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Changes Made to Key Federal Security Publication

August 16, 2006
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is requesting comments on one of the key standards and guidelines developed to help federal agencies improve their security.

Workshop to Discuss Suicide Bombers and IED Threat

August 16, 2006
The FBI and DHS are warning state and local partners to be on the alert for suicide bombers using large vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices (LVBIED) and man-portable/hand-carried IEDs. Homeland Defense Journal's Managing the Threat of Suicide Bombers and Improvised Explosive Devices will provide useful information based on U.S. and other international case studies. It will take place Sep. 26-27 in Arlington, Virginia.

NYPD Uses Visualization Technology to Speed up Investigation Process

July 20, 2006
Prochart visualization technology from ABM America is being used operationally at the New York City Police Department’s Real Time Crime Center.

Man Gets 20 Years For Crashing Into Police Cars

July 6, 2006
A man who crashed a stolen car into two police vehicles in Pearl City has been sentenced to prison. Thomas Green was given a 20-year term.

Gangs Infiltrate U.S. Military

May 5, 2006
The Gangster Disciples, Latin Kings and Vice Lords were born decades ago in Chicago's most violent neighborhoods. Now, their gang graffiti is showing up 6,400 miles away in one of the world's most dangerous neighborhoods -- Iraq.

Team One Network to Open Branch in Europe

April 6, 2006
Team One Network, which provides training to law enforcement and the military, has announced plans to open Team One Network Europe. Coordinated by SETA International in Germany, the enterprise will provide a complete line of courses taught in both English and German.

'Minutiae’ Fingerprint Matching Can Be Accurate

March 30, 2006
A new study shows that investigators don't necessarily need an entire fingerprint for accurate matches.

Police: Car Prowler Brings Son to Work

March 16, 2006
There are many bring-a-child-to-work days, but none like what police in this Seattle suburb say they encountered early Monday — a 10-year-old boy watching his father and two other men burglarize motor vehicles.

Cisco Systems Receives Award for First Responder IT

March 9, 2006
Cisco Systems is the recipient of the 2005 Award for Technology Leadership for its Metropolitan Mobile Network solution, which provides broadband wireless access to first responder agencies.

Police Advisory Board Member to Host TV Show

January 12, 2006
Dave Young, a long-time Police Advisory Board member, is co-hosting a television show on the National Geographic Channel called "Crash Test Human," airing its premiere on January 16 at 10 p.m. Eastern and Pacific.
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