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COPS Office Releases Study on Drunk Driving

July 20, 2006
A new guide from the DOJ identifies factors behind drunk driving and repeat offenses.

Harvard Group’s Fatigue Management Program Still Accepting Participants

July 11, 2006
The Harvard Work Hours, Health and Safety Group is still seeking participation in an important health initiative whose ultimate aim is to reduce the impact of fatigue in police departments across the U.S. and Canada.

DOJ Chooses SmartDraw’s Legal Graphics Software

June 15, 2006
SmartDraw, a publisher of legal graphics software, announced that the United States Department of Justice (DOJ), the world's largest law office, has signed a licensing agreement for 25,000 seats of the SmartDraw Legal Solution.

DHS Seeks Interoperability Survey Respondents

June 15, 2006
In an effort to assess the capacity for interoperable communications among public safety agencies nationwide, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s SAFECOM Program has invited more than 22,000 randomly selected law enforcement, fire, and emergency response organizations to participate in the National Interoperability Baseline Survey.

Officers’ Shooting Deaths Prompt Security Review

June 8, 2006
Fairfax County has launched a security review of all its police, fire and sheriff's buildings, a process that will try to balance safety for employees with continued access for the public, after the fatal shootings of two police officers outside the Sully District station.

Muhammad Gets Six Life Terms in Maryland Trial

June 1, 2006
Twice-convicted sniper John Allen Muhammad was sentenced Thursday to six consecutive life terms in prison with no possibility of parole, a sentence prosecutors consider insurance in case his Virginia death sentence is ever overturned.

NAPO Hands Out Top Cops Awards

May 25, 2006
Held on May 12 during National Police Week, this year’s Top Cops awards ceremony honored law enforcement officers from Alabama, California, Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, North Carolina and Virginia, Rhode Island, and Tennessee who went above and beyond the call of duty.

AP: Many Immigrant Smugglers Not Prosecuted

May 25, 2006
The vast majority of people caught smuggling immigrants across the border near San Diego are never prosecuted for the offense, demoralizing the Border Patrol agents making the arrests, according to an internal document obtained by The Associated Press.

NRA Wants Gun Pledge From Police, Mayors

May 25, 2006
Alarmed by the way authorities confiscated guns in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, the National Rifle Association has called on all police chiefs and mayors to sign a pledge that they will never forcibly disarm law-abiding citizens.

Columbine Video Game Draws Relatives' Ire

May 18, 2006
An online game based on the Columbine High School massacre is drawing criticism from relatives of those who died in the 1999 attack, including a father who says it trivializes the actions of the two teen killers.
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