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Albuquerque Officer Killed in Home Shotgun Accident

September 26, 2008
Lt. Todd Parkins, 38, was killed Wednesday when his shotgun accidentally went off inside his Cedar Crest home. He was standing near his wife and one of his sons when the gun went off.

South Carolina Police to Buy Practice Ammo with Donation

September 11, 2008
A Wal-Mart in West Columbia, S.C., donated $1,000 to the West Columbia Police Department for the purchase of practice ammunition for the department's Special Operation and Response Team, a news release said.

Brits Develop Method for Lifting Prints from Wiped Cartridge Casings

September 5, 2008
Authorities in Britain and the United States used the method to re-open three cold cases, including a U.S. double murder that police are now optimistic of solving, said John Bond, the physicist who developed the technique. 

Off-Duty Chicago Cop Shot, Woman Killed in Apparent Robbery Attempt

August 15, 2008

When police arrived, they found Kathryn Romberg, 45, and Robert Soto, 49, an off-duty 23-year veteran of the Chicago police force, bleeding from gunshot wounds in what police call an attempted robbery. Romberg, who lived in an apartment only steps from where the vehicle was parked, was pronounced dead at the scene. Soto, a detective in the police bomb and arson division, remained in critical condition Wednesday night in Mt. Sinai Hospital.

Gangs Going High-Tech, Florida Official Warns

August 14, 2008

Calling gangs a ''nationwide pandemic'' that have harnessed the Internet for recruiting and cybercrime, Miami-Dade's top gang prosecutor on Tuesday urged tougher enforcement and stepped-up prevention efforts.

Fullerton, Calif., PD to Wear Safariland External Armor Designed by Chief

August 7, 2008

Police in Fullerton, Calif., are the first in the nation to have an option to wear a new, customized body armor developed by the northern Orange County city's Chief Pat McKinley. 

WatchGuard DV-1New Version 5.0 Firmware Upgrade Adds Encryption

August 6, 2008

WatchGuard Video has released Version 5.0 programming for its WatchGuard DV-1 digital in-car video system. The new system firmware is the first major software upgrade since May of 2007, and is being provided free of charge to every WatchGuard customer by CD. Upgrading the WatchGuard DV-1 is done by simply loading the CD.

EF Johnson Technologies, Inc. Introduces 4.9 GHz Access Point for Public Safety

August 4, 2008

EF Johnson Technologies, Inc., today introduced a 4.9 GHz Access Point for public safety. Operating in licensed spectrum dedicated to police, fire, ambulance and municipal use, the 4.9 GHz feature provides priority traffic for data, video and voice communications ensuring that vital information reaches first responders in the case of emergency situations.

Probe: San Diego Police Dog Died of Heatstroke

July 24, 2008

The San Diego police dog left in the back of his handler's patrol car last month died of heatstroke, county investigators said yesterday, and it will be up to the District Attorney's Office whether it will charge the officer.

St. Louis PD Admits Officers Drove Impounded Cars

July 18, 2008

The daughter of St. Louis Police Chief Joe Mokwa and an untold number of police officers got free use of cars from a company with a lucrative police contract to tow and store cars, the department admitted on Friday. The officers and Aimie Mokwa for years have been able to take previously impounded cars from St. Louis Metropolitan Towing, 1325 North 10th Street, and drive them for weeks or months at a time with no strings attached.

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