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$19 Million in Drug Prevention Grants Available to 150 American Communities

January 28, 2008
Today, the White House ONDCP, and SAMHSA announced the availability of new, Drug Free Communities (DFC) Support Program funds totaling $19 million. The deadline to submit DFC grantee applications is Friday, March 21, 2008.

National Law Enforcement Groups, Brady Center Urge Supreme Court to Rule for D.C. Gun Ban

January 25, 2008
Nine law enforcement groups, including the International Association of Chiefs of Police, have allied with the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence in filing a "friend of the court" brief urging the Supreme Court to reverse a federal appeals court ruling that strikes down a District of Columbia gun law as a violation of the Second Amendment.

L.A. City Council Claims Jurisdiction Over LAPD Financial Disclosure Rules

January 24, 2008
The Los Angeles City Council has decided that it has dominion over the civilian Police Commission. Specifically, it will determine whether the city's anti-gang and narcotics officers will have to disclose detailed information about their personal finances.

LAPD Officer Wounded by Underground Blast

January 23, 2008
An underground explosion downtown that threw two manhole covers in the air slightly injured a Los Angeles police officer Monday.

Maryland Transportation Officer Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver

January 4, 2008
Maryland Transportation Authority Police say that one of the department's officers, Courtney G. Brooks, was killed New Year's Eve in Baltimore by a hit-and-run driver.

Quartermaster Opens New Retail Location In Southern California

January 3, 2008
Quartermaster's new store in Santa Ana, Calif., offers personalized customer service for law enforcement and public safety professionals. Grand-opening events include drawings for free gear.

Philadelphia Housing Authority Police 1st in City with GPS

January 2, 2008
Philadelphia Housing Authority Police have become the first and only police force in the city with Global Positioning Systems in all of their marked vehicles. The system is designed to increase the department's efficiency and provide cost savings to PHA.

Indianapolis Officials Fret Over Police Retirements

December 28, 2007
Indianapolis city officials are facing a severe shortage of law enforcement personnel.

San Diego Residents Help Police Catch Would-Be Tagger

December 28, 2007
Two San Diego residents helped police catch a would-be tagger near Horton Plaza earlier this week.

Border Patrol Reports Sharp Increase in Attacks on Agents

December 20, 2007
The U.S. Border Patrol reported Wednesday that its agents have been attacked 250 times on the Mexican border since Oct. 1, a 38-percent increase over the same period last year.
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