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Maryland Awards Funds to Enforce School Bus Safety

August 25, 2005
As the school year gets underway, more than 60 Maryland law enforcement agencies and state police barracks are being awarded a total of $515,000 in grants to be used to enforce traffic laws related to school bus safety.

Housing Prices Too Steep for Most Cops

August 12, 2005
Home ownership is out of reach for many public safety officers and other low- to moderate- income workers because salaries aren’t keeping up with real estate prices, according to a recent study.

NYPD Uses London Bombings as Learning Experience

July 28, 2005
To best prepare for possible terrorist bombings in the United States, the New York Police Department is studying those that occurred in London this month.

Armor Holdings to Provide 156,000 Ballistic Vests to Replace Cops' Second Chance Models

July 21, 2005
Armor Holdings has been selected as the exclusive supplier to replace up to 156,000 Second Chance bullet-resistant vests to the law enforcement community.

Man Arrested on Suspicion of Racing Cop Car

July 8, 2005
Florida Police driving in a brand new undercover Ford Mustang arrested a 24-year-old man who they suspect was drag racing…them.

PA FOP Supports Stiffer Penalties For State Illegal Drug Distribution

July 1, 2005
Fraternal Order of Police State Lodge President Mark Koch supports a Pennsylvania State House Bill that would stiffen penalties for administering illegal substances when a death has occurred.

Quartermaster Uniform Co. to Open Las Vegas Store

May 19, 2005
Quartermaster Inc. plans to open a new retail location in Las Vegas, Nev., in Fall 2005 to serve the law enforcement and security uniform and equipment needs of local police and sheriff departments and other state, federal, and municipal agencies.

Richmond Officer Dedicates Playground for Domestic Violence Shelter in Her Mother’s Honor

May 6, 2005
Verizon Wireless is donating $5,000 through the HopeLine cellphone recycling program to the YWCA of Richmond to rebuild a playground at the organization’s domestic violence shelter in honor of Richmond PD Det. Carol Adams’ mother, Orine, who died in a domestic violence incident.

Minuteman Project to End Border Patrol Vigil

April 22, 2005
A group of armed volunteers that gathered along Arizona’s border with Mexico to curb illegal immigration has said it will stop monitoring the border, but will not completely disband.

Fewer Parents Talk to Teens About Drugs

March 11, 2005
Twelve percent of parents have never talked to their kids about the risks of drug use, up from six percent six years ago, according to a new survey conducted by the Partnership for a Drug Free America. This trend has many concerned, especially because more parents have been found to underestimate their children’s risk for drug abuse.
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