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Pittsburgh Police Buy New Motorcycle Helmets

March 12, 2003
The police department spent about $10,000 on new helmets for its 22 motorcycle officers after falsely believing its old ones had failed government safety tests.

Nominations Requested for Observant Officers Award

March 5, 2003
"Looking Beyond the License Plate" is a national award program that recognizes law enforcement officers whose observations of license plates lead to an arrest or the solving of a crime. The deadline for this year's entries is June 3, 2003.

London Police Hire First Transsexual Officer

February 19, 2003
The London Metropolitan Police has recruited its first transsexual officer, but he will not be able to conduct searches because the force could be sued.

Louisiana Parish Buy LDV Command Vehicle

January 29, 2003
The Jefferson Parish (La.) Sheriff’s Department has purchased a command and communication vehicle from LDV Inc. The unit was used recently during a critical incident in which a Gretna man held his two young sons hostage.

U.K. Officer Killed in Raid

January 15, 2003
A policeman was killed and four wounded while raiding a house in connection with the recent recovery of the deadly poison ricin. Three terrorist suspects were arrested as a result of the raid.

Former NYPD Official Announced New Miami Police Chief

December 26, 2002
John F. Timoney, the former police commissioner of Philadelphia and former first deputy commissioner in New York, has been chosen as the next chief of police in Miami. He is taking on a challenge as the new head of a department mired in controversy, as well as an outsider.

Rankings of Unsafe Cities Called Into Question

December 11, 2002
Several criminologists dispute a new report by a private publishing company that ranks unsafe cities, saying the ranking is based on flimsy and flawed methods.

Grocery Stores Install Biometric Technology

December 11, 2002
Many small supermarkets are investing in personal identification systems to crack down on check-cashing fraud.

Officer Shot and Killed

November 20, 2002
A Red Bluff, Calif., police officer was shot and killed execution-style at a gas station in the rural town while he filled his patrol car.

NYC Cops Fight World Terror

November 20, 2002
Next year, New York City's finest will work overseas to help foreign law enforcement agencies fight terror on a worldwide scale.
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