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NSW Police Officer Has Been Injured During Road Spike Deployment

A man has been charged with deliberately crashing his car into a female police officer after a high-speed pursuit on the NSW North Coast.

The 28-year-old man led officers on a 30-minute chase from Boambee East to Moonee Beach about 7am on Friday after being stopped for a random breath test.

He allegedly drove at a female officer trying to deploy road spikes to stop him.

The officer was allegedly clipped by the man’s driver’s side mirror as she jumped out of the way.

The man was arrested after driving into a dead-end street and charged with causing a police pursuit, excessive speeding, driving dangerously, using a weapon to avoid apprehension and failing to pay for petrol.

He was refused bail and is due to appear at Coffs Harbour Local Court on Saturday.

Lowlife Scum Tries To Run Over WA Police Officers Leaving One Officer Injured

Recap of earlier post: A would-be cop killer in South Lake tried to run over two South Metro Response officers before crashing his car and being apprehended as he tried to flee police on Sunday evening. Continue reading Lowlife Scum Tries To Run Over WA Police Officers Leaving One Officer Injured

Man Killed, Two Queensland Police Officers Injured In Explosion

A man has been killed and two police officers injured in an explosion at a unit in Bowen last night.

Police were called to the Williams St unit at about 9pm to conduct a welfare check when the explosion occurred. Continue reading Man Killed, Two Queensland Police Officers Injured In Explosion

16-year-old Boy Charged With Attempted Murder of Police Officer

A 16-year-old boy has appeared in court charged with the attempted murder of a police officer.

PC Guy Sinnott is in a stable condition after being stabbed once in the stomach and once in the leg after attending reports of anti-social behaviour near Bunsen House in Bow, east London, on Sunday night.

The boy, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, was remanded in custody at Stratford Youth Court.

The 16-year-old, who is also charged with possession of a bladed item, spoke only to confirm his name, age and address.

He will next appear at Snaresbrook Crown Court on December 1.

Tasmania Police Officer Injured In Car Ramming Incident

A 17-year-old Mowbray male will face court on Thursday night charged with a string of offences.

Police charged the teenager on Thursday afternoon with two counts of aggravated assault, stealing and evade police.

One aggravated assault charge and the evade police charge relate to a hit and run incident in Gaunt Street, Invermay on Wednesday night.

Police allege the 17-year-old rammed a police car and injured an officer about 8.30pm.

Police alleged he reversed out of a driveway into the police car and sped off soon after and crashed into a tree.

The officer involved suffered whiplash and was in his car looking for the alleged offender when the incident occurred.

The officer is 50 years old and has worked for the force for 33 years.

He has been granted time off work as a result of his injuries and was released from hospital on Wednesday night.

The 17-year-old’s other charges of stealing and another count of aggravated assault relate to a separate incident earlier this week.

Source: The Advocate.

Five Police Officers Injured, K9 Killed During Siege On Paris Apartment

The six-hour siege at a Parisian apartment has ended with a female suicide bomber killed as well as another suspected jihadist.

Seven others were arrested in the huge police operation targeting the “mastermind” of Friday’s terrorist attacks. The eighth suspect, Salah Abdeslam, is still at large with authorities believing he fled to Belgium immediately after Friday’s attacks.

Five police officers were injured in the raid and were given medical treatment. The terrorists also gunned down a seven-year-old sniffer dog called Diesel, sent into the block to look for booby traps, saving many lives in the process.

Police found weapons, explosives, suicide vests and plans for another terrorist attack inside the home, Europe1 Radio reports.

At least seven explosions were heard during the six-hour long operation, along with a large amount of gunfire as police carried out the early morning raid in the northern suburb of the country’s capital.

President Hollande praised the conduct of the Police and Army and said that 5000 police jobs will be created in the next two years. He said there would be no job cuts in the military until 2019.