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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.

Stereotypes Can Affect Memory

January 23, 2003
Memory of crime stories associated with suspects' pictures reflects racial stereotypes, according to recent research by a Penn State media studies expert.

Guide Helps Police Respond to Rave Parties

January 23, 2003
"Rave Parties" is a new publication that offers police departments tips on how to deal with the problems of raves.

Mueller Defends FBI, Says New Agency a Mistake

December 26, 2002
FBI Director Robert Mueller III, facing growing criticism over his agency's shortcomings in the war against terrorism, spoke in support of his agency's performance in a recent speech and said creating a separate domestic intelligence agency would be "going in the wrong direction."<>

Free CD-ROM Offers 14 Training Programs

December 11, 2002
SAVANT has launched a new free CD-ROM containing 14 computer-based training programs on separation sciences, all of which can be installed directly from the CD.

Police Arrest Cop Impersonators

November 6, 2002
Law enforcement officers in the Dona Ana County area of New Mexico near the Texas border arrested four men who impersonated federal officers and pulled over pedestrians for speeding and identification checks.

NLEOMF Recognizes Memorial's Eleventh Anniversary

October 16, 2002
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund held a wreath laying ceremony on Tuesday, October 15, to commemorate the Memorial's dedication 11 years ago.

Springfield Police Chief Asks for Evaluation of Department

July 17, 2002
Springfield Police Chief John Harris has asked the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) to evaluate his department's practices in a request that surprised most of the staff, according to the State Journal-Register.

NYPD Plans to Post Police Overseas

July 17, 2002
The New York Police Department is considering putting cops in Canada, Europe and the Middle East in a global initiative to guard New York City from terrorism.

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.
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