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NOPD Hopes Ads Lure Officers

May 8, 2008
The New Orleans Police Department will spend $1.3 million in two years to bolster recruitment efforts, reaching out to potential new officers with a series of advertisements also aimed at encouraging community appreciation of police officers.

Investigation Reveals that N.H. Officer was Shot in Training Accident

May 8, 2008
The four Concord, N.H., police officers involved in an accidental shooting inside the Granite State Credit Union on May 1 were conducting a training exercise, a law enforcement source said last night.

COPLINK Introduces First Fully Automated CompStat Solution

May 7, 2008
Knowledge Computing Corporation today announced the availability of CompStat Analyzer -- a powerful crime trend analysis and performance enhancement solution that integrates seamlessly with the company's award-winning COPLINK solution suite. CompStat Analyzer is the first in a series of innovative new product modules that the company will release in 2008.

96 Arrested in San Diego State Drug Bust

May 6, 2008
Ninety-six people have been arrested, including 75 students, after a six-month undercover drug investigation centering on San Diego State University, the district attorney's office announced today.

Safer Shot to Begin Independent Testing and Certification of Its M-22 Non-Lethal Weapon

May 6, 2008
Safer Shot Inc. announced today that they will begin independent testing of the M-22 Non-Lethal Weapon in May. The independent field trial program, which is expected to last 30 days, is designed to measure product durability, safety, and non-lethal cartridge velocity. In conjunction with the phase two testing program, the safety training and certification courses designed for law enforcement agencies and individuals are scheduled for completion.

Philly Cop-Killer Suspect Paroled in 2006

May 5, 2008
The man who police said killed Sgt. Stephen Liczbinski was under parole supervision for a 1996 Philadelphia robbery after serving the minimum of a 9- to 18-year prison sentence, according to state officials.

Budget Crunch May Prevent LAPD Expansion

May 5, 2008
On paper, paying for the new officers looks easy. If the City Council approves the mayor's budget, annual trash fees will have been raised by more than $140 million since 2006. But hiring so many new officers is much trickier when home sales are flat, sales taxes are down and city employee pay raises have cost nearly $90 million extra with each successive year.

Illinois Officers Hit Dunkin' Donuts Roofs Special Olympics Benefit

May 5, 2008
For the sixth year in a row, Illinois police officers will stake out Dunkin' Donuts rooftops to benefit Special Olympics Illinois.

Charlotte Extends Medical Insurance to Widows of Slain Officers

May 4, 2008
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police and Charlotte firefighters now have additional peace of mind in the form of extended insurance coverage. The city is extending medical insurance to family members of those killed in the line of duty.

L.A. Police Aggressively Target Hard-Core Gangs

May 4, 2008
The mayor's office and the LAPD are promising to consolidate thinly scattered anti-gang resources and pour them into 12 beleaguered neighborhoods -- gang reduction zones -- where intense suppression would be coupled with gang intervention and prevention programs.
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