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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.

Newark Graduates Nation’s Biggest GREAT Anti-Gang Class

June 23, 2005
Newark Mayor Sharpe James and Police Director Anthony Ambrose recently officiated over the graduation of 1,000 Newark, N.J., schoolchildren from the city’s Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) program, the largest class in the national program’s 14-year history.

National Law Enforcement Museum Requests Historical Item Donations

June 20, 2005
If you have historical law enforcement items you’re willing to donate, you could see them in the National Law Enforcement Museum. The museum is asking the public to submit authentic law enforcement memorabilia to add to its permanent collection.

Police Suspect Man Molested Thousands of Children

June 20, 2005
Convicted child molester Dean Arthur Schwartzmiller has again been arrested on child molestation charges in San Jose, Calif. Police now believe he may have abused thousands more children over three decades.

Court Rules Prisons Must Accommodate All Inmates’ Religions

June 2, 2005
The Supreme Court has ruled that even satanists must be allowed access to literature, ceremonial items, and time to practice their religions while in state prisons.

DOJ Accepting Medal of Valor Nominations

June 2, 2005
The Department of Justice is calling for nominations for the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor, the highest national award for valor by a public safety officer. The president awards the medal to public safety officers who have exhibited exceptional courage.

APCO Debuts Classes for Radio Operators

June 2, 2005
The APCO Institute, which promotes improvement in public safety communications, is offering a new one-day course entitled "The Telecommunicator's Role in Homeland Security." This course is the first of APCO’s "Homeland Security and the Telecommunicator" series of course offerings.

Police Arrest Grandmother in Drug Raid

May 27, 2005
Honolulu police officers arrested a woman for selling methamphetamine out of the house where her five grandchildren live.

IAFIS Mistake Let Accused Killer Stay Under Radar

May 6, 2005
Registered sex offender Jeremy Jones was let go several times when he was arrested for minor offenses in 2003 and 2004. Police checked his fingerprints via the FBI’s IAFIS database, but it failed to bring up a match that would have identified the man and his record.
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