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U.S. Border Patrol Team Wins 2007 5.11 Challenge

September 6, 2007
The finals for the 2007 5.11 Challenge were the closest in the competition's four-year history. After eight weeks of competitive shooting in Montana, the two-man U.S. Border Patrol team from Alamogordo, N.M., squeezed out first place with the last shot of the event.

Va. Tech Report Confirms Shortcomings, Offers Preventive Tactics

August 31, 2007
More than four months have passed since the Virginia Tech tragedy, and the state of Virginia and university officials have released their findings on the April 16 massacre. From their reports, briefly summarized below, other campuses can glean valuable information that they hopefully will be able to apply to their own communities.

Police to Crack Down on DUI Suspects Over Long Labor Day Weekend

August 31, 2007
Those who soak up the last fun of the summer by drinking or taking drugs and getting behind the wheel are the target of a Labor Day weekend DUI crackdown across the nation.

Toronto Police Service Selects TranTech to Expand Video Interviewing Capabilities

August 30, 2007
TranTech, provider of Video Interview Solutions (VIS), has been selected by the Toronto Police Service to capture video evidence from booking, breath test, and suspect interview processes.

War Affects LE Ammo Reserves, Weapons Training

August 30, 2007
Police agencies are decreasing firearms training because they lack quick access to new ammunition, much of which is going to the military overseas.

Suicide Bomber Tactics Report Now Available to Law Enforcement

August 30, 2007
A new report on Suicide Bomber Tactics by London-based Medea Group has been widely distributed to multinational field operators throughout Iraq and Afghanistan. Now it's available by request on condition of security approval.

Hands-Free Evidence Sampling Device Prevents Contamination

August 29, 2007
Forensic investigators may soon have an electronic ally that allows them to collect samples quickly, automatically, and without handling the evidence. The Department of Energy's Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico has engineered the Hands-Off Sampler Gun to do just that.

TASER Used to Control Suicidal Woman

August 27, 2007
With the help of a TASER, a 45-year-old Menlo Park, Calif., woman was taken into custody for mental evaluation after stepping in front of a northbound Caltrain.

SymbolArts Ranked on 2007 Inc. 5,000

August 27, 2007
Inc. magazine has ranked SymbolArts number 3,280 on its first-ever Inc. 5,000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country.

Four S.C. Men Charged in School Bombing Plot

August 24, 2007
York County (S.C.) Sheriff’s deputies arrested four men yesterday and charged them with plotting to bomb a school in nearby Charlotte. The bombing was reportedly intended to distract Charlotte police so that the men could rob a credit union.
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