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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.

Miami Jail Escapee Recaptured, Police Say

January 12, 2006
An inmate who escaped from the same jail complex where a serial rape suspect fled last month was recaptured Thursday, police said.

Honda Civic Among Most-Stolen Vehicles in 2004

December 8, 2005
The 1995 Honda Civic was the vehicle most reported stolen in 2004, according to a nonprofit group that reports insurance crimes.

Young Experience More Nonfatal Violence than Adults

December 1, 2005
During the period 1993-2003, juveniles ages 12-17 experienced average annual rates of nonfatal violence that were about 2.5 times higher than the rate for adults, according to a Department of Justice report.

Heart Association Offers New CPR Guidelines

December 1, 2005
"Push hard, push fast" next time you give CPR to someone having cardiac arrest, say new, simpler guidelines in a radical departure from past advice. Putting the emphasis on chest compressions instead of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, the American Heart Association now urges people to give 30 compressions instead of 15 for every two rescue breaths.

Golden Gate Bridge Toll Collectors Get Body Armor

November 23, 2005
Toll collectors at San Francisco's landmark Golden Gate Bridge have been issued body armor to guard against armed bandits.

New North Carolina Law Calls for More Paroles

October 24, 2005
Even many legislators were unaware that part of North Carolina’s budget bill that was approved in August says the state’s Parole Commission should aim to parole at least 20 percent of inmates eligible for parole who were sent to prison before structured sentencing guidelines took effect in 1994.

ATF Works with Kentucky Bomb Squads to Investigate Explosives Incidents

October 20, 2005
In Louisville, Ky., members of the Kentucky Explosives Incident Response Task Force (KEIRTF) were federally deputized. The deputization of state and local officers who are members of the task force allows them to assist ATF in explosives-related incidents which may occur outside their normal areas of jurisdiction.

CBP K-9 Voted as America's Favorite Working Dog

September 22, 2005
U.S. Customs and Border Protection K-9 Jacko was honored at a ceremony in New York as the winner of the third annual "Paws to Recognize" tribute to working dogs voting contest.

Fellow Officers Need Your Help

September 8, 2005
Hundreds of law enforcement professionals have been left homeless and impoverished by Hurricane Katrina. You can help.
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