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ASIS Offers Certification Programs

April 21, 2003
ASIS International, an organization for security professionals, has introduced two technical certifications to recognize expertise in the technology of investigation and security.

Prosecutor Fired Over Trust Issue with Police

March 28, 2003
Albuquerque, New Mexico Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Albright was dismissed after her boss said she betrayed the trust of local police by blowing two officers' cover.

Charges Dropped Against SF Chief

March 12, 2003
The district attorney dropped all charges against San Francisco Police Chief Earl Sanders and his top assistant, saying he couldn't prove they participated in the cover-up of a street brawl involving off-duty police officers.

Hockey Team Offers Police Discount Tickets

March 3, 2003
The National Hockey League's Washington Capitals will honor police, firefighters, and emergency medical services (EMS) personnel during a special "Heroes Night" on Thursday, March 6 at 7 p.m.

L.A. County Sheriff’s Department To Use Laser Gun Sights

February 28, 2003
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has officially authorized its nearly 9,000 deputies to carry and use Crimson Trace Lasergrips.

Police Officers Leaving for War Thin the Ranks

February 20, 2003
Many police departments have had to compensate for shrinking numbers as officers are called to military duty.

Seattle Police Consider Videotaping All Interrogations

February 20, 2003
To guard against wrongful convictions, Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske says he is considering changing departmental policy to require videotaping of police interrogations.

Engineering Students Work to Improve Police Cars

February 13, 2003
A dozen engineering students at Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J., are completing a project that could help protect the lives New Jersey State Police.

Cincinnati Hate-Crime Law Now Includes Homosexuals

February 6, 2003
Under Cincinnati law, a hate-crime charge filed against someone could double the penalty if police believe the crime was based on sexual orientation.

Bill Would Raise Fees, Save Cops' Jobs

January 23, 2003
In an effort to slow police officer layoffs in the California Bay Area, State Assembly Speaker Herb Wesson has pledged to pass a bill increasing vehicle licensing fees.
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