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Cops Take Classes to Fight Internet Crime

June 3, 2004
Across Europe, police agencies are teaching officers how to use computer forensics to combat the new and growing trend of crimes perpetrated over the Internet.

Jail Enforces Visitor Dress Code

May 20, 2004
Skimpy clothing is no longer allowed at St. Joseph County Jail in South Bend, Ind., following a new rule regulating visitors’ dress.

Thousands to Gather to Honor Fallen Officers

May 13, 2004
The law enforcement community comes together every May during National Police Week to honor and remember police officers killed in the line of duty.

Carolina Cameras Identify Speeders

April 16, 2004
The City Council of Charlotte, North Carolina, has voted to allow police to use 14 radar cameras at the city’s busiest intersections to record drivers’ speeds and issue citations if drivers exceed the speed limit.

Air Marshals Monitor Behavior to Pinpoint Terrorists

April 16, 2004
A pilot program at Logan International Airport in Boston uses “behavior pattern recognition” to single out people exhibiting unusual behavior that might be planning an act of terrorism.

Women Working in Corrections Conference Announced

April 9, 2004
The tenth national “Women Working in Corrections and Juvenile Justice Conference” will take place in Baltimore Oct. 31-Nov. 3.

Post-9/11 Lung Problems Affect Police

March 5, 2004
A recent study found that respiratory symptoms developed in more than 75 percent of law enforcement officers who responded to the attack on the World Trade Center in September 2001.

Marchers Rally for Louisville Police

February 27, 2004
A crowd of more than 500 people marched in Louisville, Kentucky, to show support for their local police force in the wake of the much-publicized death of a black male shot by Louisville Metro Police.

Federal Guidelines for Computer Security Drafted

February 27, 2004
A publication from the National Institute of Standards and Technology details controls that will become mandatory for most federal computer information systems in 2005.

Cities Vie for Officers Cleveland PD To Lay Off

December 12, 2003
Police departments across the country are interviewing officers set to be laid off from the Cleveland Police Department due to budget cuts.
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