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Suspect in Oklahoma Police Chase Arrested After Reporting Abandoned Truck Stolen

July 14, 2005
An Oklahoma man was arrested after allegedly leading police on a chase, ditching his vehicle, fleeing on foot, and then making contact to report his vehicle stolen.

U.S. Mass Transit on Orange Alert

July 8, 2005
The United States government has upgraded the threat level from code yellow to code orange, or high risk of terrorist attack, for the nation’s mass transit system in response to the bomb attacks on London’s transit system yesterday that killed an estimated 50 people and injured 400.

Bush Makes More Changes to U.S. Intelligence Agencies

July 1, 2005
President Bush has ordered more sweeping changes to the United States intelligence community and gave the new national intelligence chief more power over the FBI in response to a presidential commission that spelled out various intelligence failures.

Bill to Pull Aid from Mexico If No Death Penalty Extraditions

June 23, 2005
Rep. Bob Beauprez (R-Colo.) and Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-N.C.) have proposed legislation to stop supplying $66 million in aid to Mexico if the country refuses to extradite cop killers who could receive sentences of death or life without parole.

Deathrow Inmate Wants Clemency to Donate Organ

May 19, 2005
A man scheduled to receive a lethal injection in Indiana next week wants a stay of execution so he can donate part of his liver to his sister, who needs a transplant.

Woman Chooses Donating Packers Tickets Over Jail

April 29, 2005
A Wisconsin judge handed out an unusual sentence for theft when he ordered the convicted woman to decide between serving 90 days in jail and donating her family’s Green Bay Packers season tickets to charity.

Many Agencies Drop Suits Against Ford

March 23, 2005
Many police departments that joined a class-action lawsuit claiming Ford Crown Victoria police cruisers are unsafe have dropped out because it was the only way Ford would agree to continue selling them cars.

Internet Phones Potential Security Risk

February 10, 2005
Federal agencies and other organizations considering switching their telephone systems to Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) should take precautions to help minimize security risks, says a recent report.

California to Overhaul Youth Prison System

February 3, 2005
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s administration has promised to back a new system that would seek to remediate the golden state’s juvenile offenders with therapy and positive reinforcement instead of simply using punishment.

Calif. PD Increases Firepower After Gang Threats

January 27, 2005
The police chief of Ceres, Calif., has instructed his officers to carry assault rifles to all calls in response to what he says is a gang threat against his entire police force.
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