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Fewer Take-Home Vehicles for Denver Officers

May 22, 2002
A budget-cutting agreement between Denver Mayor Wellington Webb and Police Chief Gerry Whitman will slash by about 14 percent the number of city cars police officers can take home.

FBI 'Super Squad' Proposed to Fight Terrorism

May 15, 2002
A new FBI "super squad," headquartered in Washington, would lead all major terrorism investigations worldwide under FBI Director Robert S. Mueller's plan to restructure the agency after the Sept. 11 attacks.

Police Departments Don't Want INS Duties

May 8, 2002
Police fear working as quasi-INS agents will keep some people from reporting crimes committed against them.

Bank Robberies on Rise as FBI Shifts Focus

April 24, 2002
Bank robbery is on the rise across the nation, especially the more violent versions of it. Yet the Federal Bureau of Investigation is distracted by a bigger battle: the war on terrorism.

NJ City Plans to Sue Gun Makers

April 1, 2002
Just a day after the City of Boston abandoned its lawsuit against the firearms industry, opting instead for the voluntary cooperation of the industry to reduce gun violence, Jersey City, New Jersey officials announced they will sue gun makers for criminal and accidental misuse of firearms.

New NYC Police Commissioner Plans for Cop Terror Training

January 11, 2002
New York City's new police commissioner, Ray Kelly, plans to see that every city police officer undergo special tactical training in an effort to be better prepared for future terrorist attacks.

SWAT Member Fears He May Have Killed Innocent Columbine Student

December 28, 2001
The family of Daniel Rohrbough, a slain Columbine student, claims he was shot and killed by a Denver police officer and not a student gunman as originally suspected, according to The Toronto Sun.

California Cops on Junkyard Wars

November 5, 2001
The Law Dawgs, three Modesto, Calif., police officers, will compete Wednesday night in the semi-finals of The Learning Channel’s Emmy nominated TV show Junkyard Wars.

PA Governor Ridge to Head Anti-Terrorism Office

October 17, 2001
President George W. Bush named Gov. Tom Ridge to a new Cabinet-level anti-terrorism office. Gov. Ridge resigned as governor of Pennsylvania on Oct. 5 to become Director of the new Office of Homeland Security.
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