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Segway Announces NYPD Purchase of Segway Personal Transporters

May 24, 2007
Segway recently announced that the New York City Police Department has purchased a fleet of 10 Segway Personal Transporters (PTs) that it plans to deploy on patrols in city parks this summer. The use of the Segway i2 Police units will help the department increase patrol coverage in park environments, improve emergency response times by patrol officers, and reduce pollution.

Colo. School Cancels Class After Suspicious Persons Scare

May 10, 2007
A suspicious persons report prompted school officials to cancel classes so police could search Boulder High School with a bomb-sniffing dog.

Second Chance Armor Marks 1,000 “Saves”

May 10, 2007
Second Chance Armor’s bullet-resistant vests have now saved the lives of 1,000 law enforcement professionals.

MIPT Announces National Campus Security Summit

May 10, 2007
University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) President W. Roger Webb has announced to a U.S. Senate Committee that UCO will host a National Campus Security Summit on May 30.

NASCAR's Jeff Gordon Drives in Support of the National Law Enforcement Museum

May 3, 2007
As NASCAR frontrunner Jeff Gordon looks to extend his points lead during this Saturday's race at Richmond International Raceway, he will also be encouraging racing fans to honor America's law enforcement heroes by supporting the National Law Enforcement Museum.

TREXPO Adds Legendary Member to Group of Advisors

May 3, 2007
Blair M. Gluba has joined the TREXPO Advisory Board. Gluba is a former special agent with the Central Intelligence Agency Office of Security. He then accepted an appointment with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) where he remained for 26 years and retired as the Special Assistant to the Director.

TREXPO East Registration Open

April 26, 2007
Featuring an expanded focus on tactical medicine, the 2007 TREXPO East expo and conference in Chantilly, Va., Aug. 21-24 offers training, education, product exposure, and networking.

Virginia Tech Gunman Sent Package to News Station Between Shootings

April 19, 2007
During the hours between the initial attack and his 30-victim killing spree, the Virginia Tech gunman mailed a large package containing a manifesto-like diatribe, videos, and photographs to NBC News.

Report: SWAT Member Thought FBI Agent Was Robber

April 12, 2007
During the arrest of suspects thought to be involved in a string of violent bank heists, one FBI agent may have mistaken a fellow agent for a robber and fired the shot that killed him, according to a newspaper report.

Lawmakers Threaten FBI Over Spy Powers

March 21, 2007
Republicans and Democrats sternly warned the FBI on Tuesday that it could lose its broad power to collect telephone, e-mail and financial records to hunt terrorists after revelations of widespread abuses of the authority detailed in a recent internal investigation.
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