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Calif. Three-Strikes Law Could Undergo Makeover

October 14, 2004
A Nov. 2 ballot measure that amends the California three-strikes law could set free many offenders jailed under the law’s original guidelines.

Texas Officer Burned on Domestic Disturbance Call

October 7, 2004
A police officer in Harlingen, Texas, is hospitalized in critical condition after being doused with gasoline and catching on fire, say police.

New Guide Details Digital Evidence Handling

September 9, 2004
A new publication details for investigators how to locate and extract digital data for evidence without accidentally altering the files.

Unions Protest New Overtime Rules

August 26, 2004
Hundreds of workers rallied on the steps of the Labor Department in Washington this week to protest new rules that redefine what type of worker qualifies to receive overtime pay. The changes went into effect Monday.

Fear of Campus Violence Keeping Kids From School

July 29, 2004
The number of high school students staying home for fear of violence at school has increased in the last 10 years, although a government study reports that violence at schools has actually declined in the same period of time.

“Concealed Carry for Cops” Signed Into Law

July 22, 2004
President George W. Bush has signed bill H.R. 218, the “Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act,” which will allow qualified current and retired police officers to legally carry a concealed weapon in any of the 50 states while on or off duty.

DOJ To Put Violent Crime Impact Teams in 15 Communities

July 1, 2004
A new federal initiative to reduce crime will put teams of federal agents and federal prosecutors in selected cities to work with local law enforcement to identify and arrest the most violent offenders.

Air Marshals Should Go Unnoticed, Says Flight Attendant Association

July 1, 2004
The Association of Flight Attendants says the current policy that requires air marshals to wear a suit and tie and short hair endangers passengers and crew.

Standards to Help Guide Buying of Protective Equipment

May 13, 2004
Newly adopted Department of Homeland Security (DHS) standards for first-responder equipment and radiation detectors provide state and local governments with guidelines to ensure that they purchase the best available gear for public safety and counter-terrorism personnel.

Company Puts Sex Offender Registry Online

March 12, 2004
The public can now search an online sex offender registry for free through the company APSCREEN.
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