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San Diego Area Agency May Eliminate K-9 Unit in Budget Cut

January 29, 2009
Some officers who have trained police dogs in the California city of Chula Vista are questioning the wisdom of a City Council vote on Jan. 13 to eliminate a police K-9 program to help balance the city's budget.

NYPD's Kelly Will Keep Crime Rate Down Despite Budget Cuts, Fewer Officers

December 4, 2008
The NYPD canceled its next police academy class of 1,067 rookie cops to save $36 million, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly told the council's finance and public safety committees.

Budget Cuts Force Washington Sheriff to Disband Vice Unit

November 26, 2008
County budget cuts approved Monday carried some good news for King County brothel owners -- the Sheriff's Office team responsible for shutting down the illicit establishments is to be eliminated.

Experts: Bad Economies Don't Cause Crime Waves

November 20, 2008
With the economy's current troubles, many people assume a crime wave is just around the corner. But criminologists say that's just an American myth.

Budget Shortfall Forces NYPD to Cancel January Recruit Class

November 6, 2008
The city is going to cut the work force by 3,000 - including some 500 layoffs - and cancel January's Police Academy class to deal with a two-year budget gap that has grown from $2.3 billion to $4 billion, an administration official said yesterday.

Brace for Impact

November 1, 2008

Some homeowners upside down in their mortgages have just walked away, leaving their properties to the bank. An abandoned home is bad news. It draws criminals like dead critters draw vultures.

How to Stretch Your Fleet Dollar

April 1, 2008

Managing the rising costs of police fleets is a challenge that all law enforcement agencies are facing. Fortunately, there are technologies available to help fleet managers better manage these costs and save their departments thousands of dollars annually.

Two Sides of the Coin

November 1, 2004

There's an old chestnut that says the Chinese word for "crisis" is the same as the Chinese word opportunity.

The Money Crunch: Brother, Can You Spare a Few Mil?

November 1, 2004

When Oregon laid off 139 of its state troopers and 300 employees total in one day, the already spread thin department was left with few officers to police the state, while the crime labs that process evidence for all Oregon law enforcement agencies were all but shut down. And the agency is not alone in suffering budget woes.

The Money Crunch: Staffing Shortage

November 1, 2004

When times are tough, staffing takes the brunt of the cuts. That's true in business. That's true in law enforcement.

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