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D.C. Ordered to Pay in Police Chase

December 14, 2006
A jury has ordered the D.C. government to pay nearly $1 million to a woman who was maimed when her car was struck during a high-speed police chase.

Ohio Sheriff Gets Immigration Enforcement Powers

December 14, 2006
An Ohio sheriff known for his activism against illegal immigrants said his office has been approved for a federal program that provides local authorities some immigration enforcement powers.

FLETC Teaches One-Hand Survival Techniques

December 7, 2006
Using the non-dominant hand is difficult in common situations such as a lefty using a “righty’s” baseball mitt or a person in an arm cast trying to write with the other arm. But with law enforcement the inability to use the non-dominant hand in an active gunfight can have lethal consequences.

St. John’s University to Provide $10 Million in Scholarships for NYPD Cadet Corps Program

November 30, 2006
New York City-based St. John’s University will provide up to $10 million in scholarship grants and other assistance to support the New York City Police Department’s efforts to create the most sophisticated and effective law enforcement agency in the nation.

U.S., Canada to Share Forensics Data

November 16, 2006
U.S. and Canadian law enforcement officials agreed Thursday to begin sharing forensics data from crime scenes in both countries.

Taser Foundation to Hold Poker Tournament Fundraiser in Phoenix

November 16, 2006
The Taser Foundation, a non-profit that benefits families of fallen officers, is holding a Charity Poker Tournament on Dec. 9 at the Fort McDowell Casino in Phoenix. The event will be hosted by 10-time World Series of Poker winner Phil Hellmuth.

Law Enforcement Rhino RTV Unveiled at SEMA

November 2, 2006
Rhino Outdoor International introduced a fully accessorized “Search and Rescue” RTV off-road vehicle at the 2006 SEMA Show in Las Vegas this week.

DUI Organization to Honor 26 Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Officers

October 26, 2006
Fifteen Pennsylvania State Police troopers are among 26 law enforcement officers who will be honored by a statewide association for their work to combat drinking and driving in the commonwealth, State Police Commissioner Jeffrey B. Miller announced today.

Officer Suspended Over Graphic Website

October 13, 2006
A police officer whose Web page on MySpace.com included images of dismembered women has been indefinitely suspended, authorities said.

Software Designed to Protect Children From Predators Free for Departments

October 5, 2006
Ormond Beach, Fla.-based MySafeKids.org has announced that California's Pandora Corporation, manufacturer of software designed to protect children from online predators, will be available for free to anyone who requests it at www.mysafekids.org.
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