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Officer Deaths Up in 2003

September 19, 2003
The number of police officers killed nationwide in the first half of 2003 is about 10 percent higher compared to the same time last year.

Native American Law Enforcement Awarded $36M in Federal Grants

September 19, 2003
The DOJ’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) has awarded a total of $36 million to 124 tribal law enforcement agencies in 24 states. The grants were awarded under the COPS Tribal Resources Grant Program. Funds will be used to hire community policing officers and to purchase much-needed equipment.

Permanent Exhibit Remembers 9/11

September 15, 2003
The New York City Police Museum has opened a permanent exhibit dedicated to the 23 city officers killed in the terrorist attack on Sept. 11, 2001.

Suits Filed Against Police Over No-Knock Raids

September 15, 2003
Two families whose houses were mistakenly raided last year have filed suit against the New York Police Department seeking damages for their experiences. The suits also call for a change in NYPD procedures.

School Offers Homeland Security Degree

September 15, 2003
Qualified applicants can now earn a master’s degree in homeland security, paid for by federal grants.

U.S. to Add Thousands of Air Marshals

September 4, 2003
Making use of available resources, the Bush Administration is reorganizing its homeland security programs to make 5,000 agents available to fly on commercial airlines.

Customer Dials 9-1-1 Over Fast Food Charge

September 4, 2003
Police in Avon, Ohio, responded to a 9-1-1 call at a McDonald’s restaurant. The emergency was a customer being charged for extra sauce with her meal.

Transcripts of 9/11 Radio Transmissions Released

September 4, 2003
The Port Authority has released to the public transcriptions of audio transmitted among its officers and others in and around the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.

PA State Police to Improve Information Sharing, Collection

September 4, 2003
The Pennsylvania State Police has created the Pennsylvania Criminal Intelligence Center within its ranks to improve the way information is collected and shared by the law enforcement community in the state.

Ford to Offer Fire Suppression Option in 2005 Police Vehicles

August 29, 2003
Ford plans to offer a fire-suppression system originally developed for military vehicles on its 2005 Crown Victoria Police Interceptors. In response to complaints of rear-impact car collisions causing fuel-tank fires in Ford police cruisers, the company has pledged to correct the problem with this most recent development.
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