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CBS to Air Story of Last Survivor Pulled From WTC Rubble

November 23, 2004
CBS will broadcast “Last Man Out” on its Wednesday edition of 60 Minutes at 8:00 p.m. The segment tells the story of Sgt. John McLoughlin of the New York/New Jersey Port Authority Police Department, the last man pulled alive from the World Trade Center after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

Amtrak Institutes Random ID Checks

November 18, 2004
In an effort to improve overall security on its trains to prevent terrorism, Amtrak has begun checking passengers’ IDs.

Fake Fax Temporarily Frees Prisoner

November 18, 2004
An Arkansas jail released a man charged with burglary and theft after receiving a phony fax supposedly from a police detective. It was later discovered the fax was sent from a fast food restaurant.

Man Wants to Change Law For Interrogating Children

November 18, 2004
A father whose 13-year-old son was charged with sexual assault after a more than two-hour interrogation says the law is wrong to allow police officers to do so without first calling a child’s parents.

Supreme Court to Decide if K-9s Allowed on Routine Stops

November 11, 2004
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide if using a drug-sniffing dog on a minor traffic stop is considered unreasonable search and seizure.

Woman Spots Rape Suspect on TV

November 11, 2004
A woman says a man she saw on the reality television show, “Blind Date,” raped her 14 months ago. She taped the show and handed the video to police, who arrested the suspect on suspicion of rape and kidnapping.

New System Creates Images of Audiotape Tampering

November 11, 2004
A real-time magnetic imaging system enables criminal investigators to “see” signs of tampering in audiotapes—erasing, overdubbing, and other alterations—while listening to the tapes.

Bill Gives Cops More DNA Database Access

November 4, 2004
President Bush has signed into law a bill to give local police across the country increased access to federal DNA databases. The law epands the national DNA database by allowing states to add samples to it as well as compare their samples with the national database.

Montana Approves Medical Marijuana Law

November 4, 2004
With Tuesday’s election, Montana became one of the many Western states to approve a medical marijuana initiative, while other parts of the country haven’t even put the issue on the ballot.

Fallen Officers’ Families Eligible for Scholarships

November 4, 2004
Surviving children and spouses of police officers who died in the line of duty can apply for educational scholarships to attend undergraduate, graduate, and vocational or technical schools from a corporate-sponsored fund.
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