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French and US Police Compare Countries' Union Benefits

October 3, 2002
French Police union leaders visiting the United States to lend their support at September 11 ceremonies spent time comparing policing issues with their American counterparts. Discussions revolved mostly around the countries' respective police labor practices.

Olympus Donation Helps Fight Domestic Violence

September 27, 2002
In anticipation of Domestic Violence Month in October, Olympus America Inc. has begun a pilot program in Kings County, N.Y. to fight domestic violence with digital photography.

Zodiac BulletProof Tour Offers Free Training

September 16, 2002
Inflatable boat manufacturer Zodiac, on Sept. 29, will kick off a tour down the Mississippi River to bring anti-terrorism training to agencies from Minnesota to Louisiana.

NLEOMF Holds Golf Tournament Fundraiser

August 23, 2002
The 13th Annual Untouchables Golf Tournament will be held on September 9, 2002 to raise funds for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.

Authorities Fear Terrorists May Use Emergency Vehicles as Bombs

July 11, 2002
Officers nationwide have been alerted to watch for emergency vehicles--ambulances, fire trucks, and even cop cars--that could be repurposed as terrorist weapons.

Defensive Flight Fighting Taught in Seminars

June 13, 2002
Flight Watch America teaches a defensive flying program designed by industry and law enforcement professionals to teach citizens how to spot and prevent terrorism on airplanes.

FBI Will Reorganize to Focus on Terrorism

May 30, 2002
The FBI will undergo a wholesale reorganization to better cope with threats against the United States, Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI Director Robert Mueller announced.

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.
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