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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.

TREXPO EAST 2006, August 22-24, Announces Multiple NEW Sponsors

August 17, 2006
TREXPO East 2006 sponsor companies are also exhibiting at the sold-out tactical response EXPO.

Non-Credit Courses Bridge Gap Between Academic and Work Worlds

July 20, 2006
Responding to the educational needs of criminal justice professionals who wish to advance their skills to advance their careers, the University of Wisconsin—Platteville has partnered with the Wisconsin Department of Justice to develop two non-credit courses for law enforcement professionals: First-Line Supervisory Training and Leadership in Police Organizations.

Murder Suspect Killed in N.C. Courthouse by Officers

July 13, 2006
An inmate who got into a scuffle with law enforcement officers in a courtroom in Northampton County was shot and killed by authorities after the inmate allegedly took a gun from a deputy and shot him, authorities said. The inmate had been transported from Raleigh for a court hearing.

Police Soccer Tournament Needs Recruits

June 29, 2006
Returning to Portland, Ore., the 27th North American Police Soccer Tournament will be held September 7-9, hosted by the Police Activities League of Greater Portland and committee members from the Portland Police Bureau.

Campaign Warns Police of Traffic Dangers

June 22, 2006
Many law enforcement officers have been needlessly killed while investigating the scenes of traffic accidents on busy roadways. But it’s possible to decrease the risk of being hit by a car when working at night or in low light: wear a reflective vest.

German Hooligans Battle World Cup Police

June 15, 2006
Five days of opening World Cup calm ended with a volley of bottles and chairs as dozens of German hooligans clashed with police Wednesday before their country's pivotal win over Poland.

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.
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