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Bill Would Raise Fees, Save Cops' Jobs

January 23, 2003
In an effort to slow police officer layoffs in the California Bay Area, State Assembly Speaker Herb Wesson has pledged to pass a bill increasing vehicle licensing fees.

Stereotypes Can Affect Memory

January 23, 2003
Memory of crime stories associated with suspects' pictures reflects racial stereotypes, according to recent research by a Penn State media studies expert.

Guide Helps Police Respond to Rave Parties

January 23, 2003
"Rave Parties" is a new publication that offers police departments tips on how to deal with the problems of raves.

Independent Review of Atlanta Police Planned

January 23, 2003
Atlanta Police Chief Richard Pennington has hired a consulting firm to objectively review how the department operates. The reporting practices of Atlanta PD have been questioned for many years.

Universal Studios Offers Free Tickets to LEOs

January 15, 2003
Universal Studios Hollywood is offering all U.S. life-saving officials and military personnel free admission with the purchase of one full-priced adult admission ticket from January 1 through April 30, 2003.

Afghan Police Training Women

January 15, 2003
For the first time in a decade, Afghanistan's national police academy is training female officers to serve in the capital, say Interior Ministry officials.

Marine Fights Back in Carjacking

January 15, 2003
A Marine sergeant based in North Carolina who served in Afghanistan last year shot and killed a would-be carjacker.

Officer Gets Deferred Sentence in Training Death

January 15, 2003
A Providence, Rhode Island, police officer who accidentally shot his supervisor to death can avoid prison if he stays out of trouble for five years and meets conditions set by the court.

U.K. Officer Killed in Raid

January 15, 2003
A policeman was killed and four wounded while raiding a house in connection with the recent recovery of the deadly poison ricin. Three terrorist suspects were arrested as a result of the raid.

Man Gets Jail Time for Lying About Seeing Sniper

January 8, 2003
A Fairfax County judge has ordered a man who lied to police about witnessing one of October's DC-area sniper shootings to spend six months in jail, saying he deserved the maximum punishment because he showed "incredible callousness for the public welfare."
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