The White House on Tuesday released a letter written by President Obama addressing officers around the country and offering condolences.
A deadly shooting in Baton Rouge left three police officers dead and three others wounded early Sunday morning.
The National Institute of Justice has asked for public feedback on the generic baseline specifications for law enforcement service pistols equipped with a smart safety device.
Both Bush and Obama praised the officers who were assassinated, naming each of them and giving details of their lives and their families.
Speaking from the Old State House in Springfield, Illinois, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Wednesday called for racial unity and common sense steps to prevent gun violence.
The focus of President Obama’s speech Tuesday in Dallas at the memorial service for five fallen officers was acknowledging issues rather than dismissing them to resolve problems like racial bias.
A We The People online petition started the day before last week’s ambush that left five Dallas police officers dead has reached the goal needed to get a response from the White House.
In a NATO summit in Warsaw, President Obama declared legal gun ownership to be a cause of tension between police officers
As official statements have excluded one of the most hot-button pieces of information, some have leapt at the opportunity to fill in the blanks with often agenda-driven speculation.
On the heels of another shooting, advocates against militarization fear last week’s attack could push more departments to consider a tactical approach.