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Texas Law enforcement Busts-Up Accident Fraud Ring

June 6, 2007
Nineteen individuals out of a suspected 22-member accident insurance fraud ring have been arrested by FBI and Dallas/Ft. Worth-based law enforcements officers. The defendants have been charged in a federal indictment with participating in a massive staged accident scheme, according to U.S. Attorney Richard B. Roper of the Northern District of Texas.

Sheriff to Make Bid for Vacated House Seat

June 6, 2007
Sheriff Matt Lori, a 30-year law enforcement veteran, has decided to make a campaign run for the Republican nomination for the Michigan seat, which will be vacated by incumbent Rick Shaffer due to term limits. Lori currently serves as a sheriff in St. Joseph County.

Senate Approves $100 Million for Immigration Enforcement Effort

June 5, 2007
The Senate agreed to provide $100 million for immigration policing efforts by Texas border sheriffs and other local law enforcement agencies yesterday—more than doubling the money currently available to local law enforcement for immigration purposes.

Optimist Club Names Law Enforcement Awards Recipients

June 5, 2007
Celebrating stellar service, the Warner Robins Noon Optimist Club gave its Law Enforcement of the Year award to six officers Thursday. The awards are presented to outstanding officers serving Houston (Texas) County annually at the end of May.

Feds Said to Thwart Airport Terrorist Plot

June 4, 2007
Federal investigators say they halted a proposed Islamic terrorist ring plotting to blow up buildings, pipelines, and fuel tanks at the landmark John F. Kennedy International Airport, one of the nation's busiest airports, this weekend. A U.S. citizen and two alleged accomplices were arrested. A fourth accomplice is currently believed to be in Trinidad.

Attorney General Expands Justice Department Efforts

June 4, 2007
Addressing employees at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales unveiled a comprehensive crime prevention legislation package geared to strengthen federal laws targeting violent criminals.

9/11 Heroes Contracting Blood Cancer

June 1, 2007
An outbreak of what appears to be a blood cancer cluster has afflicted a number of 9/11 responders, including law enforcement officers, construction workers, and volunteers.

High-Definition Vehicle Surveillance System Unveiled

June 1, 2007
Austin, Texas-based CoVi Technologies' recently unveiled high-definition vehicle surveillance security system provides law enforcement officers with a powerful new tool designed to monitor and identify vehicles involved in suspicious or criminal activity, while improving vehicle security in a variety of environments.

Kelly McCann, aka "Jim Grover," to Speak About Realistic Self-Defense

May 31, 2007
One of the best known and most respected personal security experts in the United States, retired Marine Corps Major Kelly McCann, aka "Jim Grover," will be the keynote speaker at TREXPO East, at the Dulles Expo & Conference Center in Chantilly, Va.

Law Enforcement, FBI Vet Joins Office of Congressional Affairs

May 31, 2007
Richard C. Powers, a 17-year FBI veteran and esteemed law enforcement officer, has been named as the new Assistant Director of the FBI's Office of Congressional Affairs.
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