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Campaign Warns Police of Traffic Dangers

June 22, 2006
Many law enforcement officers have been needlessly killed while investigating the scenes of traffic accidents on busy roadways. But it’s possible to decrease the risk of being hit by a car when working at night or in low light: wear a reflective vest.

New Online Medical Forensics Course Offered

June 22, 2006
To further educate individuals in law enforcement, legal, and medical professions about the particulars of medical forensics, A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences (ASHS) is offering a premier online medical forensics course available nationwide. The university is currently accepting registration for fall classes.

Cops Plant Salmon in Art Display, Snag Vandal

June 22, 2006
After last year's destruction and theft of the Wild Salmon on Parade public art, police this year decided to set a trap in Anchorage, Alaska's Town Square.

Flashing Blue Lights Approved for NY Cop Cars

June 22, 2006
Earlier this month, Governor Pataki signed legislation authorizing law enforcement agencies in New York to install blue lights on the rear half of the light bars on patrol vehicles. Most police vehicles in New York state have used red and amber lights.

NY Police Use Anti-DUI Talking Urinal Messages

June 15, 2006
Traffic safety officials in New York’s Nassau County are using talking urinals as a unique way to reach men with a "drink responsibly" message.

DOJ Chooses SmartDraw’s Legal Graphics Software

June 15, 2006
SmartDraw, a publisher of legal graphics software, announced that the United States Department of Justice (DOJ), the world's largest law office, has signed a licensing agreement for 25,000 seats of the SmartDraw Legal Solution.

DHS Seeks Interoperability Survey Respondents

June 15, 2006
In an effort to assess the capacity for interoperable communications among public safety agencies nationwide, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s SAFECOM Program has invited more than 22,000 randomly selected law enforcement, fire, and emergency response organizations to participate in the National Interoperability Baseline Survey.

German Hooligans Battle World Cup Police

June 15, 2006
Five days of opening World Cup calm ended with a volley of bottles and chairs as dozens of German hooligans clashed with police Wednesday before their country's pivotal win over Poland.

Officers’ Shooting Deaths Prompt Security Review

June 8, 2006
Fairfax County has launched a security review of all its police, fire and sheriff's buildings, a process that will try to balance safety for employees with continued access for the public, after the fatal shootings of two police officers outside the Sully District station.

Mexico Keeping Slaying Suspect

June 8, 2006
Law enforcement officials Monday said it could take years before the man accused of killing Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy David March is brought back to the U.S. to face justice.
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