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Smart Card Plan Would Help ID Armed Officers at Airports

June 1, 2000
The card was developed after a recent General Accounting Office (GAO) investigation revealed that investigators used bogus police ID and other phony documents to access secure areas of several airports, as well as to enter 19 government buildings basically unquestioned.

Orange County Deputies to Use Video During Family Disturbance Calls

June 1, 2000
The Orange County Sheriff's Department in California is giving deputies digital video cameras to film family disturbance calls. The 20 cameras cost $20,000 and will help provide evidence for domestic violence cases.

Anti-Missile Technology May Help Identify Dead Bodies

May 1, 2000
Santa Teresa, New Mexico's Recognition Solutions Inc. is employing copyrighted software that uncovers the individual characteristics of a body's skull when used on typical X-rays commonly used by dentists. This technology was originally designed for the rapid determination incoming international missiles.
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Software Helps Find the Perfect Patrol Vehicle

February 1, 2000
The National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLE CTC) has developed free Internet-based software to help fleet administrators select the patrol vehicle that is best suited to their specific needs.

Assistance Offered in Search for Missing Children

February 1, 2000
The CyberTipline is an initiative for computer users to report information regarding the enticement of children for sexual purposes, child prostitution, child-sex tourism and the possession, manufacture, and/or distribution of child pornography.

Prentice Hall Announces New Online Police Store

February 1, 1999
Now getting the high quality police texts and training materials at 20% off retail is just a click away. Whether you are a seasoned professional studying for a promotion, or a new cadet, there is something for everyone.

Virginia Police Go Airborne to Catch Elusive Speeders

January 1, 1999
Virginia State Police are going airborne to catch speeders who use radar detectors. "Bear in the Air," the new program, goes into effect July 1.The new traffic laws this year have harsher penalties for drunk driving and a ban on children riding in the beds of pickup trucks.
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