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The Force Gives Off-Duty Hero 2007 Positive Force Award

October 19, 2007
The Force, formerly Horace Small, a public safety uniform brand, has named Master Officer Ken Hammond of the Ogden City (Utah) Police Department as the recipient of this year's Positive Force Award.

3-Year-Old Boy Drives Toy Car Along Highway

October 12, 2007
Three-year-old Jordan and an unnamed two-year-old passenger took a Sunday drive in Jordan’s battery-operated Mustang toy car along a busy local highway.

Companies Donate Billboards to Help Catch Killer in Kansas

October 12, 2007
Hoping to repeat the crime-solving success of another local case, two companies have donated a total of 31 billboards in the Kansas City area to help catch the killer of David "Ray" Ninemire.

Boston Lawyer Charged with Smuggling Heroin into Prison

October 8, 2007
Kevin L. Barron was being searched prior to meeting with clients at MCI-Cedar Junction when corrections officers discovered “small packets of a powdery substance” in his possession.

Texas Deputy Constable Hit, Killed by Car

October 4, 2007
A Texas motor officer has died after being hit by a car Monday morning.

Bank Robber Points Gun at Two-Year-Old During Pa. Heist

September 20, 2007
A robber grabbed a two-year-old boy and pointed a semi-auto handgun at him during a South Whitehall, Pa., holdup on Saturday.

Palo Alto Police to Carry TASERs

September 20, 2007
Officers of the Palo Alto (Calif.) Police Department are now completing a TASER training program and should be fielding the non-lethal stun weapons by the end of the month, according to Chief Lynne Johnson.

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.
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