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Law Enforcement Associates Signs Licensing Deal With Smith & Wesson

August 20, 2006
Law Enforcement Associates has signed a licensing agreement with Smith & Wesson under which that company’s well-known global name will be used with some LEA products.

Man Charged With Disrupting Police Radios

August 20, 2006
It started with random noises, including burps, whistles and clicking, progressing to curse words, taunts and threats.

Class of Police Recruits is Fired

August 10, 2006
An entire class of Cobb County, Ga., police recruits was fired Monday after they cheated on a test, authorities said.

Maryland Police Arrest Dozens of Crips Members

August 10, 2006
A combined task force of state, county, and municipal police has resulted in more than 50 arrests and the dismantling of a Crips gang that was operating in at least three Maryland counties.

Police Hope Bilingual Hotline Will Get People Talking

July 20, 2006
In Harrisburg, Penn., police are now using a bilingual hotline in hopes of gathering some new leads.

FAA Grounds L.A. Sheriff's Drone Air Force

June 29, 2006
The Federal Aviation Administration has temporarily shot down Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca's plans to launch unmanned surveillance drones to monitor crime.

NY Police Use Anti-DUI Talking Urinal Messages

June 15, 2006
Traffic safety officials in New York’s Nassau County are using talking urinals as a unique way to reach men with a "drink responsibly" message.

Decatur Electronics Helps Police to Catch Speeders

June 8, 2006
Decatur Electronics has joined with the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) and the Illinois State Police (ISP) to promote work zone safety and speed enforcement during the construction season.

Evidence Photographers Learn How to Document Terrorist Activities

June 8, 2006
Announcing its 2006 School of Evidence Photography and Imaging, to be held in Long Beach, Calif., November 16-19, Evidence Photographers International Council (EPIC) reveals the addition of timely new and vitally relevant classes, such as how to photograph terrorist activities for evidence.

Chicago to Purchase Segways for Police Department

May 18, 2006
Recently, the City of Chicago released a $580,000 contract to purchase Segway Human Transporters, primarily for the police department. This contract will allow the city to acquire up to 100 Segway HTs.
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