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Tampa Names Florida's First Female, Openly Lesbian Chief

September 17, 2009
The pioneering Jane Castor, 49, rose through the ranks of the department, where she has worked various assignments including patrol, narcotics, family violence and sex crimes, and criminal intelligence.

Highest-Ranking Woman in Seattle PD Retires

September 14, 2009
Assistant Chief Linda Pierce retired after 28 years. She oversaw the Special Operations Bureau, which includes operations and planning, the arson and bomb squad, the Harbor Patrol, and criminal intelligence section.
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TRU-SPEC Announces Limited Time $10 Discount on 24-7 Tactical Pants

September 10, 2009
TRU-SPEC is offering its on duty/off duty 24-7 tactical-style pants in all styles and in sizes up to 44 at just $29.95 retail during a special promotion that runs Sept. 15 through Nov. 15. The $29.95 special price is the lowest retail price at which TRU-SPEC 24-7 pants have ever been offered since they were introduced at the 2008 SHOT Show.
The new and improved Kahr PM9 has a loaded chamber indicator and an external safety.

Kahr Arms Introduces New and Improved PM9 Pistol

September 10, 2009
Kahr Arms has introduced a new model of its popular PM9 pistol. The new model, available as the PM9193 and PM9193N, includes a loaded chamber indicator and external safety feature.
University of California, Berkeley police officers Ally Jacobs (left) and Lisa Campbell have been credited with closing an 18-year-old kidnapping case. Photo via UC Berkeley news center.

UC Berkeley Officers' Alert Action Uncovers 18-Year Kidnap Victim

August 31, 2009
The timeline of the steps the two officers took came into sharper focus following Garrido's arrest, as university leaders, law enforcement officials and the media credited Lisa Campbell, the manager of special events, and Ally Jacobs, a campus police officer, with closing the 18-year-old case.

Texas Officer Dismissed For Egging Home

August 28, 2009
The Carrollton Police Department dismissed an officer for egging the home of a resident who had become a familiar source of complaints about a neighbor, the Dallas Morning News reports.

Officers Snare 25 Men During Atlantic City Prostitution Sweep

August 26, 2009
In Atlantic City, rampant prostitution on Pacific Avenue is no secret and neither will be the names of the men arrested for seeking out the services of a prostitute, Examiner.com reports.
Charleston Officer Coleman on radar duty. Photo via Charleston PD.

Charleston PD Recruits Blacks and Women Using Social Media

August 24, 2009
The Charleston (W. Va.) Police Department has begun using social networking websites such as Twitter and MySpace as venues to recruit more black and female officers, the Charleston Gazette reports.

N.Y. Agency Struggles to Hire Female Officers

August 18, 2009
Of the 51 officers on the department, only two (4 percent) are women. That compares to the 300 women (12 percent) working among Suffolk County Police's 2,750 officers.

Female Officer Sues NorCal Department

August 10, 2009
Officer Lisa Capocci says in the suit that the Concord Police Department, Chief David Livingston and other unnamed superior officers in the department discriminated against her after she complained that her supervisor was sending messages like "I love you" through the computer messaging system in her patrol car, MercuryNews.com reports.
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