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DOJ to Observe National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

April 6, 2006
The Department of Justice plans to commemorate National Crime Victims’ Rights Week April 23-29, which pays tribute to crime victims and those who serve them.

Canada Scraps Plan to Decriminalize Pot Use

April 6, 2006
Canada's new Conservative government will scrap draft legislation which would have decriminalized the possession of small amounts of marijuana, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Monday.

Miami-Dade Police Buy Panasonic Toughbooks

February 23, 2006
The Miami-Dade Police Department has announced that it will purchase Panasonic Toughbook CF-29 notebook computers.

Website Offers Interactive courses in Prescription Drug Investigation

January 19, 2006
A new interactive online training center is now available to aid law enforcement officers investigating prescription drug abuse cases.

Former Cop Offers Free Counseling to Officers and Their Families

January 12, 2006
Rev. Dr. Miguel Angel Contreras is reaching out to local, state, and federal law enforcement officers in need of professional counseling by offering his services for free. Immediate family members of police officers also qualify for these free counseling services, which include treatment for depression due to wrongful termination, alcohol and drug substance abuse, job discrimination, and retaliation.

Foundation Delivers Aid to National Guardsmen and Reservists in Gulf Coast Area

December 29, 2005
The Citizen Soldier Foundation provides active status citizen soldiers with financial, residential, and social programs nationwide. This year's devastating hurricane season has required a lot of help for tens of thousands of such people in need.

Santa Pays Parking Tickets

December 22, 2005
A “Parking Ticket Santa Claus” has been spreading cash as well as Christmas cheer around the English city of Birmingham, a newspaper reported Wednesday.

New Megan’s Law Changes Affect Cops' and Citizens’ Ability to Track Sex Offenders

November 17, 2005
Changes in Megan's Law will mean less information on the Internet about some sex offenders, but law enforcement agencies can inform the public about a particular offender if they deem it necessary.

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.
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