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Hard Drive Evidence Tested in New Project

September 16, 2002
Defense attorneys often challenge law enforcement's use of image tools to copy suspects' computer hard drive files for evidence.

TOP COPS Awards Move to New York City

August 8, 2002
The National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) will hold its Ninth Annual TOP COPS Awards in New York City on September 11, 2002.

Unsatisfied Starbucks Robbers Serve Coffee

May 1, 2002
Not satisfied with the amount of money they found in a Starbucks safe, two robbers allegedly filled coffee orders and pocketed the proceeds.

LAPD Chief Vows to Fight for Job

April 10, 2002
Police Chief Bernard Parks vowed to take his fight to the Los Angeles City Council after a civilian panel decided not to grant him a second five-year term.

DNA Database Benefits Outweigh Problems

March 14, 2002
A new law went into effect on Jan. 1 in Michigan. It ordered everyone convicted of a felony or sex-related misdemeanor in Michigan to give authorities a sample of their DNA. This would be very helpful to investigators -- if everything were in place to carry it out.

States Push For "Smarter" Driver's Licenses

February 21, 2002
Lawmakers and government agencies are pushing for "smart" driver's licenses to reduce identity fraud in the wake of Sept. 11. But many fear this will lead to virtual national identity cards that could infringe upon the private rights of citizens.

New Crime Statistics Website

February 14, 2002
A new Website from the Justice Department provides comprehensive criminal datasets for state and local law enforcement, including homicide statistics and trends across the 50 states.

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.
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