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Computer Forensics Workshop Highlights New Tools

June 24, 2004
A conference on digital forensics will focus on using the latest software tools to determine if computer files have been altered, a common problem in searching suspects’ hard drives.

Fobus Recalls Holsters for Causing Accidental Firings

June 10, 2004
Eight incidents of a gun holster retention strap catching the trigger and causing it to discharge have prompted Fobus USA to recall 3,200 holsters.

Violent Crime Continues Decline

June 3, 2004
According to preliminary FBI statistics, violent crimes overall continued to decline in 2003, although there was a slight increase in murder rates.

Man Calls Police to Scene of His Crime

May 27, 2004
A man was arrested for apparent robbery after he called police himself.

Giuliani Tells 9/11 Panel N.Y. Never Warned

May 20, 2004
Although New York City officials never received information about a possible attack on the World Trade Center from the White House, the intelligence might not have changed the city’s counter-terrorism security measures, former mayor Rudolph Giuliani told the Sept. 11 commission.

Flat-Screen TVs Now Allowed in Some Oregon Prisoners’ Cells

May 7, 2004
Inmates in Oregon’s state prisons now have the option of buying flat-screen televisions for viewing in their cells.

Officer Catches Man Apparently Stealing From Fellow Patient

May 7, 2004
A public safety officer being treated at an emergency room in Detroit says he caught a fellow patient stealing a watch from an unconscious man.

KidSave.com Launches New Emergency Notification Network

April 30, 2004
Law enforcement personnel can now register online to receive information on missing children via email with the KidSave.com Emergency Notification Network.

Calif. Bill Would Limit High-Speed Police Chases

April 22, 2004
If a proposed bill passes, law enforcement officers across the state of California could be held accountable for deaths or injuries resulting from car chases if the reason for the chase does not pose “certain, immediate and impending” danger to the public.

Columbine School Shooting Remembered

April 22, 2004
The Jefferson County (Colo.) Sheriff’s office is still under investigation for the way it handled complaints about the two teenagers who killed 12 classmates and a teacher at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., before committing suicide. Many still believe that the Sheriff’s Office should have been able to predict and prevent the killings.
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