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Des Moines Teen Slips Through Handcuffs, Twice

September 27, 2007
A 16-year-old Des Moines, Iowa, girl slipped out of police handcuffs twice last week during an incident involving underage drinking.

DuPont Plans to Invest $500 Million to Increase Capacity for Kevlar

September 22, 2007
DuPont has announced production expansion plans for its high performance Kevlar para-aramid brand fiber. DuPont plans to invest over $500 million in a multi-phase production expansion starting with a Kevlar polymer expansion in Richmond, Va., later this year.

Killer of Witness in Philly Murder Case Gets Death Sentence

September 21, 2007
On Feb. 3, 2006, Thomas spotted Allen on the street and opened fire. Allen ran, but Thomas chased him. Thomas brought Allen down and then pumped three bullets into him as he lay helpless in the street.

Miami Copkiller Suspect Slain in Condo Shootout

September 14, 2007
Shawn Sherwin LaBeet, the man suspected of murdering one Miami-Dade officer and wounding three others, was shot and killed last night in a shootout with police.

Toronto Police Service Selects TranTech to Expand Video Interviewing Capabilities

August 30, 2007
TranTech, provider of Video Interview Solutions (VIS), has been selected by the Toronto Police Service to capture video evidence from booking, breath test, and suspect interview processes.

Four S.C. Men Charged in School Bombing Plot

August 24, 2007
York County (S.C.) Sheriff’s deputies arrested four men yesterday and charged them with plotting to bomb a school in nearby Charlotte. The bombing was reportedly intended to distract Charlotte police so that the men could rob a credit union.

IACP Launches Distance Learning Initiative

July 19, 2007
The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) today announced its partnership with The Response Network (TRN), of Hanover, N.H., to make distance learning more accessible and affordable for law enforcement agencies.

Evidence Photographers Group Joins Forces with Professional Association

July 5, 2007
Two already powerful associations have teamed up to tackle issues photographers face. The Evidence Photographers International Council (EPIC), the premier association for evidence and forensic photography, recently joined forces with the Alliance of Visual Artists (AVA), the world's largest umbrella group of professional photography associations.

TASER Partners with iRobot

July 2, 2007
TASER International has teamed with PackBot manufacturer iRobot to develop robots that will help law enforcement agencies incapacitate and control dangerous suspects from a safe distance without exposing law enforcement and bystanders to potential harm. The new robots will incorporate TASER's trademark stun gun technology.

Shelby Amendment Safeguarding Law Enforcement Passes

July 2, 2007
A law enforcement-friendly amendment attached to a spending bill and sponsored by Sen. Richard Shelby cleared the Senate Appropriations Committee with a definitive 19-10 vote victory. Similar language was approved by a House subcommittee.
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