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Web Weather for Free

January 31, 2002
Meteorlogix, a Minneapolis-based weather services provider, now offers customizable Website information at the Wx.com Website.

Marines Develop High-Tech Banana Peel for Crowd Control

January 24, 2002
The U.S. Marine Corps reports the deployment of a new crowd-control weapon that promises to make riots much more slippery affairs.

Mass. Troopers Enlist Wireless E-Mail Devices in War on Terrorism

January 24, 2002
The BlackBerry, a pricey handheld wireless Internet device favored by Wall Street investment bankers and Hollywood producers, may soon be one of the most effective weapons in the arsenal of U.S. homeland defense.

Wireless E9-1-1 Location Technology Deployed

January 11, 2002
New E9-1-1 Technology gives police specific location information on 911 calls made on wireless phones.

Computer 'Library' Speeds Evidence Collection

January 10, 2002
Computer forensics experts can now sift through thousands of files on a suspect's computer to find those relevant for evidence much more quickly thanks to the National Software Reference Library(NSRL), developed by computer scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Criminal Justice Profession Gains Popularity

November 28, 2001
NEW YORK — Where are your kids going to college? If it’s a school with a criminal justice studies program, they may be part of a larger than normal incoming class if the nationwide trend follows the example at one of the country’s top criminal justice colleges.

SEARCH and BJA Postpone 2001 Symposium and Workshop

September 1, 2001
SEARCH and BJA intend to reschedule this event within the next 6 months, and will continue to update the Symposium Website with information on the new date, times and location of this event.
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