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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.

Baltimore PD Aims to Fight Witness Intimidation

April 14, 2005
After drug dealers in Baltimore started circulating a homemade video called “Stop Snitching,” the city’s police department put out its own DVD called “Keep Talking.”

Investigators Form Association to Combat Abuse

April 14, 2005
The National Association of Domestic and Child Abuse Investigators recently formed to provide a resource for investigators across the country.

America Online to Promote E-911/911 Access

April 8, 2005
America Online has become a program partner in the Next Generation E9-1-1 (NG E9-1-1 Program of the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) to improve and promote access to emergency calling services.

Community Still Looking for Answers in Deadly Minn. School Shooting

April 1, 2005
As the investigation continues into the reasons behind 16-year-old Jeff Weise’s Mar. 21st shooting spree at his home and school on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in Minnesota, grieving family members in the close-knit community are trying to come to terms with the event that left 10 dead.

UK Home Office Approves Police Use of Taser X26

April 1, 2005
Law enforcement officers authorized to use firearms throughout England and Wales now have approval to use Taser International’s Taser X26.
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