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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.

Jury Duty Not So Bad, Poll Finds

August 12, 2004
Most people are willing to serve on juries and want a jury of their peers to decide their fate if they ever stand trial themselves, according to a new poll conducted by the ABA.

5.11 Tactical Challenge Underway

August 5, 2004
The first annual 5.11 Challenge, an international shooting competition for members of law enforcement, the military, and public safety organizations, kicked off in July and continues through September.

LAPD Chief to Ban Use of Metal Flashlights

August 5, 2004
In response to an outcry from the public over the videotaped beating of a suspect with a department-issued flashlight, Los Angeles Police Chief William J. Bratton says he will prohibit officers from carrying large metal flashlights that could be used as weapons.

Miscommunication Caused Confusion on 9/11

August 5, 2004
The minutes leading up to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 were ones of confusion among government personnel, according to a bipartisan commission report.
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Across-the-Road Radar Standard Established

July 29, 2004
A new performance standard for automated systems that register motorists’ speeds to catch speeders should help law enforcement agencies choose which one to purchase and help them make sure the devices perform the required task.

TV Shows Profile Cops and Animals

July 22, 2004
New shows premiering on Animal Planet this summer showcase police officers who work side by side with animals as partners as well as officers who rescue animals from abuse and neglect.

Beat Cops Get Access to Federal Terror Data

June 3, 2004
A pilot program will give cops on the street in New York and Vermont speedy electronic access to federal data on suspects in an effort to fight domestic terrorism.

Commission Proposes New Mass. Death Penalty System

May 13, 2004
Paving the way to reinstate capital punishment in Massachusetts, a panel appointed by Gov. Mitt Romney has proposed a plan designed to better determine if a defendant is guilty of a crime and eligible for the death penalty.

Company Provides PC with Purchase of Software

March 26, 2004
A $20 million program to provide small law enforcement agencies with free PCs is underway through Colorado software developer IRP Solutions Corp.
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