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California Law Enforcement Preparing for 4th of July, Smuggled Fireworks

June 26, 2007
With the 4th of July just around the bend, California state and local officials are preparing to put a damper on the transportation of illegal fireworks into the state this year.

Program Addressing Jihadist Movement Slated for September

June 25, 2007
Designed to teach law enforcement officials the facts about the prevalent threat radical Islam and domestic terrorism poses to the U.S., the Yakima (Wash.) Police Department will host Security Solutions International's (SSI's) two-day educational program in September.

Flavored Cocaine Alarms California Law Enforcement Officials

June 22, 2007
Setting off alarm bells and fears that the product is being targeted at a younger demographic, law enforcement officials in California's Yolo County say that a new type of cocaine is making its way into the U.S.—flavored cocaine.

HIT DNA Lab Awarded ASCLD/LAB International Accreditation

June 14, 2007
Human Identification Technologies (HIT), a private forensic casework DNA testing and consulting laboratory, has achieved recognition as the first ASCLD/LAB-International accredited DNA laboratory in California.

World Leaders Discuss Nuclear Terror Deterrents at Miami Conference

June 11, 2007
Officials from around the globe will congregate in Miami for an intensive five-day conference where they will participate in mock terrorist attacks and devise ways to track nuclear substances, safe-guard nuclear facilities, and combat trafficking of nuclear materials.

U.S, Mexican Law Enforcement Concerned Over Drug Cartel Violence Acceleration

June 7, 2007
Law enforcement officials on both sides of the border have deemed the drug cartel power struggle that is occurring in northern Mexico and its subsequent "bleed-over" into Arizona "an outright war" and an escalating concern.

9/11 Heroes Contracting Blood Cancer

June 1, 2007
An outbreak of what appears to be a blood cancer cluster has afflicted a number of 9/11 responders, including law enforcement officers, construction workers, and volunteers.

PERF Reports Violent Crime Increases in Major American Cities

May 31, 2007
Violent crime increased last year, and many cities experienced double-digit or even triple-digit percentage increases in homicides and other violence, according to the latest statistics gathered by the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), a Washington, D.C.-based organization of police chiefs, sheriffs, and other state and local law enforcement leaders.

Law Enforcement From 11 U.S. Cities and Canada Honored for Protecting Children

May 10, 2007
Fifteen law enforcement officials from throughout the U.S. and Canada were honored by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) for their extraordinary efforts in recovering missing children and resolving child sexual exploitation cases.

Utah Officer Named NLEOMF Officer of Month for Off-Duty Response

April 26, 2007
For his actions in responding to an active shooter at a Salt Lake City mall while off duty, Master Officer Ken Hammond of the Ogden City (Utah) Police Department has been named Officer of the Month for April 2007 by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. The incident is detailed in the May issue of Police Magazine.
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