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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.

Cold Pill Access Cut

January 30, 2004
Major drug stores across the country are putting over-the-counter cold medications out of reach of customers and limiting quantities sold to stem their use in creating methamphetamines.

IES and Taser International Premiere Laser-Based Taser Training

January 16, 2004
IES Interactive Training, provider of use-of-force training products for law enforcement, now offers a laser-based Taser training weapon and accompanying training course.

Detective Discovers Declared-Dead Toddler Alive

November 14, 2003
A Fullerton, Calif., police detective photographing the body of a 20-month-old drowning victim noticed the little girl’s chest rising and falling. After his partner called in medical personnel it was confirmed that the toddler, pronounced dead an hour before, had a pulse and was breathing on her own.

Man Steals Police Car, Kills Self

November 7, 2003
After being arrested, a Maryland man drove away in a police cruiser and later shot himself with a rifle he found in the trunk.

Chiefs and Mayors Fight Funding Cuts

October 31, 2003
At the 2003 International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference in Philadelphia last week, mayors and chiefs from across the country protested Congress’ plans to drastically cut federal funding to law enforcement.

Stricter Rules for Foreign Visitors to U.S.

October 31, 2003
Many foreign visitors to the United States will soon undergo stricter security measures including being photographed and fingerprinted when entering the country.

LEOPARD Challenge Finals Held

October 17, 2003
The national championship finals for the athletic obstacle course called the LEOPARD Challenge will take place Saturday, October 18, in Pikesville, Maryland.
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