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Police Link Man to Phoenix Killings Case

December 7, 2006
Police said Thursday they have evidence linking a sexual assault suspect already in custody with the nine killings attributed to the "Baseline Killer," a serial predator who terrorized the Phoenix area for months.

Reality Show Features Gun-Toting Celebs

December 7, 2006
Erik Estrada and other lesser celebrities have been sworn in as reserve officers of the Muncie (Ind.) Police Department, allowing them to carry badges and guns as part of a reality television series.

Would-Be Art Thief Fails in Heist Attempt…Twice

November 22, 2006
In October of 2005, a male suspect entered Kenneth Behm Galleries at Bellevue Square Mall in Bellevue, Wash. Taking his time to look around, he finally grabbed a statue from its place on display. Part of the display fell to the ground, causing the suspect to panic and flee the store.

N.C. Police Find Gator, Caiman at Hotel

November 16, 2006
Authorities trying to serve an arrest warrant at a motel instead found some sharp-toothed guests. U.S. marshals and High Point police found a 3-foot alligator and a 3-foot caiman — similar to an alligator — in a fish tank at a Red Roof Inn in Greensboro. They didn't, however, find the suspect they had sought.

Ti Training Corp Offers Free Training Video

November 16, 2006
Ti Training Corp, a supplier of interactive training products to law enforcement, is offering a free training video featuring the Tennessee v Garner case and its impact on all law enforcement officers in the country.

Suit: Burger King Served Pot Burgers to Cops

November 9, 2006
Two police officers sued Burger King Corp., claiming they were served hamburgers that had been sprinkled with marijuana.

United Way and NENA Strive to Expand 2-1-1 Non-Emergency Calling Access

November 9, 2006
In an effort to provide non-emergency assistance to communities while taking the burden off of 9-1-1 call centers, The United Way and the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) want to expand access to 2-1-1 systems across the nation.

Counter-Terror Association Launches Auction Site for Military, Law Enforcement

October 26, 2006
The Arlington, Va.-based International Association for Counterterrorism and Security Professionals (IACSP) has a new IACSP auction Website. It will specialize in new, used, and re-designed military and law enforcement products.

Gunshot Sensors Give D.C. Police Jump on Suspects

October 26, 2006
The crack of gunshots can be heard nearly every night in some of the District's deadliest neighborhoods -- and no longer just by the people within shooting range.

Wild Card Spot Open for Original S.W.A.T. World Challenge

October 20, 2006
Original S.W.A.T. Footwear Co. is offering an opportunity for one SWAT team to win the chance to compete at the 2007 Original S.W.A.T. World Challenge in Little Rock, Ark. The winning team is not required to compete in any pre-qualifying events and no previous competition experience is necessary.
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