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Denver Sheriff’s Video Scores Production Award

June 6, 2002
A Denver Sheriff’s Department’s recruitment video was the unlikely winner of the National Award of Excellence at the recent 2002 Videographer Awards.

Mich. Police Trade Cars for Cycles

May 30, 2002
Sgt. Chris Jahnke is one of seven Royal Oak (Mich.) PD officers involved in the department's fledgling bike patrol, established last summer. With the weather warming up, he hopes to spend about 16 hours a week in the saddle, cruising his town silently and swiftly on a specially-designed Trek police mountain bike.

BASF Land Gift Will Become Law Enforcement Training Site

March 29, 2002
BASF Corporation has announced the donation of more than 60 acres of land to the Ascension Parish, La., Sheriff's Office to be used as a site for law enforcement training.

Red Cross Liberty Fund To Go To Victims

November 14, 2001
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The American Red Cross said it will use all the money donated to the Liberty Fund for people affected by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, reversing a plan to set aside some of the money for other needs.

Local Officials Say FBI Refuses to Cooperate

November 14, 2001
NEW YORK -- Two months after state and local law enforcement officials found themselves forced onto the front lines of a global war on terrorism, many are complaining that the F.B.I. is refusing to provide them with the information they need to protect their communities.

Ashcroft Announces Immigration Crackdown

October 31, 2001
WASHINGTON -- The government has tightened its immigration policies, promising to use more extensive background checks and better intelligence-sharing to keep out suspected terrorists and their supporters.
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