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Last Week to Save on TREXPO West 2007

February 22, 2007
This is the last call for the Early Bird Registration for TREXPO West 2007 in Long Beach, Calif., March 19-22, 2007. It ends Friday, February 23.

Judge Restricts New York Police Surveillance

February 15, 2007
In a rebuke of a surveillance practice greatly expanded by the New York Police Department after the Sept. 11 attacks, a federal judge ruled today that the police must stop the routine videotaping of people at public gatherings unless there was an indication that unlawful activity may occur.

Police Carry Out 'Controlled Explosion' After Bomb Scare at London Airport

February 15, 2007
A bomb squad carried out a "controlled explosion" and declared a suspicious car near the arrival lounge of London's Luton airport safe, after its departure terminal was evacuated earlier, a police spokesman said.

Nominations Open for America’s Most Wanted All-Star Award

February 15, 2007
For the third year in a row, America's Most Wanted and Sprint Nextel are honoring extraordinary first responders with the All-Star Award.

Mexico Police Encouraged to Book 'em

February 15, 2007
The police department is urging its officers to read books by Bertolt Brecht, Raymond Carver and others as part of a broad cultural education program aimed at cutting down on graft within the force.

New York May Ban iPods While Crossing Street

February 8, 2007
New Yorkers who blithely cross the street listening to an iPod or talking on a cell phone could soon face a $100 fine.

"Too Tired to Walk," Man Steals Police Car

February 8, 2007
A Japanese man told police he stole a patrol car that had been left idling outside a post office in Gunma, north of Tokyo, because he was too tired to walk home.

NER Releases 2006 Equipment Theft Report

February 8, 2007
The fourth annual report from the National Equipment Register is the most complete analysis of equipment theft trends to date for those who investigate equipment theft and those who seek to prevent theft.

Woman Fakes Attack, Scares Off Intruder

February 8, 2007
An 80-year-old Maine woman who was watching the Super Bowl alone faked a heart attack to scare off a man who had broken into her home and was pushing her toward the bedroom, police said.

World Am Sponsors Missing Child Alert Systems for Police in California

February 1, 2007
World Am has committed to purchasing Missing Child Alert Systems for police departments in California that have requested the system from its developer, New York-based AdZone Research.
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