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Mexico Keeping Slaying Suspect

June 8, 2006
Law enforcement officials Monday said it could take years before the man accused of killing Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy David March is brought back to the U.S. to face justice.

National Association of School Resource Officers to Launch Innovative School Shooter Simulation Training

May 5, 2006
Prior to the Columbine High School shooting in 1999, school-based law enforcement personnel were not trained to deal with an active shooter on a school campus.

Rethinking Sex Offender Laws a Tough Sell

April 20, 2006
The killings of two men listed on Maine's Internet sex offender registry may offer a grim lesson about the consequences of such registry laws, but defense lawyers and crime researchers question whether a thoughtful national debate on the subject is possible.

Police Searching For Rape Suspect Who Stole Unmarked Car

April 13, 2006
Police in Florida are searching for a rape suspect who stole an unmarked police car that he ditched before taking off on foot. The green Dodge Intrepid was found in the parking lot of a townhouse, but Carlos Garay has still not been located.

American Kennel Club Seeks Entries for K-9 Excellence Awards

March 30, 2006
If your K-9 has played a role in a dramatic rescue or other exemplary act, you can nominate him for an American Kennel Club Award for Canine Excellence (AKC ACE).

Two Cops Die Running L.A. Marathon

March 20, 2006
Two men, both veteran law enforcement officers, suffered fatal heart attacks while running in Sunday's Los Angeles Marathon, marking the first deaths in the event since 1990, organizers said on Monday.

DOJ Releases Forensic DNA Interactive Training Tool

February 23, 2006
The Department of Justice has issued an interactive electronic training program, Principles of Forensic DNA for Officers of the Court, to educate criminal justice professionals and other practitioners about the science of DNA analysis and the legal issues regarding the use of DNA in the courtroom.

Purina Unleashes Working Dog Website

January 26, 2006
Purina’s new Website contains information to help working dogs reach their full potential. Updates are added to the site on an ongoing basis.

Deadline Nears for All-America City Award Noms

January 26, 2006
Communities still have about six weeks to complete their applications for the All-America City Award.

Proposed Washington Law Focuses on Meth Users, Not Makers

January 19, 2006
After years of targeting home-based methamphetamine laboratories, state and law enforcement officials are shifting focus, taking aim at meth addicts themselves. Attorney General Rob McKenna, along with the 26-member task force “Operation: Allied Against Meth,” is backing legislation that focuses on longer prison sentences and emphasizes substance abuse treatment.
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