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Port of Corpus Christi Officer Killed at Firing Range

December 20, 2007
A Port of Corpus Christi police officer died from a gunshot wound earlier this week while he and another officer were zeroing in a rifle on the agency's range.

New Jersey Abolishes Death Penalty

December 19, 2007
Gov. Jon Corzine signed a bill this week to end capital punishment in New Jersey, making it the first state to repeal its capital punishment law since the U.S. Supreme Court allowed its reinstatement in 1976 after a four-year federal ban on the practice.

Minneapolis SWAT Raids Wrong House, Shots Fired

December 18, 2007
Minneapolis SWAT says that bad information from an informant led them to raid the wrong house Sunday morning. The raid led to an exchange of gunfire between the homeowner and police, fortunately no one was hurt.

Spillman Announces Mobile 4.3 for Windows Vista

December 18, 2007
Spillman Technologies, a leading provider of public safety software nationwide, has announced that its new Mobile 4.3 solution is “Certified for” Windows Vista.

Sgt. Stephanie Jackson of Tulsa (Okla.) PD Named NLEOMF Officer of the Month

December 17, 2007
Nothing in policing is routine, as Sgt. Stephanie Jackson learned when she responded to back up a call of a woman wielding a knife on January 28, 2006. The suspect was attempting to enter occupied apartments at a residential complex.

GT Distributors Launches New Holiday Catalog

December 17, 2007
Public safety equipment supplier GT Distributors has an all-new 2007 GT Distributors Holiday Catalog. The special holiday edition showcases hundreds of public safety products and offers seasonal pricing.

Texas to Sell DWI Memorial Markers

December 14, 2007
Loved ones of people killed by drunk drivers in Texas can now buy memorial markers that feature warnings about drinking and driving.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Cop Dragged by Robbery Suspect's Car

December 14, 2007
A Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer who was working off-duty as security at a local drugstore was seriously injured Tuesday morning when he was dragged by the car of a robbery suspect.

TREXPO West Offers Extended Specialized Training Sessions and Manufacturer Certification

December 13, 2007
Extended training sessions at TREXPO West 2008 in Long Beach, Calif., will be open to all registered attendees. Many of these sessions on Thursday, Feb. 21, award certification to those who demonstrate proficiency in the skills taught.

Legal Alien Migrant Worker Sues Sheriff Joe Arpaio

December 13, 2007
A legal alien migrant worker and Mexican citizen is suing Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio saying that he was unlawfully detained as a result of the sheriff's department's immigration enforcement policies. He is claiming that he is a victim of racial profiling.
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