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Hundreds of British Police Join Serial Killer Hunt

December 14, 2006
British police said on Thursday hundreds of extra officers had been drafted in from round the country in a manhunt for a serial killer they suspect murdered five prostitutes in an English town in two weeks.

Ohio Sheriff Gets Immigration Enforcement Powers

December 14, 2006
An Ohio sheriff known for his activism against illegal immigrants said his office has been approved for a federal program that provides local authorities some immigration enforcement powers.

Concordia University Now Offers Public Safety and Security Degree

December 14, 2006
Concordia University in St. Paul, Minn., is launching a new Public Safety and Security degree program focused on emergency management. This BA degree will examine strategies for managing timely public safety issues that range from terrorism and biohazards, to severe weather response and infectious diseases.

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Achieves 43% Reduction in Lethal Force with TigerLight

December 7, 2006
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has responded to the outcry for more effective non-lethal means of subduing violent subjects without jeopardizing the safety of its deputies. It has tested the use of TigerLight flashlight/OC spray units and results have been positive.

NYC Has New Emergency Command Center

December 7, 2006
The city Tuesday unveiled its new high-tech emergency command center, replacing the one that was destroyed when the World Trade Center towers collapsed on Sept. 11.

FLETC Teaches One-Hand Survival Techniques

December 7, 2006
Using the non-dominant hand is difficult in common situations such as a lefty using a “righty’s” baseball mitt or a person in an arm cast trying to write with the other arm. But with law enforcement the inability to use the non-dominant hand in an active gunfight can have lethal consequences.

Police Link Man to Phoenix Killings Case

December 7, 2006
Police said Thursday they have evidence linking a sexual assault suspect already in custody with the nine killings attributed to the "Baseline Killer," a serial predator who terrorized the Phoenix area for months.

Reality Show Features Gun-Toting Celebs

December 7, 2006
Erik Estrada and other lesser celebrities have been sworn in as reserve officers of the Muncie (Ind.) Police Department, allowing them to carry badges and guns as part of a reality television series.

Sonar Helps Find Six Bodies in Utah Lake

November 30, 2006
For more than a decade, the remains of several boaters have been hidden in the dark, cold depths of this 26-square-mile lake high in the Uinta National Forest.

Alleged Child Molester Reportedly Faked Death

November 30, 2006
An alleged child molester who reportedly tried to avoid prosecution by faking his own death on a boat anchored off El Segundo in Southern California, then remained on the lam for several years, pleaded not guilty Monday to a federal charge.
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