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Emergency Phone Service in Development

September 30, 2004
TeleContinuity Inc., is developing a system that could serve as a “survivable” emergency telephone system backup network to keep individuals, companies, and government agencies in touch during disasters by merging conventional phone lines and the Internet.

NYPD Uses Blimp to Police Republican Convention

September 2, 2004
A dirigible fitted with high-tech surveillance equipment is patrolling the Republican National Convention in New York this week. NYPD insignia appear next to the Fujifilm logo on either side of the blimp.

Cast Vote for President in Online Survey

July 16, 2004
Vote for the presidential candidate you support at policemag.com. Go to the poll at the top of the homepage. Click here to comment on this topic at Police forums.

Drivers Trick Machine to Get Free Gasoline

May 7, 2004
Some Michigan motorists found that gas pumps outside of Meijer grocery stores accepted swipes from drivers’ licenses as payment, allowing many to drive away with free full tanks.

Teen Robbers Greater Threat Than Adults

April 23, 2004
Robbers between the ages of 13 and 18 can be more dangerous than adults because they tend to have fewer reservations about committing violent types of robberies and are often undeterred by cameras or unarmed guards, according to a recent research study.

Realistic Blank Guns Available to Public

March 5, 2004
More people are wielding a wide variety of replica pistols and machine guns, causing more police officers to wonder if each gun-toting suspect they encounter is holding a toy or a deadly weapon.

Man Back in Jail After Four Days

December 19, 2003
A Florida man gave police all the evidence they needed to quickly put him back behind bars.

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.
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