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Officer Robert Wuller Named 2006 Police Officer of the Year in Parade Magazine

November 22, 2006
Officer Robert Wuller of the Philadelphia (Pa.) Police Department has been named the 2006 Police Officer of the Year by Parade magazine and the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Officer Wuller is honored for his quick thinking and decisive action in risking his life to save a woman and two children.

San Francisco PD to Ease Pot Enforcement

November 22, 2006
The Board of Supervisors gave final approval Tuesday to legislation that would set most marijuana-related crimes as the lowest law enforcement priority for the San Francisco Police Department.

Law Enforcement Officers to Be Out in Force on Thanksgiving Weekend

November 22, 2006
With the Thanksgiving holiday travel period starting today, safety experts are advising people to buckle up before and after they gobble up.

U.S., Canada to Share Forensics Data

November 16, 2006
U.S. and Canadian law enforcement officials agreed Thursday to begin sharing forensics data from crime scenes in both countries.

N.C. Police Find Gator, Caiman at Hotel

November 16, 2006
Authorities trying to serve an arrest warrant at a motel instead found some sharp-toothed guests. U.S. marshals and High Point police found a 3-foot alligator and a 3-foot caiman — similar to an alligator — in a fish tank at a Red Roof Inn in Greensboro. They didn't, however, find the suspect they had sought.

Ti Training Corp Offers Free Training Video

November 16, 2006
Ti Training Corp, a supplier of interactive training products to law enforcement, is offering a free training video featuring the Tennessee v Garner case and its impact on all law enforcement officers in the country.

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Maintenance Fund Act Signed Into Law

November 16, 2006
The Senate approved H.R. 2107, "The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Maintenance Fund Act," and now President Bush has signed the bill into law.

Taser Foundation to Hold Poker Tournament Fundraiser in Phoenix

November 16, 2006
The Taser Foundation, a non-profit that benefits families of fallen officers, is holding a Charity Poker Tournament on Dec. 9 at the Fort McDowell Casino in Phoenix. The event will be hosted by 10-time World Series of Poker winner Phil Hellmuth.

Suit: Burger King Served Pot Burgers to Cops

November 9, 2006
Two police officers sued Burger King Corp., claiming they were served hamburgers that had been sprinkled with marijuana.

25th Product Liability Lawsuit Dismissed Against Taser International

November 9, 2006
Taser International, manufacturer of Taser electronic control devices, announced that the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, Eastern Division, entered an order dismissing with prejudice the in-custody death product liability lawsuit filed by the estate of Richard T. Holcomb, Plaintiff, against Taser International.
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