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Terror Suspect Killed In Officer Involved Shooting

Jun 02, 2015 in Uncategorized
By Calibre Press

According to the Boston Police department, BPD and FBI Special Agents assigned to the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) were conducting an ongoing surveillance investigation in the area of 4600 Washington Street, Roslindale.  As part of the investigation, detectives and agents approached an individual in the convenience store parking lot to conduct a threshold inquiry. The individual, who has since been identified as Usaamah Abdullah Rahim, 26 ... Full Article »

A New Year’s Letter from the Chief

Jan 13, 2015 in Defensive Tactics & Leadership & Training
By Jeff Chudwin

Editor’s note: Following is an email the Jeff Chudwin sent out during the holidays to his closest friends in law enforcement and the military. In it he addresses the current state of community-police relations and international threats. Chief Chudwin is a man whose words, through earned experience, carry weight. Enjoy, but take care!To all law enforcement and military service men and women serving at home and worldwide: Best to you this New... Full Article »

Weekly Briefing: January 12, 2015

Jan 12, 2015 in Law Enforcement Today
By Calibre Press

Officer Down: ODMP Remembers Police Officer Craig Chandler Terror in Paris:What We Know about the terrorist attack in Paris These attacks becoming far too common Man killed by San Francicso Police leaves Suicide Note: He pulled what appeared to be a gun on 3 SFPD sergeants San Francisco police said a search of the mobile phone of the dead man revealed a letter in which the man took responsibility for his own death, SFGate.com reported.... Full Article »

To Protect a City

Jan 10, 2015 in Law Enforcement Today & Leadership & Patrol
By Nick Selby

It got no easier to watch. Another city, placed into lockdown, after a senseless and cowardly act of terror galvanized its populace into grim determination. Even before the shock could pass, before the mourning could begin, the sound of more gunfire echoed through the streets.In Paris and across France we saw, as we saw in New York and in Boston, every single person with a badge and a gun ran towards the gunfire. Hours after the shootings at ... Full Article »

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