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U.S. Law Enforcement Gets First Chance at New Taurus Military Pistol

October 12, 2006
Taurus International has announced that it will release its next generation military pistol to civilian and law enforcement markets ahead of the now-postponed Joint Combat Pistol (JCP) system trials.

Pelican Products and BMS Help Law Enforcement Monitor Situations

October 5, 2006
Pelican Products’ high-impact, watertight Protector Cases have been chosen to house the Broadcast Microwave Services (BMS) BVII, PBR24, and Carry-Viewer II Portable Video Receiver Systems.

Colo. School Attack 'Sexual in Nature'

September 28, 2006
The gunman who killed himself after fatally shooting one of six girls he held in a Bailey, Colo., high school classroom methodically selected his hostages and had sexually assaulted some of them, the sheriff and a witness said Thursday.

National Police K-9 Competition Held in Minnesota

September 28, 2006
The St. Paul Police Department has gone to the dogs this week. Or perhaps more accurately, the dogs have come to St. Paul.

Poll: Public Supportive of Genetic Science for Law Enforcement Purposes

September 28, 2006
According to a new Wall Street Journal Online/Harris Interactive Health care Poll, the public is almost unanimous in its positive opinions on the science of genetics and the use of DNA for purposes of public health and safety.

Governors Named to NGA Public Safety Task Force

September 11, 2006
On the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks on America, the National Governors Association (NGA) has announced the creation of a Public Safety Task Force in recognition of governors' evolving role and responsibility in enhancing the safety of their states' residents.

Rotting Body Discovered During Filming for TV Show

September 1, 2006
Life imitated art for hit forensic investigation drama CSI: New York when a real mummified corpse was found in the building where an episode was being filmed.

National Guardsman Brutally Attacked In Washington

August 31, 2006
The Pierce County Sheriff's Department is searching for five people who allegedly attacked a uniformed National Guardsmen walking along 138th Street in Parkland Tuesday afternoon.

Law Enforcement Cracking Down on DUIs

August 16, 2006
Bolstered by additional money and new equipment, state and local law enforcement officials in Montana are stepping up their efforts to crack down on drunken drivers across the state over an 18-day period that starts Friday and ends Labor Day.

NIST Bullet Tests Make Frangibles More Tangible

August 3, 2006
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) are measuring precisely the disintegration of “frangible” bullets when they strike a surface to better understand how the ammunition might affect body armor.
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