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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.

Not Enough Marshals for Witness Protection

March 18, 2005
Nearly 25 percent of the U.S. Marshals assigned to the federal witness protection program have been cut in the past eight years, despite a growing number of witnesses being added to the program, according to a report from the Justice Department inspector general.

Gonzales Faces Tough Hearing to Become Top Cop

January 6, 2005
Alberto Gonzales, President Bush’s new choice for John Ashcroft’s replacement to head the Justice Department, might have a fight ahead of him, based on the opinions of democrats and former military brass who plan to ask some tough questions during his hearing.

Senate Passes New Intelligence Reform Bill

December 9, 2004
Congress has passed legislation to completely reorganize United States intelligence agencies in response to recommendations from the 9/11 Commission.

Woman Spots Rape Suspect on TV

November 11, 2004
A woman says a man she saw on the reality television show, “Blind Date,” raped her 14 months ago. She taped the show and handed the video to police, who arrested the suspect on suspicion of rape and kidnapping.

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.
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