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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.

House Votes to Split Up INS

April 27, 2002
After years of frustration, the House voted to overhaul the Immigration and Naturalization Service, splitting up its law enforcement and service roles into separate bureaus within the Justice Department.

Death Raises Questions About Less-Lethal Weapons

February 21, 2002
The death of a man shot by police with a Taser stun gun in Philadelphia has caused civil liberties groups to question the safety of nonlethal weapons.

Gunlock Give-Away Program

February 7, 2002
The Michigan Department of State Police recently purchased $1 million in Master Lock gunlocks to be used in a statewide firearm lock give-away program.

Marines Develop High-Tech Banana Peel for Crowd Control

January 24, 2002
The U.S. Marine Corps reports the deployment of a new crowd-control weapon that promises to make riots much more slippery affairs.

Urban and Airport Sniper Tactics School

January 16, 2002
The Operational Tactics Urban & Airport Sniper Operations School hosted by the Lee Co., Florida Sheriff's Office, will be held March 18-22, 2002.
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Police Officers Respond to Terror Alert

November 1, 2001
Police officers respond as best they can as lawmakers fume about the vagueness of Director of Homeland Security Tom Ridge's speech earlier this week alerting Americans that the U.S. might suffer an attack from terrorists sometime in the next week.

NCJRS Offers Resources for Recovery

October 12, 2001
In response to the tragic events that occurred on September 11, 2001, the National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) has developed a resource for victims, family members, concerned citizens, service providers, allied professionals and researchers.

Cops Call on House to Pass H.R. 218

October 3, 2001
WASHINGTON -- Congress may include H.R. 218 in terrorism fighting legislation today. The passage of the bill would allow qualified off-duty and retired law enforcement to carry their firearms nationwide to thwart and deter criminal activity.
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