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Improve Security of Your Handheld IT Devices

September 8, 2005
If you’ve ever lost a piece of valuable equipment such as a laptop computer or PDA, you know how agonizing it is to worry that someone might obtain sensitive information from them. Now, two new reports detail ways to make it more difficult for unauthorized users to access information stored on your handheld device if it is misplaced or stolen.

COPS Materials Promote School Safety

September 8, 2005
Several technical assistance resources intended to support school administrators, parents, and community leaders to improve campus safety are now available from the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS).

U.S. DOJ Hiring Grants Announced

August 19, 2005
Grant monies totaling $4.8 million have been awarded to hire 65 new community policing officers in 25 communities.

Scotland Yard Top Cop Joins PERF Board

August 19, 2005
Sir Ian Blair, commissioner of London’s Metropolitan Police Service, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Washington, D.C.-based Police Executive Research Forum (PERF).

Fungus Leads Police to Suspect Foul Play

August 16, 2005
The strong smell of a large fungus caused German law enforcement officers to search for a dead body.

New NTOA Grants Available

August 5, 2005
New grants are now available from the National Tactical Officers Association through December 2, 2005.

Senators Criticize FBI for Failure to Improve Anti-Terror Intelligence Since 9/11

July 28, 2005
Senators at a Judiciary Committee meeting raked FBI Director Robert Mueller over the coals yesterday for what it sees as an inability to effectively implement intelligence changes deemed necessary after 9/11, which occurred nearly four years ago.

Suspect in Oklahoma Police Chase Arrested After Reporting Abandoned Truck Stolen

July 14, 2005
An Oklahoma man was arrested after allegedly leading police on a chase, ditching his vehicle, fleeing on foot, and then making contact to report his vehicle stolen.

U.S. Mass Transit on Orange Alert

July 8, 2005
The United States government has upgraded the threat level from code yellow to code orange, or high risk of terrorist attack, for the nation’s mass transit system in response to the bomb attacks on London’s transit system yesterday that killed an estimated 50 people and injured 400.

Bush Makes More Changes to U.S. Intelligence Agencies

July 1, 2005
President Bush has ordered more sweeping changes to the United States intelligence community and gave the new national intelligence chief more power over the FBI in response to a presidential commission that spelled out various intelligence failures.
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