if the man fired the crossbow."
    10:24 "After identifying themselves, the officers ordered Wilson to
    drop the firearm. The police department said Wilson didn't listen to
    the commands, and ran toward the officers while pointing his gun at
    them. The two officers fired their weapons, striking Wilson."
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    SUMMARY
    In this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, a SWAT
    team gets into a shootout with and a barricaded suspect. Also, the
    legality of a search and seizure by 3 Newton officers is questioned
    and a judge expected to render a decision on Tuesday.
    In Anchorage, Alaska, a man has been charged for pointing a loaded
    crossbow at officers to which officers responded with shots fired.
    While in Tampa, a man armed with a gun ran towards officers and was
    shot. The suspect is in stable condition.
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    HIGHLIGHTS
    00:21 Swat team engage barricaded man, suspect killed
    02:42 Stop, search and seizure of 3 Newton officers questioned in
    court
    07:26 Man points crossbow at officers, suffers non-lifethreatening
    wounds
    09:42 Armed Tampa man who rushes police is shot
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    RESOURCES
    http://nationalpolice.org/

    • 11 Min.
    National Police Association Podcast #24 Cop killer asks for parole, Officer shoots in defense of her family, and Fallen officers recognized with memorial

    National Police Association Podcast #24 Cop killer asks for parole, Officer shoots in defense of her family, and Fallen officers recognized with memorial

    QUOTES
    01:05 "So they went to a gun shop and bought $200 in ammunition to
    take home with them, Murderpedia reported. Then Vodochodsky called 911
    for help while his co-defendant set up to wait with his gun for
    responding units so that he could systematically kill the officers."
    04:02 “The smirking coward below will come up for parole in March of
    this year,” Sheriff Soward continued. “I have initiated a campaign to
    give the friends and family of these three officers more justice and
    peace of mind and keep Vodochodsky in prison as long as possible."
    05:00 "Bishop fired her CMPD-issued gun after multiple people
    approached the couple in a south Charlotte parking lot just after
    midnight and tried to rob her husband at gunpoint, according to a CMPD
    news release. At least one of them “returned fire before fleeing,”
    police said in the release."
    06:07 "A police officer was taken to hospital and another person has
    died after a tense confrontation in the heart of South Beach led to
    the officer's stabbing and ended with law enforcers opening fire,
    officials said."
    06:27 "Cellphone video recorded by a tourist shows 4 Miami Beach
    police officers pointing their guns at a man. Seconds later, audio
    from the cellphone video captured a pop, suggesting the man had been
    shocked with tazer by one of the officers and the officers are seen
    rushing in and surrounding the man. Moments later, at least 20
    gunshots are heard."
    09:13 "One edifice recognizes officer Corona, 22, who was shot and
    killed the night of Jan. 10, 2019, while assisting at the scene of a
    car crash at 5th and D streets. The gunman rode up on a bicycle and
    opened fire. He later took his own life after being cornered by
    police."
    09:40 "The second memorial honors Douglas Cantrill, who was shot and
    killed on Sept. 7, 1959. Cantrill Drive, where the Davis Police
    Department is located, is named in his honor. Like that of Corona,
    Cantrill had only been working a few months for Davis police."
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    SUMMARY
    In this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, a threetime
    cop killer is up for parole while a sheriff lobbies against it, a
    man and 2 teens shoot an off-duty south Charlotte cop.
    Also, in Miami Beach, an officer is stabbed and the assailant killed,
    and fallen officers are memorialized at Davis Police Department.
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    HIGHLIGHTS
    00:21 Accomplice to triple cop murder up for parole
    04:43 27-year-old and 2 teens arrested for shooting off-duty cop
    06:04 Miami Beach officers stand off with knife-wielding man, 1 dead
    08:28 2 fallen police officers memorialized
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    RESOURCES
    http://nationalpolice.org/

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    National Police Association Podcast #23 Police action shootings and other defensive actions

    National Police Association Podcast #23 Police action shootings and other defensive actions

    QUOTES

    01:32 "Harren went through the house onto the balcony to get Janovsky but Janovsky fled, going onto the roof of an attached garage and crossing to the other side of the house facing the front driveway. The complaint says Janovsky fired at Harren and missed. Janovsky then fired at Matson, who was in the driveway, and shot him in the head."

    03:56 "The welcome back event will be held at the department headquarters. There will be a private celebration for Ainsworth. Ainsworth was shot in the neck at least once on. He went into surgery after the shooting. He spent considerable time recovering at WakeMed and was released in April."

    06:04 "They encountered 34-year-old Paul Robinson in the backyard, holding a semi-automatic weapon to his neck, police said. He retreated to a shed and made two requests: that the woman he attacked come to the backyard and see him, and that officers kill him, according to police."

    08:09 "It's unknown at this time how many shots were fired, but Swain has wounds on his neck, upper arm, shoulder and ear, according to Lane. Lane says from the time deputies arrived on scene to the time Swain surrendered took about one minute. As first responders were air-lifting Swain to the hospital, he repeatedly asked them to "kill him."

    10:16 "Cooley and a female passenger fled into a house at 3610 Marigold St., where he fatally shot himself, the district attorney said. The passenger, identified as Maria Lerma, was shot by police and transported to the hospital. She survived her bullet wound."

    10:56 "The fence was built to keep officers and employees out of the public's sight to avoid another attack on law enforcement. Using community resources, the department was able to finish this project in a matter of weeks."

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    SUMMARY

    In this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, police-involved shootings dominate the reports. A Southern Minnesota man shoots several cops, leaving one in grave condition. In Houston, 3 police-involved shootings have been reported since the start of the year.

    Also, a suspect in Sequoyah County is now in stable condition after several cops shot him for pointing what turned out to be a pellet gun. And an officer who figured in a shootout involving dozens of rounds has been cleared of charges.

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    HIGHLIGHTS

    00:16 Southern Minnesota man charged with attempted murder of a cop

    03:12 Raleigh police officer shot on duty makes a full recovery

    04:34 Three police-involved shootings reported in Houston in more than a week

    07:04 Man with a pellet gun shot by police

    08:58 Greeley: Officer involved in 50 round shootout cleared of charges

    10:38 Centerton police builds an extra fence for added security

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    RESOURCES

    http://nationalpolice.org/

    • 12 Min.

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