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Joint K-9, SWAT Competition Announced

January 26, 2004
The inaugural “SKIDDS Challenge” will be held in Oxnard, Calif., July 21, 2004. This one-day competition will test SWAT and K-9 teams in areas of stealth searches, shooting skills, team movement, arrest procedures, agility, tactical obedience, and physical endurance.

Shootings and Cars Caused Most 2003 Officer Deaths

January 9, 2004
The number of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty reached 148 in 2003, according to a recent report released by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) and Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS).

Universal Studios Hollywood Offers Police Free Passes

November 7, 2003
In recognition of their efforts during the recent California wildfires, Universal Studios Hollywood is offering two free annual passes to any firefighter, law enforcement officer, paramedic, Red Cross employee, or 911 personnel from now through March 31, 2004.

Woman Robs Bank Dressed as Clown

October 31, 2003
Police are still searching for a robber whose Halloween disguise helped her walk away with money from a Virginia Beach, Virginia, Bank of America.

Supreme Court Evaluates Online Porn Law

October 17, 2003
The question of how to reconcile the problem of online child pornography with the danger of excessive censorship has again reached the Supreme Court.

Seattle PD Hires Marketing Firm

October 3, 2003
The Seattle Police Department has hired local company Pyramid Communications to analyze media coverage of the agency and find ways to better communicate with the public.

Bank Robber Returns to Deposit Stolen Money

September 19, 2003
A man got 33-years-to-life in prison for bank robbery after being caught depositing part of the stolen cash at the same bank hours later.

Customer Dials 9-1-1 Over Fast Food Charge

September 4, 2003
Police in Avon, Ohio, responded to a 9-1-1 call at a McDonald’s restaurant. The emergency was a customer being charged for extra sauce with her meal.

Patriot Act II Most Likely a Dead Issue

August 1, 2003
Although the Patriot Act passed easily soon after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a planned expansion of the powers granted to the Federal government with that bill is not getting the same welcome.
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