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Tougher Rules for Florida Law Enforcement

March 21, 2007
Law enforcement and corrections officers in Florida may soon be held to a higher standard when complaints are filed against them.

Olympia Police Officials Win National Alarm Management Award

March 1, 2007
Two members of the Olympia (Wash.) Police Department received a national award February 20, 2007, for helping to improve alarm management practices in their city. The "Award of Distinction for Excellence in Alarm Management" is given by the Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC) in recognition of innovative and successful practices that reduce the number of burglar alarm signals generating calls for police dispatch.

Arkansas Seat Belt Law Gains Support

February 22, 2007
State Attorney General Dustin McDaniel and leaders in law enforcement and medicine in Arkansas have thrown their support behind making seat-belt non-use a primary offense -- meaning an officer could stop a vehicle only because the driver was observed not using a seat belt.

World Am Sponsors Missing Child Alert Systems for Police in California

February 1, 2007
World Am has committed to purchasing Missing Child Alert Systems for police departments in California that have requested the system from its developer, New York-based AdZone Research.

TREXPO West and Campus Safety Magazine to Launch New Program

December 21, 2006
TREXPO, the premier tactical response and law enforcement event, is launching a new initiative combining the knowledge and expertise of TREXPO West and Campus Safety Magazine, the only publication exclusively serving the public safety and security needs of hospitals, schools, and universities, at TREXPO West 2007 in Long Beach, March 19-22.

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.
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