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Law Enforcement Arrests Parents in Truancy Sweep

October 6, 2005
Officers in California’s Sacramento County brought in 50 people in the area’s tenth annual truancy sweep, aimed at making parents accountable for students’ school attendance.

Social Security Number Database Available to LEOs

October 6, 2005
The official version of the Social Security Administration Death Master File is now available online in a variety of applications to verify people’s identity claims and to help prevent fraud.

APCO Urges Congress to Address Communications Needs

October 6, 2005
Participating in the evaluation of response to Hurricane Katrina, the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International testified before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation hearing on Hurricane Katrina response, specifically the communications issues highlighted by the storm.

Wis. Center for Problem-Oriented Policing Awarded Funds to Develop LEO Resources

October 6, 2005
Funds are being awarded to the POP Center in Madison, Wis., to support the POP Center’s operations and the development of additional resources for America’s law enforcement community, including problem-oriented guides for police.

More Utah Law Enforcement Agencies Adopting, Enforcing Physical Fitness Standards

September 30, 2005
Many Northern Utah law enforcement agencies have implemented rules to ensure officers stay in tip-top shape throughout their careers.

NTSB Recommends Cell Phone Ban for New Drivers

September 30, 2005
The National Transportation Safety Board has added to its annual list of “Most Wanted Safety Recommendations to States” a ban on inexperienced drivers using wireless devices behind the wheel.

Safety Campaign Urges Drivers to Slow Down

September 30, 2005
September 24th kicked off a month-long initiative to get drivers in communities across America to "Take the Pledge to Slow Down," culminating on Halloween, one of the most dangerous nights of the year for child pedestrians.

Robbery Suspect Leaves Big Clue at the Feet of K-9s

September 30, 2005
A group of dogs training to become police K-9s in Sweden proved their mettle when they hunted down a robber who abandoned his car near their training compound.

Couple Chases Robbers Away With Furniture

September 22, 2005
A restaurant owner and his wife used tables and chairs to chase armed robbers out of their business in west Berlin.

Program Alerts Public to Missing Persons Via Phone

September 22, 2005
Knowing how critical the first few hours following a child abduction are, Sherry Friedlander founded the non-profit organization A Child is Missing to aid law enforcement in recovering missing children.
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