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A policewoman said the defendant threw herself down on the floor and turned physically violent when they tried to handcuff her.
Jemar Modequillo, Caloocan police chief, said the pistol seized from the suspect bore the serial number PNP75017, which had a match in Camp Crame's list of service firearms, but that it was still being checked at press time if it was the one issued to the policewoman.
I approached the woman with a colleague to take her into holding because I was told her stay was going to be terminated," said the policewoman.
The policewoman, who witnessed the scene from behind a glass door, asked the inmate to stop and come to the prison office.
At the other, a Palestinian stabbed a border policewoman, who later succumbed to her wounds, Israeli news outlets reported.
The policewoman said she offered to call an ambulance but the woman said it wasn't necessary.
The watchdog's probe also uncovered how the senior officer, when interviewed under caution, did not disclose the amount of phone contact he actually had with the policewoman who worked in his unit.
He said these policewoman have also contributed to expanding social services in communities as well as protecting the youth from illegal drug trade.
LASHKARGAH (Pajhwok): A policewoman has been gunned down inside her residence in the Greshk district of southern Helmand province on Tuesday, security official said.
Also, being a policewoman does not guarantee protection from sexual harassment.
KABUL Thu Jan 16, 2014(Reuters) - An Afghan policewoman took charge of a district in the capital Kabul this week, such an unusual and dangerous appointment in a country where women have few rights that her bosses gave her four bodyguards.