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NYPD to Equip Volunteers with Ballistic Vests

March 29, 2007
In the wake of the fatal shootings of two NYPD volunteers earlier this month, New York City is planning to spend $3.3 million to equip its auxiliary officers with ballistic vests.

Police: Wiretap Law Needs To Include Cell Phones, E-Mail

March 21, 2007
Police are advocating a bill that would let them intercept cell phone calls and e-mails in Indiana with a judge's approval -- something the state's current wiretap law doesn't allow.

Two NYPD Volunteers Killed in Shooting Rampage

March 15, 2007
Three people, including two unarmed volunteer NYPD officers, were killed by a gunman who went on a shooting spree last night in Greenwich Village. The gunman was killed by responding officers.

TREXPO West Opens Monday in Long Beach

March 15, 2007
The annual TREXPO West conference and trade show starts Monday at the Long Beach (Calif.) Convention Center.

Agencies Simulate Cuban Influx

March 8, 2007
More than 85 federal and local law enforcement agencies kicked off a two-day exercise in Florida Wednesday to prepare for a possible mass migration from the Caribbean, such as might occur following a change in government in Cuba.

Mexico Police Encouraged to Book 'em

February 15, 2007
The police department is urging its officers to read books by Bertolt Brecht, Raymond Carver and others as part of a broad cultural education program aimed at cutting down on graft within the force.

New York May Ban iPods While Crossing Street

February 8, 2007
New Yorkers who blithely cross the street listening to an iPod or talking on a cell phone could soon face a $100 fine.

"Too Tired to Walk," Man Steals Police Car

February 8, 2007
A Japanese man told police he stole a patrol car that had been left idling outside a post office in Gunma, north of Tokyo, because he was too tired to walk home.

MySpace to Distribute Amber Alerts

January 25, 2007
The social-networking Website MySpace.com will now distribute Amber alerts to members notifying them of missing children in their communities.

Johns Hopkins Doctors Join Maryland State Police Tactical Medical Program

January 4, 2007
Maryland state troopers in high-risk situations will now have emergency physician care just steps away, thanks to a new partnership with the nation’s leading hospital.
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