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TigerLight Demonstrated at Beverly Hills Police Department

April 11, 2008
This week the Beverly Hills Police Department hosted training officers, tactical team leaders and patrol officers for a two-hour demo of the TigerLight non-lethal defense system.

Minneapolis Testing White Lights for Traffic Light Enforcement

April 11, 2008
To catch drivers who run red lights, police usually have to run red lights themselves, risking an accident. Minneapolis tried to fix that by using cameras to record the licenses of drivers who ran lights, but courts ruled the system was illegal.

NYPD to Institute Random Steroid Testing of Officers

April 10, 2008
The NYPD will begin random steroid testing starting July 1, police brass said Wednesday.
Tags: NYPD, Steroids

New Florida Law Would Mandate Life Sentence for Killing Cops

April 4, 2008
Murdering or trying to murder a law enforcement officer in Florida would automatically mean at least life in prison without the chance of parole under a measure that was tentatively approved in the state House of Representatives on Wednesday.

N.C. Probation Office Slammed for Releasing Murder Suspects

April 3, 2008
One after another, the mistakes mounted in the probation offices handling the cases of the men charged with murdering UNC-Chapel Hil student body president Eve Carson. Demario Atwater, 21, had not received as much as a phone call from his probation officer for more than a year. Laurence Alvin Lovette, 17, had a probation officer who, after seven months on the job, still had not received basic training or met the teenager.

Pelican Products Acquires Australian Distributor

March 31, 2008
Pelican Products, manufacturer of advanced lighting systems and virtually indestructible cases, today announced the acquisition of its Australian distributor, Pelican Products Australia Pty. Ltd.

Fed Official Refuses to Watch Video of N.Y. Auxiliary Cops Being Murdered

March 27, 2008
A Justice Department lawyer refused Wednesday to watch a harrowing video of two auxiliary cops being murdered - even though Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said it proved they were heroes who deserve federal recognition.

Pa. Judge Sentences 3 Men to Learn English or Go to Jail

March 23, 2008
An eastern Pennsylvania judge known for creative sentencing has ordered three men to learn English or go to jail.

Budget Cuts Will Force NYPD to Slash Ranks to Lowest Level in 16 Years

March 20, 2008
New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Wednesday budget cuts will reduce the force by another 1,000 cops - resulting in the smallest department in 16 years.

Feds Say 1999 MSU Arson Linked to ELF

March 13, 2008
Earlier this week U.S. Attorney Charles R. Gross, the FBI, and Michigan State University announced a four-count felony indictment charging four defendants with conspiracy to commit arson, aggravated arson, and arson in connection with the Dec. 31, 1999, arson of Agriculture Hall on the main campus of Michigan State University and the Jan. 1, 2000, arson of commercial logging equipment near Mesick, Michigan.
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