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Retired Marine Helps Americans Send Gifts to Troops

November 10, 2005
Americans who want to send gifts to military personnel serving in Iraq or Afghanistan this holiday season may want to contact Jack McHugh.

Supreme Court Seems Split on Police Searches of Homes

November 10, 2005
The Supreme Court appeared deeply divided Tuesday over whether police have the right to enter a home to search for drugs if one resident of the home gives permission to search and another resident refuses.

3M Develops New Security Feature for License Plates

November 3, 2005
3M’s Traffic Safety Systems Division has developed new technology that incorporates an indelible mark into reflective material that is nearly impossible to duplicate, making illegal license plate altering or duplication difficult.

Applications for Free Ranger Utility Vehicles Available

October 27, 2005
U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company (USSTC) is now accepting applications for Polaris Ranger 6x6 utility vehicles to be awarded in 2006 through its Operation Ranger donation program to assist America’s emergency first responders.

NLEOMF Holds Wreathlaying Day Ceremony

October 20, 2005
Every October, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) holds "Wreathlaying Day," a ceremony that commemorates the dedication of the Memorial in 1991. The ceremony, held Monday Oct. 17 this year, honors all law enforcement officers and pays special tribute to local Virginia, Maryland, D.C., and Federal law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty since the previous Wreathlaying Day.

Social Security Number Database Available to LEOs

October 6, 2005
The official version of the Social Security Administration Death Master File is now available online in a variety of applications to verify people’s identity claims and to help prevent fraud.

Program Alerts Public to Missing Persons Via Phone

September 22, 2005
Knowing how critical the first few hours following a child abduction are, Sherry Friedlander founded the non-profit organization A Child is Missing to aid law enforcement in recovering missing children.

Company Promotes Hands-Free Cell Phone Devices

September 22, 2005
To enhance driver safety, New York-based Hands Free 4 Free, which launched its business this year, is offering a hands-free device to anyone who visits its site for a $4.95 shipping and handling fee.

FBI Allows Free Background Checks Using its Criminal Database to Aid Katrina Relief

September 16, 2005
To aid thousands of Gulf Coast evacuees and people eager to help them in different states, the FBI is allowing free background checks using its criminal history database.

New $10 Bill to Prevent Counterfeiting

September 8, 2005
A new $10 note with a new design and updated security features is scheduled to enter circulation in early 2006.
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