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National Bike Registry Offers Agencies Way to Find Recovered Bikes’ Owners

October 20, 2005
The National Bike Registry’s Official Bike Registration Station gives police free, password-protected access to the registry’s more than 300,000 registered bicycles, nationwide. This is a way to protect bikes in the local community and reunite recovered stolen bicycles with their owners.

NTSB Recommends Cell Phone Ban for New Drivers

September 30, 2005
The National Transportation Safety Board has added to its annual list of “Most Wanted Safety Recommendations to States” a ban on inexperienced drivers using wireless devices behind the wheel.

Program Alerts Public to Missing Persons Via Phone

September 22, 2005
Knowing how critical the first few hours following a child abduction are, Sherry Friedlander founded the non-profit organization A Child is Missing to aid law enforcement in recovering missing children.

Hurricane Forces NRA to Cancel Police Championship

September 2, 2005
Due to Hurricane Katrina’s devastation of the Gulf Coast region, the National Rifle Association has been forced to cancel the 44th Annual National Police Shooting Championship.

Connecticut Corrections Officers Perch Atop Donut Shops for Charity

August 5, 2005
Law Enforcement officers are collecting donations from customers and the general public while sitting on the rooftops of donut shops, all in the name of Special Olympics.

Houston Officers Must Cover Up Body Art

August 5, 2005
Starting Jan. 1, Houston Police Department officers must cover all visible tattoos or body art while on duty or while wearing a department uniform. The art can only be covered with their uniform or plainclothes, not a bandage or sweatband.

Court Dismisses Wrongful Death Suit Against Taser

July 14, 2005
A wrongful-death lawsuit filed against Taser International in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California has been dismissed.

Homeland Security Secretary Urges Immigration Policy Changes to Safeguard National Security

July 14, 2005
Michael Chertoff, homeland security secretary, proposes fighting terrorism by streamlining his department and tightening border security while allowing more legal immigrants to enter the country through a guest worker program.

DOJ Funds Identity Theft Investigation Research

June 23, 2005
The U.S. Department of Justice will award $118,167 to the Solicitation From Crime and Justice Research Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), which investigates identity-theft offenders.

NENA Program to Test 9-1-1 Accessibility to Deaf

June 16, 2005
The National Emergency Number Association has launched a system designed to ensure that the equipment that allows the deaf or hearing impaired to contact 9-1-1 centers is working properly.
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