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Talk Show Appearance Leads to Sentence

August 8, 2003
Paul Alexander traded in a few minutes of fame on television for a yearlong prison sentence.

Space-Age Video Solution Now Available

June 13, 2003
A video enhancement system originally developed at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., to study the Sun is now being used by law enforcement to help agencies investigate crimes.

Spectroscopic Method Detects Terrorist Threats

June 6, 2003
A new technique using far-infrared radiation to identify explosives and other materials inside sealed containers could help homeland security efforts.

Police Chief Shoots Wife and Kills Himself

May 2, 2003
Tacoma, Wash., Police Chief David Brame, 44, shot his wife in the head in a mall parking lot before fatally shooting himself. Their children, ages 8 and 5, were sitting in a nearby car.

Cops’ Cell Phones Said to Compromise Officer Safety

April 10, 2003
A proposal to legally conceal Florida police officers’ cell phone numbers has spurred controversy over the privacy of public servants and the public’s right to monitor use of taxpayers’ money.

Seattle Cops Sitting Pretty on New Harleys

February 28, 2003
Members of the Seattle Police De-partment’s motorcycle unit can now say they ride “hogs” on duty since the agency began leasing Harley-Davidson Road Kings.

TREXPO Attendees to Challenge the LEOPARD

February 7, 2003
Officers attending the annual TREXPO West trade show and conference in Long Beach, Calif., this month will have an opportunity to compete against their colleagues and against the clock on a specially designed police obstacle course.

Study Screens WTC Workers' Health

January 29, 2003
A federal screening program that tested workers at ground zero for health problems 10 to 11 months after the terrorist attacks found people still showed lung, throat, or mental ailments, according to a study's preliminary findings.

Universal Studios Offers Free Tickets to LEOs

January 15, 2003
Universal Studios Hollywood is offering all U.S. life-saving officials and military personnel free admission with the purchase of one full-priced adult admission ticket from January 1 through April 30, 2003.

Afghan Police Training Women

January 15, 2003
For the first time in a decade, Afghanistan's national police academy is training female officers to serve in the capital, say Interior Ministry officials.
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