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Memorial Quilt Planned for 9-11 Victims

June 6, 2002
Taking a cue from AIDS activists, who memorialized victims through a series of quilts in the ‘80s, a national project has formed to create quilts honoring those who died in the 9-11 terrorist attacks.

Second Chance Body Armor Saves 850th Officer

June 6, 2002
Sgt. Stephen Ellison of the Campbell County (Ky.) Police Department recently joined a select but growing club of officers who have been saved by soft body armor manufactured by Second Chance.

Gun Rights for Individuals Broadened

May 8, 2002
The Bush administration has told the Supreme Court that it believes the Constitution protects an individual's right to possess firearms. This is a first. It reverses decades of Justice Department policy.

Deadline Approaches for 2002 Vest Funding

April 1, 2002
If you want to obtain federal funding for your agency's bulletproof vest purchases made since Mar. 1999, the application deadline is rapidly approaching. The 2002 application submission period ends on April 13, 2002.

New Powered Scooter: Useful to Police?

December 3, 2001
NEW YORK -- After months of speculation about his mysterious innovation, an inventor unveiled his new device - a gyroscope-stabilized, battery-powered scooter that he hopes will revolutionize short-distance travel.

Anti-terrorism Policies Affect Crime Rates

November 20, 2001
LOS ANGELES - Across the country, policy changes resulting from the September 11 events seem to be affecting crime rates in surprising ways.

Student Shoots Himself At School

November 14, 2001
DETROIT — A 17-year-old student smuggled guns into his school outside a small town north of Detroit, took two hostages and then killed himself, law enforcement officials said.

Massachusetts Clears Five 'Salem Witches'

November 14, 2001
BOSTON — More than three hundred years after being accused, tried and hanged as witches on Gallows Hill in Salem, Mass., five women have been officially exonerated by the state.

Ashcroft Restructures Justice Department

November 8, 2001
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Attorney General John Ashcroft unveiled a plan to restructure the Justice Department to focus on combating terrorism, possibly changing the role of local law enforcement.

Airport Security Workers Accused

November 5, 2001
CHICAGO -- Private security workers at O'Hare International Airport were accused of letting a man pass through a checkpoint with several knives and a stun gun.
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