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Law Enforcement Fatalities Up Since Last Year

July 15, 2004
The number of police officers killed during the first half of 2004 increased by more than seven percent compared to the same period last year.

Nation to “Ramp Up Security” to Thwart Possible al-Quaida Plot

July 8, 2004
Intelligence indicating that al-Quaida could launch terrorist attacks to disrupt the upcoming presidential election has prompted the United States to bolster security measures.

Supreme Court to Consider Extent of Police Searches

June 17, 2004
Justices of the Supreme Court have agreed to review the extent to which police can search homes without violating individual constitutional rights.

Police OK British Soccer Fans Smoking Pot

June 17, 2004
To prevent violence and promote calm, Portuguese law enforcement decided to allow fans of England’s soccer team to smoke marijuana before a major match against France held in Lisbon Sunday.

Major League Baseball Joins Click-It or Ticket Campaign

May 27, 2004
As part of the national mobilization campaign to encourage safety belt use, many law enforcement agencies have teamed with each other—and in Massachusetts, the state’s department of public safety has teamed with a major league ballpark.

U.S. Considers Creating New British-Style Agency

April 9, 2004
Speculation has circulated that the FBI’s inability to predict and prevent the 9/11 terrorist attack from happening would lead to the development of a new government agency better able to share and analyze information, modeled after the United Kingdom’s domestic intelligence agency, MI5.

Liquid to Aid in Arson Investigations

April 2, 2004
A new liquid could help arson investigators distinguish residue of fuels used to set fires from insecticide residue and other similar substances.

U.S. Changes Policy For Crossing Mexican Border

March 5, 2004
The Bush administration has changed its plans to require many Mexican nationals crossing the border from Mexico into the United States for short trips to be fingerprinted and photographed.

Senate to Vote on Cop Concealed Carry Bill

February 27, 2004
A bill dubbed “National Concealed Carry for Cops” is scheduled to go to a vote in the Senate on March 2.

Sheriff’s Office Tests Segways for Community Policing

February 20, 2004
The Osceola (Fla.) County Sheriff’s Office will use the Segway Human Transporter (HT) electric scooter on a six-month trial basis for community policing.
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