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Runaway Bride Inspires Police Recruiting

March 29, 2007
Jennifer Wilbanks, the bride-to-be who skipped town just days before her planned wedding in Georgia, has a new starring role in New Mexico — as the inspiration for a police recruiting billboard.

NYPD to Equip Volunteers with Ballistic Vests

March 29, 2007
In the wake of the fatal shootings of two NYPD volunteers earlier this month, New York City is planning to spend $3.3 million to equip its auxiliary officers with ballistic vests.

ASA Releases Newest Sniper Survey Report

March 29, 2007
With the publication of the Police Sniper Utilization Survey Report, in 2005, things changed in the sniper community forever. For the first time in history, snipers and team leaders had a thoroughly researched and accurate record of what snipers have done during operations.

Legislation to Fund COPS Program Passes Senate

March 29, 2007
Sen. Biden’s amendment to the FY 2008 Budget Resolution to fully fund the successful COPS program passed the Senate with broad, bi-partisan support. This will provide state and local law enforcement agencies with critical resources to hire community policing and school resource officers, and to purchase new technologies.

Lawmakers Threaten FBI Over Spy Powers

March 21, 2007
Republicans and Democrats sternly warned the FBI on Tuesday that it could lose its broad power to collect telephone, e-mail and financial records to hunt terrorists after revelations of widespread abuses of the authority detailed in a recent internal investigation.

Wounded NJ Law Enforcement Officers to Get Counseling Help

March 21, 2007
Wounded law enforcement officers in New Jersey will get counseling support paid for by the state under a law signed Wednesday by Gov. Jon S. Corzine.

Tougher Rules for Florida Law Enforcement

March 21, 2007
Law enforcement and corrections officers in Florida may soon be held to a higher standard when complaints are filed against them.

Police: NASCAR Founder's Granddaughter Poses As Police Officer

March 21, 2007
Rachel Otto, granddaughter of NASCAR's founder Edgar Otto, was arrested in connection with posing as a Palm Beach police officer.

Police: Wiretap Law Needs To Include Cell Phones, E-Mail

March 21, 2007
Police are advocating a bill that would let them intercept cell phone calls and e-mails in Indiana with a judge's approval -- something the state's current wiretap law doesn't allow.

Two NYPD Volunteers Killed in Shooting Rampage

March 15, 2007
Three people, including two unarmed volunteer NYPD officers, were killed by a gunman who went on a shooting spree last night in Greenwich Village. The gunman was killed by responding officers.
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