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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.

Accidental 911 Call Results in Suspect’s Arrest

October 28, 2004
A Bay County, Fla., sheriff’s deputy stumbled on a meth lab when he arrived at a residence to investigate a disconnected 911 call, which the woman living there had inadvertently made while attempting to dial another number. The woman was arrested on drug charges.

TV Special Profiles Secret Service

October 14, 2004
The National Geographic Channel’s “Inside the U.S. Secret Service” offers a perspective from inside the agency that protects the president.

New Concealable BB Gun Could Pose Threat to Cops

October 7, 2004
A Minneapolis gun shop has just debuted an affordable gun small enough to be easily concealed, making it a potential tactical threat to police officers.

San Diego Chief Orders Tattooed Officers to Cover Up

October 1, 2004
Under the new policy, officers with "excessive" body art, including tattoos and piercings, will have to cover up while on duty.

Patriot Act Provision Ruled Unconstitutional

September 30, 2004
A federal judge has ruled unconstitutional a section of the Patriot Act that had allowed the FBI to request businesses’ financial records to investigate terrorism.

Student Issues Fake Parking Tickets, Collects 'Fines'

September 23, 2004
A college student in Madison, Wis., is accused of placing fake parking tickets on cars parked near his fraternity and taking the money for them.

Exonerated Man Gets No Compensation

September 16, 2004
After serving 22 years for a crime he didn’t commit, a man walked out of prison with his freedom but little else. He didn’t even receive the amount of cash given to parolees convicted of violent crimes.

School Raid Ruled Legal

August 26, 2004
Although seeing officers with guns drawn frightened students, a police raid at a South Carolina high school last year did not violate civil rights, says the U.S. Justice Department.
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