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Statistics Indicate TASERs Decrease Litigation Against Law Enforcement

June 27, 2007
Statistics compiled in a White Paper released by leading advanced electronic control devices manufacturer TASER International indicate that use of a TASER device reduces the risk of excessive use of force claims and litigation filed against law enforcement agencies and officers.

50th Product Liability Lawsuit Dismissed Against TASER

June 20, 2007
TASER International, Inc., a market leader in advanced electronic control devices announced that the wrongful death product liability lawsuit filed by the estate of Leroy Pierson has been voluntarily dismissed against TASER International.

Five Florida Crime Bills Signed into Law

June 20, 2007
Taking a no-nonsense stance against Internet predators, sex offenders, and crimes committed against law enforcement officers, Florida Governor Charlie Crist signed five bills into law today. Crist also proposed that the Florida Supreme Court empanel a statewide grand jury to investigate gang activities.

TASER International to Introduce Wireless eXtended Range Electronic Projectile

June 14, 2007
TASER International today announced it will introduce its much anticipated XREP wireless 12-gauge Neuro Muscular Incapacitation (NMI) projectile at the annual TASER Tactical Conference on July 9, 2007 in Chicago, Ill.
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Georgia Deputies Search Jail Cells for Illegal Immigrants

June 12, 2007
The Cobb County (Ga.) Sheriff's Office has adopted the policy of screening jail inmates to determine if they are illegal immigrants—marking the department as the first in Georgia to embrace the nascent process. Only a handful of law enforcement agencies nationwide currently embrace the practice.

Texas Law enforcement Busts-Up Accident Fraud Ring

June 6, 2007
Nineteen individuals out of a suspected 22-member accident insurance fraud ring have been arrested by FBI and Dallas/Ft. Worth-based law enforcements officers. The defendants have been charged in a federal indictment with participating in a massive staged accident scheme, according to U.S. Attorney Richard B. Roper of the Northern District of Texas.

Attorney General Expands Justice Department Efforts

June 4, 2007
Addressing employees at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales unveiled a comprehensive crime prevention legislation package geared to strengthen federal laws targeting violent criminals.

High-Definition Vehicle Surveillance System Unveiled

June 1, 2007
Austin, Texas-based CoVi Technologies' recently unveiled high-definition vehicle surveillance security system provides law enforcement officers with a powerful new tool designed to monitor and identify vehicles involved in suspicious or criminal activity, while improving vehicle security in a variety of environments.

LAPD Officer Up for Medal of Valor 61 Years After Death

May 31, 2007
Kesterson was the first officer of the Metropolitan Division of the LAPD to be killed in action. His picture hangs on the wall inside the Metro Division station, and an LAPD valor award is named for him. But other than the fact that his bravery and his marksmanship are well honored in LAPD lore, Kesterson was never decorated for the action that killed him.

Text Messages Help Track Criminals

May 29, 2007
According to New York’s News 10 Now, law enforcement officers in Syracuse are locating the common criminal by reviewing the commonly transmitted text message.
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