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COPS Offers $400,000 to Encourage Police Volunteers

October 3, 2003
In an effort to get community members involved in helping local police, $400,000 has been awarded to police departments to fund volunteer programs in eight states. The grant funds will cover expenses such as recruitment advertising, equipment, the cost of a program coordinator, or funds to implement and evaluate VIPS programs.

Officer Not Charged for Running Over Beachgoers

September 26, 2003
A Miami Beach police officer who killed one woman and severely injured another when he drove over them while they sunbathed will not be charged because he was not driving recklessly, the state attorney’s office says.

Driver Ties Up Traffic for Dry Sofa

July 25, 2003
A woman swerved under a freeway overpass when it started to rain to protect the sofa sitting in the open bed of her truck.

Zodiac Boats Featured on History Channel Series

July 16, 2003
The History Channel’s new fall series, “Tactical to Practical,” will include coverage of Zodiac North America’s inflatable watercraft.

Shooting Match Fundraiser Held for Abused Children

April 21, 2003
The Third Annual ABC Benefit Shooting Match will be held June 21 in Albany, Oregon, to benefit abused children. Law enforcement officers and competitive action pistol shooters are welcome to attend.

Facial Recognition Technology Improved Since 2000

March 19, 2003
Facial recognition technology has greatly advanced since 2000, according to a study overseen by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, although it still has some kinks to work out.

Most 911 Systems Can't Locate Cell Phones

February 20, 2003
Despite new technology and new taxes to pay for it, most 911 centers cannot locate cell phones in an emergency.

Police Officer Receives Medal of Valor Award

February 20, 2003
One of ten awarded the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor, Keith Borders was the only police officer to receive the honor.

Congress Debates FBI Funding and Function

February 13, 2003
Congress is planning to raise FBI funding, despite disputes over the agency’s use of increased funding since 9/11 and the bureau’s overall ability to perform.

Federal Grants Available for Forensic Research and Development

February 13, 2003
This year’s deadline for General Forensic Research and Development federal grants is fast approaching.
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