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Changes Made to Key Federal Security Publication

August 16, 2006
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is requesting comments on one of the key standards and guidelines developed to help federal agencies improve their security.

Workshop to Discuss Suicide Bombers and IED Threat

August 16, 2006
The FBI and DHS are warning state and local partners to be on the alert for suicide bombers using large vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices (LVBIED) and man-portable/hand-carried IEDs. Homeland Defense Journal's Managing the Threat of Suicide Bombers and Improvised Explosive Devices will provide useful information based on U.S. and other international case studies. It will take place Sep. 26-27 in Arlington, Virginia.

Law Enforcement Cracking Down on DUIs

August 16, 2006
Bolstered by additional money and new equipment, state and local law enforcement officials in Montana are stepping up their efforts to crack down on drunken drivers across the state over an 18-day period that starts Friday and ends Labor Day.

Class of Police Recruits is Fired

August 10, 2006
An entire class of Cobb County, Ga., police recruits was fired Monday after they cheated on a test, authorities said.

Foiled Plot Brings New Security, Delays

August 10, 2006
British authorities said Thursday they had thwarted a terrorist plot to simultaneously blow up several aircraft heading to the U.S. using explosives smuggled in carry-on luggage.

Performance Institute to Hold ID Theft Conference

August 10, 2006
Get an update on the latest innovations in identity theft interdiction at the 2006 National Conference on Identity Theft and Online Crime Investigation, September 25–27, 2006 in Arlington, Va.

Maryland Police Arrest Dozens of Crips Members

August 10, 2006
A combined task force of state, county, and municipal police has resulted in more than 50 arrests and the dismantling of a Crips gang that was operating in at least three Maryland counties.

House Field Hearing Draws Conflicting Opinions on Immigration Enforcement

August 3, 2006
Illegal immigrants are a burden to taxpayers, according to government, law enforcement, and medical officials who testified at a House field hearing in San Diego Wednesday.

NIST Bullet Tests Make Frangibles More Tangible

August 3, 2006
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) are measuring precisely the disintegration of “frangible” bullets when they strike a surface to better understand how the ammunition might affect body armor.

TREXPO East Early Bird Registration Ends Tuesday

August 3, 2006
“Early Bird Registration” for TREXPO East 2006 has been extended to August 8. The cost of the three-day conference is only $149 per attendee, with a $50 Early Bird Discount through August 8. The EXPO Hall is FREE (a $25 value!)
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