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Woman Released After Police Mishandle Evidence of Attempted Murder

March 20, 2008
Prosecutors in Blaine County, Idaho, dropped an attempted murder charge against Deborah Reimer Tuesday because of problems with how Ketchum police handled the chain of evidence in the case.

Copper Thieves Strike Phoenix-Area Day Care

March 17, 2008
Copper theft doesn't faze us anymore. Yes, it's wrong. Yes, it's a bother. But somehow the theft of the metal from Phoenix-area homes and businesses has become accepted as the way things go. But now copper thieves have hit the facility of United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona.

Workplace Drug Test Data Shows that Meth, Coke Use Have Plummeted

March 14, 2008
According to data released earlier this week by Quest Diagnostics' Drug Testing Index (DTI), results from workplace drug screenings conducted in 2007 show a more than 50 percent decline in the percentage of positive tests for methamphetamine over two years, from 28 of every 10,000 people testing positive for meth in 2005, to 14 of every 10,000 testing positive for meth in 2007.

TRU-SPEC Now Making 24/7 Polo-Style Shirt to Complement 24/7 Pants

March 13, 2008
TRU-SPEC's new 24/7 trousers were a big hit at the 2008 SHOT Show. Now, TRU-SPEC has introduced an ultra-comfortable new Polo-style shirt that's a perfect match for the multi-function 24/7 trousers. Like the 24-7 pant, the new 24/7 Polo is intended for wear on and off duty.

Florida Detective Inducted into American Body Armor 'Legion of Life'

March 13, 2008
American Body Armor, part of the BAE Systems Products Group, honored Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Detective Jared Reston by inducting him as a Legion of Life survivor following a shooting in which an ABA bullet-resistant vest helped save the 29-year-old officer's life.

HTS Announces Mobile License Plate Recognition System for Special Events Requiring Maximum Security

March 13, 2008
Hi-Tech Solutions, an Israeli developer and provider of optical character recognition (OCR) computer vision systems, today announced a new mobile version of its vision-based License Plate Recognition (LPR) system, SeeCar.

Feds Say 1999 MSU Arson Linked to ELF

March 13, 2008
Earlier this week U.S. Attorney Charles R. Gross, the FBI, and Michigan State University announced a four-count felony indictment charging four defendants with conspiracy to commit arson, aggravated arson, and arson in connection with the Dec. 31, 1999, arson of Agriculture Hall on the main campus of Michigan State University and the Jan. 1, 2000, arson of commercial logging equipment near Mesick, Michigan.

ICOP Digital Ships ICOP Mic with Half-Mile Range

March 13, 2008
ICOP Digital, an industry-leading company engaged in advancing digital surveillance solutions, today announced the commercial availability of the new ICOP EXTREME Wireless Mic, a 900 MHz wireless microphone that records high-quality audio at a range of over 2,000 feet (line of sight), representing an industry first and an industry best. The industry standard wireless microphone delivers very poor quality audio, at very short range from the police vehicle.

Feds Sue Puerto Rico Police for Gender Discrimination and Retaliation

March 12, 2008
The Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against the Puerto Rico Police Department alleging that it discriminated against female officer Jeannette Caraballo Lopez (Caraballo) on the basis of her sex in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

NYPD Graduates 97 School Safety Agents

March 12, 2008
Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly presided over a graduation ceremony for 97 new school safety agents. The new agents join an existing force of approximately 5,000 agents and supervisors.
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