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Performance Institute to Hold ID Theft Conference

August 10, 2006
Get an update on the latest innovations in identity theft interdiction at the 2006 National Conference on Identity Theft and Online Crime Investigation, September 25–27, 2006 in Arlington, Va.

Police Plan Stealth Test To Enforce Meth Law

July 6, 2006
Coming soon to neighborhood pharmacies in Fairfax County, Va.: undercover police officers interested in buying ephedrine and pseudoephedrine, found in cold and allergy medications and a key ingredient in manufacturing methamphetamine.

Cops Plant Salmon in Art Display, Snag Vandal

June 22, 2006
After last year's destruction and theft of the Wild Salmon on Parade public art, police this year decided to set a trap in Anchorage, Alaska's Town Square.

Flashing Blue Lights Approved for NY Cop Cars

June 22, 2006
Earlier this month, Governor Pataki signed legislation authorizing law enforcement agencies in New York to install blue lights on the rear half of the light bars on patrol vehicles. Most police vehicles in New York state have used red and amber lights.

Panasonic Seeks Outlandish On-the-Job Moments

June 1, 2006
Panasonic Computer Solutions is looking for the strangest, funniest, or scariest stories not captured on video. The “I Wish I Had An Arbitrator” contest kicked off on May 31st and will run through July 31st with a Toughbook Arbitrator digital video recording system, valued at $5,000, awarded for the best submission, as selected by the Toughbook unit of Panasonic Corp. of North America.
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Phone Service Free for Domestic Abuse Victims

June 1, 2006
HopeDigits, a free service of West Des Moines, Iowa-based WebPoint Communications, provides women trying to leave physically abusive relationships with a private telephone number and access to voicemail.

Police Officer Needs Votes to Race in Reality TV Show

May 25, 2006
When not working as a police officer and firefighter in Kalamazoo, Mich., Dan Frazier pursues his hobby of stock car racing. He has been trying to break into the higher levels of the sport for some time. Now could be his big break.

Taser Device Used to Arrest Suspected Burglars

May 18, 2006
According to news reports from the Oakland Tribune, two teenage boys were arrested in connection to four burglaries in the California Bay Area with the help of a Taser.

NRA’s National Police Shooting Championships Moving To New Mexico

April 27, 2006
The National Rifle Association will hold its 45th National Police Shooting Championships (NPSC) at Shooting Range State Park in Albuquerque, N.M., October 1 - 5, 2006.

N.J. Court Says No to Law Arming Probation Officers

April 20, 2006
A New Jersey state law allowing probation officers to carry firearms and receive law enforcement training was ruled unconstitutional by the state Supreme Court on Wednesday.
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