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Police Sue Newspaper Over Racial Profiling Allegations

November 13, 2002
In response to a series of newspaper articles alleging racial profiling, the Toronto Police Association, plans to sue the Toronto Star for about $2 billion.
The LAPD SWAT unit has chosen the Kimber Custom II as their new duty pistol. Photo via Ontargetgunsnh.com.

Kimber Arms LAPD SWAT With Custom II

November 1, 2002
The Los Angeles Police Department's SWAT unit has chosen a new sidearm. The elite unit has selected the Kimber Custom II .45 ACP as it's duty pistol of choice, Shooting Times reports.

IACP/DuPont Kevlar Survivors' Club Inducts New Members

October 25, 2002
A well-known TV actor and two police officers from the same department who survived incidents only three weeks apart were honored at this year's IACP show for wearing bullet-resistant vests, which most likely saved their lives.

OLES to Test Effects of Frangible Ammunition

August 8, 2002
The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) has requested an investigation into independent reports that frangible bullets penetrate ballistic-resistant body armor.

Kroger and Milk-Bone Donate Police Dogs to Five Departments

August 8, 2002
Kroger and Milk-Bone have teamed to sponsor the donation of dogs to five local law enforcement canine units.

Austin PD Gets Automated Fingerprint ID System

July 17, 2002
The Austin City Council recently approved a $400,000 grant to go toward a new automated fingerprint ID system for the Austin Police.

Writers See Police Action Firsthand

June 24, 2002
Two writers on CBS' upcoming crime drama "Robbery Homicide Division" suddenly found themselves in the midst of a real shoot-out involving the Los Angeles robbery and homicide division.

Detroit Chief Tests Cops on Ethics Books

June 19, 2002
Detroit Police Chief Jerry Oliver says a 100-question multiple choice test will help him decide which command officers should keep their jobs.

Maryland Gov. Imposes Death Penalty Moratorium

May 9, 2002
Gov. Parris Glendening has imposed a moratorium on executions in Maryland until the state completes a study of whether there is racial bias in the use of the death penalty.

Federal WTC Report Says Fireproofing Needed

May 1, 2002
Improved fireproofing "hardened" to withstand the catastrophic impact of a plane should be included in high-risk buildings in the wake of the World Trade Center collapse, a federal study says.
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