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Look Out for Suspicious People with Almanacs

January 16, 2004
The FBI is warning police to watch for people carrying almanacs because the books could be used for planning terrorist acts.

Police Officers Worked Hard Over Holidays

January 9, 2004
Law enforcement officers across the nation logged in extra hours to get drunk drivers off the roads and generally maintain order and safety this holiday season.

County Won’t Hire Deputies Who Smoke

December 19, 2003
In an effort to curb rising insurance costs, Riverside County in Southern California will no longer hire sheriff’s deputies who smoke cigarettes. The policy, if proved successful, could be extended to other county workers.

Man Charged with Impersonating Officer After Calling for Backup

November 14, 2003
An Ohio man showed his badge and pulled over a driver who he says cut him off and then gestured obscenely at him, documents show. But authorities say the man who claimed to be a U.S. marshal and radioed local police for backup is not and never has been in law enforcement.

Detroit Police Chief Resigns

November 7, 2003
Larry Oliver, police chief of the Detroit Police Department since February 2002, stepped down from his position after an undeclared, unregistered loaded handgun was found in his checked luggage at the airport.

5.11 Tactical Hosts Shooting Competition

November 7, 2003
Makers of law enforcement tactical wear and uniforms 5.11 Tactical will host its first international shooting competition, open to all law enforcement officers.

Deputy Catches Most Wanted Felon

September 26, 2003
After nine months on the run, a man wanted for killing his adoptive parents in Dallas was caught by a deputy in a traffic stop.

Native American Law Enforcement Awarded $36M in Federal Grants

September 19, 2003
The DOJ’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) has awarded a total of $36 million to 124 tribal law enforcement agencies in 24 states. The grants were awarded under the COPS Tribal Resources Grant Program. Funds will be used to hire community policing officers and to purchase much-needed equipment.

Suits Filed Against Police Over No-Knock Raids

September 15, 2003
Two families whose houses were mistakenly raided last year have filed suit against the New York Police Department seeking damages for their experiences. The suits also call for a change in NYPD procedures.

School Offers Homeland Security Degree

September 15, 2003
Qualified applicants can now earn a master’s degree in homeland security, paid for by federal grants.
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