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New Tennessee DNA Law Difficult for Agencies to Enforce

February 21, 2008
Implementation of a new Tennessee law has stalled due to a lack of funding and confusion over who should collect the DNA samples now required from all those arrested for a violent crime, not just those convicted.

More Details Emerge on LAPD SWAT Siege

February 8, 2008
Los Angeles media is now reporting additional details on the LAPD SWAT standoff that left five people dead, including a decorated SWAT officer, the alleged gunman, and three members of the alleged gunman's family. Another SWAT officer was seriously wounded in the incident.

Gangs Across America Law Enforcement Group to Hold Las Vegas Conference

February 4, 2008
GangsAcrossAmerica.com, a Website and intelligence group created by cops for cops, is holding an intensive gang information-sharing conference March 20 and 21 in Las Vegas. This information-packed conference brings together respected and experienced gang experts from across America.

Arizona Deputies Find Suspect in 13-Year-Old Double Murder in Their Jail

January 30, 2008
Pima County (Ariz.) deputy sheriffs running a background check on one of their recent inmates discovered that the man—a Mexican national—is wanted in connection with a 13-year-old Tucson double homicide.

California Copper Theft Investigation Leads to Arrests of 140 on Assorted Charges

January 30, 2008
In response to a rash of copper thefts, two Northern California police departments—San Jose and Santa Clara—set up a year-long sting investigation that resulted not only in arrests for copper theft but offenses ranging from bombmaking to car theft.

Vibrating Sex Toy Triggers Bomb Scare in Sweden

January 24, 2008
A Swedish bomb squad was called out to disarm a ticking package last week. There was no bomb, but there was a vibrating sex toy.

Seattle Officer Prevents Fiery Explosion, Potential Death of Infant

January 23, 2008
A Seattle police officer stopped a mother from lighting a cigarette near an open gas can in her car at Pike Place Market Friday, likely preventing an explosion that could have killed the woman and her infant daughter strapped in the front seat.

Glendale Police Department to Patrol Super Bowl XLII on Segway PTs

January 22, 2008
Segway Inc. today announced that the Glendale Police Department will be using Segway Personal Transporters (PTs) to provide security services at Super Bowl XLII on Feb. 3. The department will use Segway i2 and x2 police models to patrol the walkways, parking lots and exhibition areas around the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. In addition, the department will also patrol NFL-sponsored events throughout the city during the days leading up to the game.

California Court Rules that San Francisco Can't Ban Guns

January 10, 2008
San Francisco's ban on handguns, which has been blocked by a legal challenge since it was approved by voters in 2005, violates state law, according to a California court.

NYPD Academy Graduates More Than 900 Officers

December 28, 2007
More than 900 new NYPD officer graduated from the Police Academy this week at a ceremony in Madison Square Garden.
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