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Citizens Save Texas Cop

May 23, 2003
Two people went out of their way to help a police officer in an arrest turned almost deadly in Linden, Texas.

Enjoy Discount Limo Rides

May 23, 2003
Washington D.C.-area company Limo Express is now offering discounts to police officers and other “everyday heroes.”

President Bush Speaks on Peace Officers Memorial Day

May 16, 2003
May 15, 2003 marked the fortieth anniversary of the annual police week celebration held in Washington, D.C., where President Bush thanked police officers for their duty and sacrifice.

LAPD to Disband Undercover Transit Units

May 2, 2003
Despite success in arresting vandals, pickpockets, and sexual predators, two of the Los Angeles Police Department’s undercover units are being disbanded to put more cops on the streets.

Court Says Man Can Legally Bark at Police Dog

April 10, 2003
The 4th Ohio District court of Appeals upheld the dismissal of charges against a man who returned the barks of police dog Pepsie in Athens, Ohio, in September 2001.

Guide Helps Officers Investigate Equipment Theft

March 28, 2003
The National Equipment Register (NER) has released a guide to investigating theft of heavy equipment, available free to all law enforcement officers.

Federal DNA Initiative Could Help Fund Police Departments

March 19, 2003
An initiative being proposed by the federal government could help bring criminals to justice through the use of DNA technology by providing funds, training, and assistance.

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.
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