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33,000 California Sex Offenders Missing

January 8, 2003
California has lost track of more than 33,000 convicted sex offenders, although a law requires all rapists and child molesters to register each year

Maine Sheriff Suggests Regionalized Policing

December 27, 2002
Sheriff Philip Cote of York County, Maine, says now is the time to regionalize the county's municipal police departments and charge rural towns a premium for sheriff's patrol services.

Bell Offers Night Vision Helicopter Course

December 18, 2002
Bell Helicopter has developed a new training program to teach law enforcement officers how to fly using night vision goggles (NVG). The program is designed for experienced pilots and includes routine flying with NVG systems, pursuit flying, and even emergency procedures.

Broward County Truancy Program Trips Juvenile Crime

December 18, 2002
Although it's not illegal for students to skip school in the state of Florida, Broward County authorities saw a correlation between truancy and crime and enlisted the Sheriff's Office in an anti-truancy program. The result has been a marked drop in both truancy and youth crime.

Course Gives Teens a Taste of Law Enforcement Careers

December 11, 2002
A 10-week program in Los Angeles' Valley introduces high school students to fire and police careers with hands-on learning.

Boston Duck Tours Offers Free Rides

November 6, 2002
To honor veterans of war and show appreciation for current police officers and firefighters, Boston Duck Tours will offer free tours of historic Boston from November 11 through November 15, the week of Veterans Day.

FCC Pushes for National E-911 Wireless Carrier

October 16, 2002
The Federal Communications Commission's E-911 enforcement action regarding AT&T Wireless outlines a deployment plan with specific deadlines for a national GSM wireless carrier.

Antiquated Databases Hinder Terrorism Tracking

July 11, 2002
Government agency computer systems are having a hard time keeping up with the influx of terrorist-related information since Sept. 11.

First NYPD Recruits Since 9/11

July 9, 2002
The mayor and police commissioner of New York City have sworn in the first class of NYPD recruits since Sept. 11, charging them with the difficult task of fighting everything from low-level crime to international terrorism.
Tags: 9/11, NYPD

Congress Funds Seat Belt Campaign Aimed at Teens

May 20, 2002
Aided by a $10 million federally funded advertising campaign, the largest nationwide seat belt enforcement push ever will place special emphasis on protecting teens and young adults this Memorial Day week.
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