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Suspects Running Down Cops in Edmonton

October 10, 2003
Police officers in Edmonton, Canada, are rethinking their procedures after suspects aimed at them with cars six times in the last month.

Permanent Exhibit Remembers 9/11

September 15, 2003
The New York City Police Museum has opened a permanent exhibit dedicated to the 23 city officers killed in the terrorist attack on Sept. 11, 2001.

U.S. to Add Thousands of Air Marshals

September 4, 2003
Making use of available resources, the Bush Administration is reorganizing its homeland security programs to make 5,000 agents available to fly on commercial airlines.

Conference to Feature Biometric Technologies

August 8, 2003
Recent advances in biometrics as well as technological and security issues concerning the industry will be hot topics at the Biometrics Consortium Conference 2003, Sept. 22-24 in Arlington, Va.

Court Denies Davidians Damages in Claim Against U.S.

July 16, 2003
Survivors of the 1993 confrontation between the FBI and members of the Branch Davidian cult may not collect damages from the government for a wrongful death claim filed in 2000, a federal appeals court ruled.

New 311 Line to Lessen 911 Calls

July 3, 2003
A 311 non-emergency line was recently established on Martha's Vineyard to keep down the number of bogus 911 calls taking time away from answering truly urgent calls.

Research Leads to Advanced DNA Analysis

June 27, 2003
With a new DNA analysis method, samples that were once considered too damaged or degraded to be analyzed through conventional methods can now be accurately identified.

DOJ Offers $78.1 Million in Grants to Hire Cops

June 6, 2003
The U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) has announced $78.1 million in grants to fund the hiring of 1,004 new law enforcement officers in 181 cities and towns across the country.

Man Sues Over Pot-filled Car

June 6, 2003
When Jose Aguado Cervantes bought a car at a U.S. marshal’s auction four years ago, he didn’t know that 119 pounds of marijuana were stashed in the bumpers.

Man Reports Stolen Marijuana

May 9, 2003
A school bus driver called police in Dublin, Georgia, to report that his home had been burgled, and then told officers someone stole his marijuana.
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