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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.

Staged Drill Demonstrates Multi-Agency Reaction to Dirty Bomb

June 14, 2007
Hundreds of law enforcement officials from approximately 30 countries around the globe congregated in Miami where they watched SWAT teams rappel to the ground from a Blackhawk helicopter circling Florida's Orange Bowl. The mock demonstration showcased law enforcement's response to the threat of an impending "dirty bomb" set to explode.

Colorado Police Embrace New Communications Technology

June 12, 2007
Law enforcement officials in Colorado's Grand Junction and Mesa County police departments plan to invest in a state-of-the-art, cross-reference database that will enable information sharing, more efficient communications, and expedite case investigations.

California Law Enforcement Squelches Crips Set

June 8, 2007
Thirty-six people believed to be members of the upper echelon of a notoriously violent Stockton, Calif.-based Cambodian street gang were arrested Wednesday during raids conducted by state and local law enforcement agencies.

Internet Child Porn Task Force Arrests 126 in Sting Operation

June 7, 2007
A total of 126 individuals have been arrested as a result of an intensive five-month initiative targeting predators who solicit children online and distribute child pornography.

Feds Said to Thwart Airport Terrorist Plot

June 4, 2007
Federal investigators say they halted a proposed Islamic terrorist ring plotting to blow up buildings, pipelines, and fuel tanks at the landmark John F. Kennedy International Airport, one of the nation's busiest airports, this weekend. A U.S. citizen and two alleged accomplices were arrested. A fourth accomplice is currently believed to be in Trinidad.

Bear Tranked by Officers in New Mexico Clinic

May 31, 2007
A 125-pound male bear, estimated to be two to three years old, decided to visit a suburban Albuquerque, N.M., health clinic last week. He was put down with a tranquilizer dart fired by state game and fish officers and returned to the wild unharmed.
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