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S.A.B.L.E. Executive Director Named to Homeland Security Post

June 22, 2007
Dan Corsentino, the executive director of Silver State Helicopters' Specialized Airborne Law Enforcement (S.A.B.L.E.) program, has been appointed to the Homeland Security Advisory Council Emergency Responders Senior Advisory Committee. In his new post, Corsentino will provide advice and recommendations with regard to homeland security issues.

Illegal Immigrants Setting Wildfires to Deter Law Enforcement

June 19, 2007
Foreign immigrants seeking to sneak across the U.S. border illegally are setting wildfires as a means to "smoke-out" observation posts and patrol routes, therefore hindering border agents attempting to do their jobs.

Law Enforcement, FBI Vet Joins Office of Congressional Affairs

May 31, 2007
Richard C. Powers, a 17-year FBI veteran and esteemed law enforcement officer, has been named as the new Assistant Director of the FBI's Office of Congressional Affairs.

San Diego Motorcycle Rally to Remember Fallen Local Officer

May 10, 2007
The roar of hundreds of motorcycle engines will resound through North San Diego County on Saturday, May 12th, as off-duty cops and their friends and supporters ride in memory of Officer Dan Bessant of the Oceanside (Calif.) Police Department, who was shot and killed last December.

Police Hope Billboard Will Help Catch Accused Rapist

April 12, 2007
Police are hoping a new billboard featuring the sketch of an accused rapist will help them catch the man. The billboard features a sketch of a man accused of raping a woman a Kansas City, Mo., apartment complex in December.

5.11 Markets New 3-in-1 Patrol Bag

March 15, 2007
5.11’s new 3-in-1 Patrol bag offers a completely updated design for patrol, range, and travel.

Judge Restricts New York Police Surveillance

February 15, 2007
In a rebuke of a surveillance practice greatly expanded by the New York Police Department after the Sept. 11 attacks, a federal judge ruled today that the police must stop the routine videotaping of people at public gatherings unless there was an indication that unlawful activity may occur.

Seminar Trains Handlers to Aid Injured K-9s

January 25, 2007
K-9 Down is a specialized training program for working dog handlers and emergency professionals who respond to injured K-9s.

Hip-Hop Car Stunt Leaves 2 Dead

December 29, 2006
"Ghost riding the whip" — a stunt in which a driver gets out of his car and dances around and on top of the slowly moving vehicle to a thumping hip-hop beat — has gotten at least two people killed, led to numerous injuries and alarmed police on the West Coast and beyond.

YouTube Helps Police Find Murder Suspect

December 21, 2006
A video posted on the ultra-popular Web site YouTube has helped Canadian police find a man they believe responsible for a murder.
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