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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.

ACLU Objects to Request for DNA of All City’s Males

January 20, 2005
Civil rights advocates disagree with what one group is calling a “DNA dragnet” to find the man who raped and murdered a woman three years ago in a small seaside community in Cape Cod.

Man Masquerading as Cop Pulls Over Real Officer

January 20, 2005
An Ohio man is facing five charges after being caught by a real cop for impersonating a police officer.

Police Arrest Murder Suspect After Mistakenly Releasing Him

January 13, 2005
A paperwork error let Watson J. Ward, 22, walk out of a Detroit police station the same day he was scheduled to be arraigned on charges of first-degree murder and assault with intent to murder.

Hostages Released From Peruvian Police Station Barricade

January 6, 2005
About 125 members of an armed nationalist group overtook a police station in the remote town of Andahuaylas, Peru. But after a four-day standoff, they surrendered and released their 17 hostages, which included police officers and soldiers.

France to Punish Police for Losing “Bomb” During Exercise

December 14, 2004
Police officers in France will be disciplined for planting plastic explosives in an airline passenger’s luggage as part of a K-9 bomb-sniffing exercise and then losing track of the bag.

Research Helps Cops Gather Evidence From PDAs

October 28, 2004
Recent testing of the PDA forensics tools available could help law enforcement better use them by understanding the software’s capabilities and limitations.
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