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Group Identifies Best Data Archiving Techniques

February 3, 2005
With agencies storing so much important information on CDs and DVDs, it’s important that the data remain as protected as possible in the years to come. A recent research project has found the best disks and methods to use to accomplish this goal.

Man on Death Row Asks For Execution

January 13, 2005
Michael Ross, convicted of multiple murders, is now volunteering to end all appeals of his death sentence so he can be executed.

2004 Line-of-Duty Death Toll: 154

December 30, 2004
A total of 154 law enforcement officers died while on the job in 2004, according to statistics compiled by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) and Concerns of Police Survivors from reports until Dec. 24.

Former Employee Accused of Giving Officers’ Personal Info to Drug Users

December 30, 2004
A woman who used to work in the city personnel office of Wichita Falls, Texas, has been accused of giving personal information about police officers to drug users as payment for her ex-husband’s drug debts.

Kerik Withdraws From Consideration

December 14, 2004
Bernard Kerik, former New York police commissioner and an ex-military man, withdrew his nomination as secretary of homeland security in a call to Bush that surprised the president and his administration.

Kerik Nominated for Homeland Security Post

December 3, 2004
President Bush has chosen Bernard Kerik, who served as New York police commissioner when the 9/11 attack happened, to head the Department of Homeland Security.

Theme Park Offers LEOs Free Holiday Admission

November 23, 2004
From Nov. 25 to December 17, Knott's Berry Farm in Southern California is offering law enforcement officers free admission to the theme park. With proper ID, such as an employee ID card or paycheck, all fire and police personnel and one guest each can receive free admission.

CBS to Air Story of Last Survivor Pulled From WTC Rubble

November 23, 2004
CBS will broadcast “Last Man Out” on its Wednesday edition of 60 Minutes at 8:00 p.m. The segment tells the story of Sgt. John McLoughlin of the New York/New Jersey Port Authority Police Department, the last man pulled alive from the World Trade Center after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

Second Chance Declares Bankruptcy

October 29, 2004
Body armor company Second Chance has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and is currently undergoing restructuring.

Police Group Sends Donations to Snipers Overseas

October 29, 2004
Originally begun by a group of SWAT snipers in the United States, Adopt a Sniper now runs a comprehensive donation program that sends much needed gear to military snipers on the front lines.
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