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New Online Medical Forensics Course Offered

June 22, 2006
To further educate individuals in law enforcement, legal, and medical professions about the particulars of medical forensics, A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences (ASHS) is offering a premier online medical forensics course available nationwide. The university is currently accepting registration for fall classes.

National Nonprofit Provides Donated Supplies

May 11, 2006
Cash-strapped agencies can turn to a national nonprofit organization for supplies in exchange for a small annual fee. The National Association for the Exchange of Industrial Resources (NAEIR) collects donations of new, overstock inventory from corporations and redistributes them to members.

10th Annual Mock Prison Riot Starts Sunday

May 5, 2006
Teams of corrections officers from 31 states will be joined by corrections and law enforcement technologists at the 10th annual OLETC Mock Prison Riot, which kicks off on Sunday, May 7, and runs through Wednesday, May 10.

Thief Flees to ... Police Headquarters

April 27, 2006
A shoplifter took a very wrong turn -- toward Rome's police headquarters -- while fleeing a supermarket with two stolen bottles of alcohol.

Teen Inmate Gets More Time for Pot Request

April 27, 2006
A Tennessee judge changed a sentence from six months in prison to eight years after a teenager convicted in a drive-by shooting wrote a letter asking a friend to take over his marijuana dealings.

Cops to Cycle Across Country for Officers Memorial

March 23, 2006
A team of 12 police officers plans to traverse the country on a three-week bicycle ride this spring, beginning April 15 in Los Angeles and ending in New Jersey. There they will join riders who will continue with other cyclists to the national law enforcement officers memorial in Washington D.C. during police week.

U.S. Postal Service to Issue AMBER Alert Commemorative Stamp

December 16, 2005
The U.S. Postal Service will issue a commemorative stamp honoring the local broadcaster-initiated AMBER Alert Plan, a program dedicated to the rapid recovery of abducted children. AMBER (America's Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response) Alerts have been credited in the successful rescue of more than 230 abducted children nationwide.

Local Company Donates K-9s to Florida Agency

December 8, 2005
The streets of Sanford, Fla., just got safer thanks to two new four-legged “officers.” Local landscapers The Girard Companies donated two K-9s—a Labrador retriever and a German shepherd—to the Sanford Police Department’s K-9 unit.

Virginia Officers Help Louisiana City’s Cops to Decrease Crime and Increase Safety

November 17, 2005
Law enforcement officers left their homes and families in Virginia two weeks ago partnering with the Picayune Police Department to ensure safety and protection for Picayune residents. This is in response to an increase in the city's post-Hurricane Katrina population.

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.
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