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Louisiana Man Arrested for Attempting to Buy Plasma TV for Less Than $5

June 29, 2007
A West Monroe, La., man was arrested Tuesday night for attempting to buy a plasma TV at a local Wal-Mart for less than $5.

Junior Police Academy Gives Middle Schoolers Bird's Eye View of Law Enforcement

June 19, 2007
Tailored after the successful Citizen's Police Academy adult program, Pennsylvania law enforcement officers are conducting a Junior Police Academy this summer.

Officer Honored Posthumously on Anniversary of Death

June 18, 2007
Father's Day marked the three-year anniversary of the death of a Jackson (Tenn.) Police Department veteran who was killed in the line of duty. Each year since his death, his life has been celebrated during the Blue Knights of Tennessee Poker Run. This year's event made five stops prior to returning to Jackson, reported the Jackson Sun.

Bugs Tell Tale of Murderer's Cross-Country Trip

June 18, 2007
When two FBI agents and a Bakersfield detective hauled a radiator and air filter -- both splattered with insects -- into UC Davis' Bohart Museum of Entomology, they wanted museum director Lynn Kimsey, a professor of entomology, to identify the insects and their geographical home for an upcoming mass murder trial.

Digital Monitoring System Enables Cost-Effective Tracking

June 15, 2007
Law enforcement officers in Clark County, Ark., have embraced a cost-effective system for tracking criminals who are on parole or who have been sentenced to electronic monitoring in lieu of serving jail time—a new GPS-based digital monitoring system.

Law Enforcement Leaders Urge Congress to Release Crime Gun Data

June 13, 2007
Yesterday, law enforcement officials urged Congress to repeal the current "Tiahrt Amendment" legislation because it prevents police from accessing crime gun trace data. They cited the information as being invaluable, enabling cities to fight illegal gun trafficking more effectively.

Kelly McCann, aka "Jim Grover," to Speak About Realistic Self-Defense

May 31, 2007
One of the best known and most respected personal security experts in the United States, retired Marine Corps Major Kelly McCann, aka "Jim Grover," will be the keynote speaker at TREXPO East, at the Dulles Expo & Conference Center in Chantilly, Va.

Colorado Bill to Aid Police in Tracking Alzheimer's Patients

May 31, 2007
Colorado law enforcement officers now have a new tool enabling them to finding missing seniors, including individuals suffering from Alzheimer's and other disabilities.

Night Vision Goggles Shed Light as Crime-Fighting, Safety Tool

May 29, 2007
A total of 10 counties in Denver’s North Central Region of Homeland Security upgraded their arsenal of crime-fighting and safety tools with the recent purchase of state-of-the-art night vision goggles.

Orlando Police Set Up Hotline to Help Solve Gun Crimes

May 24, 2007
Amid a swell of gun thefts and crimes, police in Orlando, Fla., are providing cash rewards for tips that help find illegal firearms.
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