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Detroit Deadly for Pedestrians

April 25, 2003
Also known as the “Motor City,” Detroit has one of the highest death rates for pedestrians, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Alleged Cop Killer Gunned Down

April 25, 2003
The suspect accused of killing a New Jersey police officer was killed in a gun battle with authorities at the end of a high-speed car chase.

Chicago Ends Old Ban on Swearing

April 21, 2003
The Chicago Police Department will stop enforcing a 100-year-old ordinance that outlaws public swearing.

Drug Court Funding Available

April 11, 2003
States, state and local courts, units of local government, and tribal governments can now apply for more than $20 million in drug court funding for fiscal year 2003

House Approves Amber Alert Compromise Package

April 10, 2003
The House of Representatives has approved a package of child protection legislation that would create a national Amber Alert child kidnapping notification network as well as strengthen the nation’s child pornography laws.

Advanced TASER M26 Brings Down Hijacker

April 10, 2003
The Advanced TASER M26 was recently used by the Greek Police Special Forces to incapacitate and arrest the hijacker of a Turkish Airlines flight.

IACP Offers Guide on Hate Crimes

March 19, 2003
In response to the FBI's recent warning about a potential increase in hate crimes following a terrorist attack or the start of a war with Iraq, the IACP has released the publication, "Responding to Hate Crimes: A Police Officer's Guide to Investigation and Prevention."

Arrests in Oakland for Super Bowl Violence

January 29, 2003
Following the Oakland Raiders' Super Bowl defeat, crowds of people vandalized cars and businesses, despite extra men in blue.

COPS' Project Blue Light a Tribute to Police Killed In the Line of Duty

December 26, 2002
Thousands of houses nationwide are part of Project Blue Light, a memorial promoted by the group Concerns of Police Survivors, or COPS. Participants put a blue light in a window or tie a blue ribbon on a wreath.

Mich. to End Mandatory Sentences for Drug Crimes

December 26, 2002
Karen Shook, a 49-year-old former bank teller who was sentenced to at least 20 years in prison in 1993 for arranging a drug deal, could be paroled 10 years early under legislation expected to be signed by the governor of Michigan within the next week to eliminate mandatory minimum sentences for drug crimes.
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