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Seattle Rookie Killed in Off-Duty Car Crash

September 12, 2007
Officer Michael E. Kelley, 26, was sworn in less than a month ago. He is survived by his wife who is five months pregnant, and a two-year-old daughter. Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske told the Seattle Post-Intelligencer that the family had just moved to the area from Portland.

Sheriff's Deputy to be Honored for Martial Arts Achievements

August 8, 2007
Chief Deputy Stanley L. Sniff, Jr., of the Riverside County (Calif.) Sheriff's Department, will be among those receiving awards for continued leadership in the martial arts community at the 2007 Masters Hall of Fame event on Aug. 11 in Costa Mesa, Calif. The event will be hosted by "Big John" McCarthy, longtime referee for the Ultimate Fighting Championship as well as an LAPD police officer and certified law enforcement trainer.

Armor Holdings Plans Merge with BAE Systems

July 27, 2007
Stockholders of Armor Holdings—manufacturer and distributor of body armor, duty gear, and other products for the military, law enforcement, and homeland security—have voted to adopt the agreement and plan of merger among BAE Systems, Jaguar Acquisitions Sub, and Armor Holdings.

Earlybird TREXPO Rate Expires Friday

July 19, 2007
TREXPO East, together with the Tactical Medicine Conference, offers a complete forum for the tactical professional. To take advantage of the current discounted conference price, register by July 20.

New Orleans Cops to Get Pay Raise

July 16, 2007
The New Orleans City Council has voted to give city police their second substantial raise in less than a year. Under the new pay scale, recruits will receive 12.5 percent more money and veteran officers will receive a 10 percent raise.

National Law Enforcement Museum Moves Closer to Reality

July 13, 2007
The first-ever national museum dedicated to American law enforcement continues to move forward, with the project recently achieving three significant milestones.

Tactical Storage Systems Announces New Pricing Plan

July 11, 2007
Tactical Storage Systems has announced effective immediately a new pricing structure for its line of vehicle storage systems.

Meth Users Involved in Violence, Sexual Risk-Taking, Study Finds

July 10, 2007
More than half a million young adults reported use in the past year of crystal meth in 2001-2002, according to a new nationally representative study. That estimate is higher than previous studies and represents nearly 3 percent of the U.S. population. Among meth users, there is a strong link to alcohol and other drug use, the study found.

NYPD Officers Shot at Traffic Stop: One in Grave Condition

July 9, 2007
Officer Russel Timoshenko, 23, was shot twice in the face. He is in grave condition. Officer Herman Yan, 26, was shot in the chest, but his vest stopped the bullet. He was also shot in the forearm.

Gwinnett County Racks Up Second Win at Georgia SWAT Competition

June 25, 2007
Securing a win for the second straight year, Gwinnett, Ga., police took the top prize, and retained the trophy, at the three-event Georgia Police and Fire Games' SWAT competition. Teams vying to grasp the trophy from Gwinnett's hands included Hall County, Paulding County, Cherokee County, and Roswell.
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