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Security Alert Issued to Mass Transit

May 5, 2006
U.S. mass transit systems should remain alert against possible terror attacks, the Homeland Security Department said in a new warning that highlighted suspicious activity at unnamed European subway stations last fall.

NLEOMF Holds Engraving Day Ceremony to Honor the Lives of Fallen Officers

April 27, 2006
On Tuesday, April 25th, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund held its annual Engraving Day ceremony. Engraving Day occurs every April at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, dedicating the newly engraved names on the memorial. Presenters this year included NLEOMF Chairman Craig W. Floyd and Prince George's County Police Chief Melvin C. High.

Germany’s GSG-9 Wins Original S.W.A.T. Challenge

April 6, 2006
For the second year in a row, Germany’s special forces unit, GSG-9, won the overall championship at the Original S.W.A.T. Footwear Co. World Challenge (OSWC) Coming in a close second were San Antonio (Texas) SWAT, followed by Lexington (Ky.) SWAT in third.

No Indictment in Pa. Police Station Death

March 23, 2006
A grand jury declined to indict a man for fatally shooting a fellow officer as they cleaned their guns inside a police station, prosecutors announced Wednesday.

Brownells Launches New Law Enforcement Website

March 16, 2006
Brownells, supplier of factory gun parts, gunsmithing tools, and accessories, has launched a new Website — www.Brownells.mil-le.com — focused on the special needs of military and law enforcement personnel.

La. First Responders Must Find New Housing

March 2, 2006
Hundreds of hurricane evacuees who have been living on two cruise ships in New Orleans began clearing out Wednesday morning, while people on a third vessel in St. Bernard Parish spent the morning fighting to stay put.

Law Enforcement Museum Holds Film Festival

March 2, 2006
A three-day festival of law enforcement movies began yesterday at the AFI Silver Theatre in Silver Spring, Md.

Research Shows Tougher Seat Belt Laws Increase Belt Use

February 23, 2006
New York enacted the first statewide mandatory seat belt law in 1984. Now 49 states have some form of law requiring drivers and passengers to buckle up, and shows that they are having the desired effect. More and more motorists are wearing their belts.

5.11 Tactical Gear Now Available Under Homeland Security Grant Program

February 8, 2006
5.11 Tactical gear has been added to the Homeland Security Department’s Authorized Equipment List (AEL). The DHS has allocated more than $3 billion for U.S. grants to be used for domestic preparedness. Law enforcement and public safety departments can now apply for grant monies to pay for preparedness outfitting in specified 5.11 products.

Sheriff’s Office Returns Property After 29 Years

February 8, 2006
After being evicted in 1977, Mr. John Bayles then of Mission, Kansas and now of Toronto, Kansas had left behind property he didn’t know he had left. Once the moving company and emptied the apartment deputies searched the apartment for any remaining items and found $23.87 in U.S. currency, a silver dollar over 100 years old, several foreign coins, and commemorative coins. This money was logged and placed into the Johnson County (Kansas) Sheriff’s property room but never claimed. Until now.
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