Mother of police shooting victim Tangaru Turia ‘shocked’ at firearms training ramp-up

The mother of a man shot dead by police in Auckland earlier this year is “shocked” and disappointed that police are ramping up firearms training. More than 200 additional police officers will be qualified at the armed offender squad standard, following a $45 million Government investment in frontline officers’ safety. They will be rostered on-shift to help with dog units

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Israeli police question suspect over alleged kidnapping of orphan

Israeli police question suspect over alleged kidnapping from Italy of boy, 6, at the centre of custody battle after being orphaned in Italian cable car disaster Eitan Biran, six, miraculously survived the May 23 cable car tragedy in the Alps  His mother, father, younger brother and great-grandparents all lost their lives  He was living with his paternal aunt Aya Biran-Nirko

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Schoolboy in Hulk outfit physically attacked by woman at doctor’s surgery

A young schoolboy dressed as The Hulk has been verbally and physically assaulted by a middle-aged woman outside a doctor’s surgery. The 56-year-old woman was spotted attacking the young lad outside Cranleigh Medical Practice in Surrey at around 4pm on Thursday, September 2. Surrey Police revealed yesterday, September 5, that a woman has been arrested for occasioning actual bodily harm.

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Police search for teen with learning disabilities missing from Bombay

Police have asked for the public’s help in finding a teenager with Asperger syndrome and learning difficulties who has been missing from her South Auckland home since yesterday. Eighteen-year-old Kylie White was last seen by her family at their Bombay home at 6pm on Wednesday. She was wearing socks but no shoes, a turquoise green jumper and dark blue track

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Capitol Police officer exonerated in Ashli Babbitt shooting on Jan. 6

The United States Capitol Police Office of Professional Responsibility has cleared the officer involved in the shooting of Ashli Babbitt, U.S. Capitol Police announced in a press release on Monday, saying that officer “will not be facing internal discipline.” An internal investigation found the actions of the officer were “lawful and within Department policy,” it said. Babbitt can be seen

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Police probe whether Tesla which mowed down seven was on autopilot

Police probe whether Tesla Model 3 was on autopilot when it mowed down six schoolchildren and parent outside £36,000-a-year Ardingly College in Sussex Emergency services scrambled to the scene of the crash at 4.30pm on Monday  A boy, eight, reportedly trapped under the car, was flown to hospital in London He is being treated for what police call serious but

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