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Robbery Suspect Leaves Big Clue at the Feet of K-9s

September 30, 2005
A group of dogs training to become police K-9s in Sweden proved their mettle when they hunted down a robber who abandoned his car near their training compound.

Couple Chases Robbers Away With Furniture

September 22, 2005
A restaurant owner and his wife used tables and chairs to chase armed robbers out of their business in west Berlin.

Suspected Thief Caught Napping

September 16, 2005
Australian police responded to a break-in at a furniture store in Alice Springs and found the suspect asleep at the scene.

American Indians in Minnesota Launch Suicide Hotline

August 25, 2005
American Indian community leaders have worked together to create the Native Youth Crisis Hotline to help talk down community members contemplating suicide.

San Quentin Prison Riot Injures 42

August 16, 2005
A fight broke out last week at California’s San Quentin State Prison and escalated into a full-scale riot that involved as many as 80 inmates and injured 42. Not since 1982 have so many prisoners been involved in a riot at San Quentin.

Philadelphia Tracks High-Risk Probationers With GPS

July 21, 2005
The Philadelphia Pretrial Service Division is testing Global Positioning Surveillance as a monitoring device to keep track of high-risk defendants and probationers under community supervision.

Research Group Studying Officers' Fatigue

July 21, 2005
The National Institute of Justice selected the Harvard Work Hours, Health, and Safety Group to study fatigue in police officers across the United States. On July 1, the Harvard investigators launched a nationwide Web-based research study of the health and safety of police officers.

Kansas Sheriff Receives Award for Supporting Troops

July 21, 2005
A division of the Department of Defense awarded the Johnson County (Kan.) Sheriff’s Office for its many care packages sent to a military division stationed in Iraq that includes members of the agency.

Police Officer Line of Duty Deaths Decreased

July 14, 2005
An 11-percent decrease in line-of-duty deaths in 2005 compared to the same time last year can be partly attributed to increased use of bullet-resistant vests, say two law enforcement groups.

Law Enforcement Group Says Meth a Major Problem

July 8, 2005
Local officials across the country agree that methamphetamine fuels a range of crimes and social welfare problems.
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