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Death Row Would-Be Liver Donor Executed

May 27, 2005
Convicted murderer Gregory Scott Johnson did not receive his requested reprieve to donate part of his liver to his ailing sister. He died by injection Wednesday at the Indiana State Prison for beating an 82-year-old woman to death in 1985.

PERF Releases New Book on Police Use of Force

May 19, 2005
A new report intended to help police chiefs make more informed decisions about the use of force in their departments has been released by the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), in conjunction with Motorola.

NER Holds Regional Seminars on Stolen Equipment

May 13, 2005
To train police officers how to better track stolen equipment and vehicles, the first of several regional heavy equipment theft summits will be held June 21 in Jackson, Miss. The FBI-LEEDA and the National Equipment Register will sponsor the event.

Cops Compete in Baker-to-Vegas Relay

April 29, 2005
The 21st annual Baker-to-Vegas Challenge Cup Relay Race welcomed 228 teams in 11 divisions made up of agencies from several Western states for the desert run. 20,000 people, including runners, support staff, and volunteers, were involved in the race.

Two Charged Under New Human Trafficking Law

April 8, 2005
Ricardo Contreras and Regino Sanchez are charged with attempting to smuggle an 18-year-old Guatemalan woman into Lantana, Florida under the state’s new law against human trafficking.

Collecting Criminals' DNA Ruled Constitutional

March 23, 2005
A federal law that requires prisoners, parolees, and some people on probation to submit DNA for an FBI database has been ruled constitutional in a Philadelphia appeals court.

Border Patrol Struggles to Stem Influx of Illegals

February 24, 2005
Despite new technologies introduced to help police the border, Border Patrol agents catch only about one-third of the estimated 3 million people who illegally cross the border between Mexico and the United States each year.

Bill Would Have States Check Citizenship for Licenses

February 17, 2005
In an effort to keep foreign terrorists from acquiring United States drivers licenses, the House of Representatives passed a bill that would make states verify that applicants are U.S. citizens or legal immigrants.

Police Raid Children’s Birthday Party

February 10, 2005
Officers interrupted a toddler’s birthday party to arrest a pregnant woman on accusations of selling marijuana.

EPIC to Hold Annual Forensic Photography Classes

February 10, 2005
The Evidence Photographers International Council (EPIC) will hold its 2005 classes on evidence photography and imaging in Atlanta in November.
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