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Independent Review of Atlanta Police Planned

January 23, 2003
Atlanta Police Chief Richard Pennington has hired a consulting firm to objectively review how the department operates. The reporting practices of Atlanta PD have been questioned for many years.

Officer Gets Deferred Sentence in Training Death

January 15, 2003
A Providence, Rhode Island, police officer who accidentally shot his supervisor to death can avoid prison if he stays out of trouble for five years and meets conditions set by the court.

David Veness to Speak at International Security Exhibition

December 4, 2002
David Veness CBE, Assistant Commissioner of Specialist Operations for the Metropolitan Police in London, will present the Inaugural Address at the INTERSEC Security Exhibition (ISE) on February 18, 2003.

Indiana Community Gets First Police Chief in 30 Years

December 4, 2002
Woodburn, a small northeast Indiana city, recently celebrated the inauguration of its first police chief since the early ‘70s.

Pepper Spray Causes Terrorism Scare at Football Game

October 3, 2002
Pepper spray used by police caused a bio/chem scare during a recent Philadelphia Eagles-Washington Redskins football game at FedEx Field, resulting in an eight-minute delay toward the end of the fourth quarter.

K-9 Cop Dies Locked Up in Cruiser

June 19, 2002
A Philadelphia police dog died after being accidentally left inside a patrol car for more than four hours with the windows up on a hot day.

Traveling WTC Memorial Remembers Sept. 11 Victims

June 12, 2002
An RV serves as the mobile memorial for Port Authority officers killed on Sept. 11, 2001. The first responders killed during the World Trade Center attack last year included the entire day shift of the New York and New Jersey Port Authority Police Department (PAPD).

Ceremony Closes WTC Cleanup Site

May 30, 2002
A solemn ceremony marking the end of an eight-month cleanup of what had been the World Trade Center began with a bell sounding out the 5-5-5-5 fire code — four sets of five rings, in memory of 343 fallen firefighters lost at ground zero.

Bodies of NYC Officers Found in WTC Rubble

February 11, 2002
The bodies of six Port Authority police officers were found early Saturday morning in the World Trade Center ruins near the remains of a woman they apparently were trying to rescue.

Chambers named First Female Police Chief for National Park Service

January 24, 2002
Chief Teresa Chambers, who has served as police chief for the Durham (N.C.) PD for almost four years, is leaving to become Chief of the U.S. Park Police for the National Park Service. Chambers becomes the first female head of the park police in its 210-year history.
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