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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.

New Government Website Helps Fight Meth Problems

September 2, 2005
In the fight against meth, individuals and communities need all the resources they can get. A new government Website seeks to put essential resources in the hands of law enforcement officers and other community members concerned for the safety of their neighborhoods and people unfairly affected by the drug trade.

Police Solve Toddler’s 1980 Murder

August 19, 2005
Police have gotten confessions from two people charged with killing a two-year-old boy in Hialeah, Fla., 25 years ago: his mother and stepfather.

IACP Recommends Head Shots for Suicide Bombers

August 5, 2005
The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) has produced a report recommending taking out suspected suicide bombers with a shot to the head, changing the common tactic of aiming for the torso. The new tactic was agreed upon to eliminate the danger of cops’ bullets detonating bombs strapped to a terrorist’s chest.

Armor Holdings to Acquire Second Chance

July 28, 2005
Armor Holdings was the successful bidder at an auction to acquire the assets of body armor manufacturer Second Chance Body Armor, based in Central Lake, Michigan.

New Documentary Follows 9/11 Volunteers

July 21, 2005
The film “Answering the Call: Ground Zero’s Volunteers,” will be released nationwide September 11. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to volunteer police, firefighter, and rescue organizations.

TASER Foundation Joins Boycott of Cop Killer Game

July 1, 2005
TASER Foundation, a non-profit foundation to honor fallen law enforcement officers and provide one time financial grants to their families, has joined Sen. Charles Schumer, law enforcement agencies, and family members in their call for retailers and distributors not to stock the new Eidos video, "25 to Life."

COPS Seeks to Reduce School Bomb Threats

June 20, 2005
As the school year comes to a close, a new guide could help reduce end-of-school-year bomb threats and help prepare for the next school year.

Rate of Family Violence Dropped

June 16, 2005
Incidence of family violence among victims 12 and older fell by more than fifty percent between 1993 and 2002, according to the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS).

Tucson Border Strategy Comes Under Fire

June 2, 2005
Authorities are questioning the reasons why no permanent checkpoints exist in southern Arizona, the nation’s only border patrol sector without them.
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