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Police Education Plan Qualifications Tighten

February 28, 2003
Massachusetts plans to raise the criteria for police officers receiving pay increases for obtaining college degrees in criminal justice or law enforcement.

New L.A. Alarm Policy Spurs Controversy

February 7, 2003
A new policy requires verification that a break-in is underway before police respond to burglar alarms. The alarm industry is upset, as are some citizens.

Man Charged with Murder in 1957 Cold Case

February 7, 2003
A retired gas-station owner was arrested at his home in a suburb of Columbia, South Carolina, and charged with murdering two police officers in 1957 in El Segundo, California.

Raleigh Police Launch Program to Deter Street Prostitution

January 29, 2003
The Raleigh (N.C.) Police Department is now using photos on public access television and the Internet to shame johns and prevent men from soliciting prostitutes.

Police Deaths Down

January 8, 2003
Deaths of law enforcement officers saw a downward trend in 2002. This may be due to better training, equipment, and medical care following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Senator Criticizes CIA's Sept. 11 Intelligence

December 11, 2002
A Senate intelligence committee leader has criticized a congressional inquiry into Sept. 11-related intelligence failures as too soft on U.S. agencies, especially the CIA.

Man Tries to Steal Plate Off Police Car

December 4, 2002
DC resident Fernando Arraya was arrested not just for trying to steal license plates, but for attempting to steal the license plates off a police car with the officer sitting inside it.

Telephone Alert System Helps Cops Locate Missing Children

December 4, 2002
A new emergency notification system will help law enforcement agencies spread information about missing children via phone or Web.

Tactical Suit Trade-in

November 20, 2002
FIST Inc. is offering people an opportunity to upgrade their tactical training suits, by allowing a $200 trade-in value on any tactical suit against the purchase of their #133 FIST police training suit.

U.S. Surgeon General Supports Officer Safety Groups

November 13, 2002
Calling police officer safety the priority, U.S. Surgeon General Richard Carmona said that programs like "Safe Today, Alive Tomorrow" that help prevent accidental deaths of police officers hold promise to prevent job-related tragedies.
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