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Driver Stops Cop to Claim Own DUI

August 19, 2004
A Vermont man motioned for a police cruiser to pull over and asked the police chief inside to take him in for drunk driving.

Mortgage Program Helps LEOs Buy Homes

July 15, 2004
A new program called Neighborhood Champions is designed to allow police officers to more easily purchase houses in the communities where they work.

ABA Seeks End to Mandatory Minimum Prison Terms

June 24, 2004
Some laws intended to combat crime are not effective or simply unfair, such as requiring minimum prison terms for small-time drug offenders, says a study from the American Bar Association.

Heat Wave Coincides With Rise in Crime

June 17, 2004
Some neighborhoods in Cincinnati and its surrounds are reporting a spike in violent crime since temperatures rose earlier this week.

Man Attacks Town With Armored Bulldozer, Kills Self

June 10, 2004
A local welder destroyed several buildings in the small resort town of Granby, Colo., with his custommade armored bulldozer before turning a gun on himself while still in the makeshift tank.

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.
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