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Carjacker Crashes, Gets Lost, Calls Cops

December 29, 2006
A carjacker in Florida called 911 and turned himself in to police after he crashed a stolen SUV twice and got lost during his escape from the crime scene.

Baltimore Police to Track Gangs with Web Database

December 21, 2006
Law enforcement officers will soon be able to tap into an Internet-based database filled with information about gang members and their activities throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, federal officials announced in Baltimore yesterday.

San Francisco PD to Ease Pot Enforcement

November 22, 2006
The Board of Supervisors gave final approval Tuesday to legislation that would set most marijuana-related crimes as the lowest law enforcement priority for the San Francisco Police Department.

Law Enforcement Officers to Be Out in Force on Thanksgiving Weekend

November 22, 2006
With the Thanksgiving holiday travel period starting today, safety experts are advising people to buckle up before and after they gobble up.

Three Officers Inducted Into IACP/Dupont Kevlar Survivors Club

November 9, 2006
At this year’s IACP show in Boston, Officer Daniel Starr (Houston PD), Det. Daniel Sivori (Connecticut State Police) and Officer John Wrigley (Chicago PD) were inducted into the Survivors Club, which now includes more than 3,000 members who were saved from death or injury by wearing ballistic vests.

Valhalla Training Center Offers Winter Training Season

November 2, 2006
Valhalla Training Center is announcing its first-ever winter training season at the reality-based training facility located at the Elk Mountain Resort.

How-To Guide for Removing Data from Storage Media Available

September 28, 2006
Before ditching or donating that used computer, CD, or other data-storage media, sensitive or personal information should be properly “sanitized,” according to a new guide from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

FBI Says Violent Crime Rose in 2005

September 18, 2006
Violent crime rose 2.3 percent last year, the first increase since 2001, the FBI reported Monday.

House Passes Border Fence Bill; GOP Vows to Boost LE Staffing, Funding

September 1, 2006
The House voted Thursday to build more than 700 miles of fencing along the U.S.- Mexico border --- one of several enforcement measures promised by Republican leaders before the November midterm election.

MADD Issues Courtroom Tips to Keep Drunk Drivers Off the Road

August 31, 2006
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is partnering with law enforcement nationwide to ensure drunk drivers stay off the roads. To do this, the organization is providing law enforcement with tips for testifying in court to ensure that their roadside arrest is not pled down later and offenders are not allowed to get back behind the wheel too soon.
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