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New Device Uses GPS Projectile to Track Fleeing Vehicles

October 24, 2005
The StarChase GPS vehicle tagging and tracking system is so new it’s still in the development stages, but it could soon help to reduce the number of high-speed pursuits.

Humane Association Honors 13-Year-Old Boy for His Dedication to Police Dogs

October 24, 2005
The American Humane Association recognized the work of 13-year-old Michael Valdez, a young man in Arizona working to improve the safety of Arizona’s police canines, by naming him one of the grand-prize winners of its Be Kind to Animals Kid Contest.

BTK Serial Killer Starts Serving 10 Life Sentences

August 19, 2005
Dennis Rader, better known as the BTK serial killer, was given the harshest sentence available – 175 years without possibility of parole – for 10 murders he confessed to committing between 1974 and 1991. Today he entered the maximum security El Dorado Correctional Facility in Kansas to begin serving time.

Montana Troopers to Make One Traffic Stop Per Hour

July 8, 2005
A new policy that requires state troopers in Montana to make at least one traffic stop each hour does not violate the state’s anti-quota law, says the chief.

Law Enforcement Cracks Down Over Fourth of July Weekend

July 1, 2005
San Francisco police are among those paying extra attention to motorists who might be driving under the influence over the holiday weekend.

Austin 9-1-1 Dispatcher Receives Top Award

June 20, 2005
The National Academies of Emergency Dispatch (NAED), honored Julie Regier, dispatcher for Austin-Travis County (Texas) EMS, with its first annual Dispatcher of the Year Award at NAED’s annual Navigator conference in Baltimore, Maryland.

Cell Phones Now Show Amber Alerts

May 19, 2005
Messages seen on freeways notifying drivers of child abductions can now also be found on wireless devices, including BlackBerrys and cell phones.

Boston PD to Increase Weapons Training

May 6, 2005
In anticipation of recommendations from an independent panel, Boston Police Commissioner Kathleen M. O’Toole has announced plans for more training and a database to track Boston PD officers’ weapons training.

Montana Tribe Wants to Take Over Police Duties

April 14, 2005
The Northern Cheyenne Indian Tribe in Montana is working with the Bureau of Indian Affairs to contract law enforcement duties from the federal agency.

Federal Agencies to Use Smart Card Ids

March 23, 2005
All federal government departments and agencies are to begin using smart-card-based identification to enter federal facilities and systems, in accordance with President Bush’s call for a government-wide personal identification standard in August 2004.
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