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UofL worker shot in robbery near NuLu Louisville Metro Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
  Monday, July 28th, 2014
Michael McKay - Courier~Journal Michael McKay Courier~Journal - Louisville, Kentucky Courier~Journal
UofL worker shot in robbery near NuLu

Louisville Metro Police were investigating a shooting east of downtown near the popular NuLu neighborhood Monday morning that injured two men, including an information technology worker at the University of Louisville.

The 8:30 a.m. shooting occurred during a robbery near Jackson and Liberty streets at the Marshall Court apartments across from St. Boniface Catholic Church, said LMPD spokesman Dwight Mitchell. Both men were armed and shot each other, he said. Both were taken to University of Louisville Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

 
 
Jeffersontown Police chief talks about Tuesday’s police chase Jeffersontown Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
  Friday, July 25th, 2014
WHAS 11 - Louisville, Kentucky WHAS 11
Jeffersontown Police chief talks about Tuesday’s police chase

The day after a 58 minute car chase wrecked six police cars and spanned from Jeffersontown all the way to Pleasure Ridge Park, Jeffersontown Police Chief Rick Sanders has had a chance to breathe and look back on how fortunate it is that no one was hurt.

"Also realize there is a lot of luck involved with this," he said with a smile. "I thank God was on our side and I'm glad he was because nobody was injured."

 
 
IMPD officer dies after alley gun battle Indianapolis Metro Police Department - Indianapolis, Indiana
  Sunday, July 6th, 2014
John Tuohy - The Indianapolis Star John Tuohy The Indianapolis Star - Indianapolis, Indiana The Indianapolis Star
UPDATED: Sunday, July 6th, 2014 @ 11:43AM
IMPD officer dies after alley gun battle

An Indianapolis Metropolitan Police officer died after a gunfight Saturday night in an alley on the city's east side.

Officer Perry Renn, a 22-year veteran, was pronounced dead at Eskenazi Hospital.

"Yes, an officer was attacked tonight, but the city of Indianapolis was attacked tonight," Public Safety Director Troy Riggs told reporters outside the hospital.

 
 
Former officer fought to end disability and return to work Louisville Metro Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
  Thursday, July 3rd, 2014
WDRB 41 - Louisville, Kentucky WDRB 41
Former officer fought to end disability and return to work

We've all heard of people fighting to get on disability, but not off of it.

A former Metro police officer, who lost his leg, fought to end his benefits. "I was hired in 1989, road Dixie Highway on 3rd shift and then in 1996 I went to the K-9 Unit," said Kevin Huber, Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputy.

After nearly 20 years as a local police officer, Kevin Huber was forced to retire because of several failed knee replacements.

 
 
Group alleges LMPD racially profiled teens, calls for more oversight Louisville Metro Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
  Friday, June 27th, 2014
Scott Adkins - WAVE 3 Scott Adkins WAVE 3 - Louisville, Kentucky WAVE 3
Group alleges LMPD racially profiled teens, calls for more oversight

A group is calling for more oversight over Louisville Metro police after a grand jury decided there wasn't enough evidence to prosecute four young men after a night of teen violence.

The Kentucky Alliance Against Racist and Political Oppression wants an elected group of citizens controlling Louisville Metro Police Department.

Kathleen Parks, chair of the Kentucky Alliance, is proposing a Civilian Police Accountability Council.

 
 
Mob violence OT costs city almost $1 million Louisville Metro Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
  Wednesday, June 11th, 2014
Clair Galofaro - Courier~Journal Clair Galofaro Courier~Journal - Louisville, Kentucky Courier~Journal
Mob violence OT costs city almost $1 million

When a teenage mob terrorized Louisville's downtown last March, the startled citizenry demanded more cops to control the heart of their city. The mayor and police chief faced a conundrum.

Shift cops downtown from other parts of the city, or quickly burn through the police department's overtime budget. They chose to spend the money.

Police officers logged more than 25,000 hours in overtime during the six weeks between the March 22 unrest and the Derby. It cost just shy of $1 million, a 40 percent increase in overtime payments from the same stretch of time the year before, according to department records.

 
 
Metro Council members offer plan to reduce LG&E fee for new police officers Louisville Metro Government - Louisville, Kentucky
  Wednesday, June 4th, 2014
WDRB 41 - Louisville, Kentucky WDRB 41
Metro Council members offer plan to reduce LG&E fee for new police officers

Louisville Metro Council members are expected Thursday to offer a plan for LG&E natural gas customers to pay a smaller increase in their bills for expanded police services, as proposed in Mayor Fischer's 2014-15 city budget.

The measure would propose a fee ranging from a minimum of 1.5 percent to a maximum of 2 percent, reducing the total LG&E franchise fee by $1.8 million. Fischer promoted his plan at 3 percent with an average natural gas customer in Louisville Metro, except for those in incorporated small cities, paying an additional $20 per year. The council plan would reduce added costs to $12 per year on average.

 
 
Kenton Buckner chosen to lead Little Rock Arkansas Police Department Louisville Metro Police Department - Louisville, Kentucky
  Thursday, May 29th, 2014
 
Kenton Buckner chosen to lead Little Rock Arkansas Police Department

Little Rock City Manager Bruce T. Moore announced today that he had selected Kenton T. Buckner to become the next Chief of Police for the City of Little Rock.

Chief Buckner, who currently serves as Assistant Chief of the Louisville Metro Police Department, will become the 37th leader of the Little Rock Police Department, which was established in 1866. He will succeed Chief Stuart Thomas who is retiring at the end of June after serving as Chief since March 2005. Chief Buckner's first day on the job in Little Rock will be June 30, 2014.

 
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