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Non-Credit Courses Bridge Gap Between Academic and Work Worlds

July 20, 2006
Responding to the educational needs of criminal justice professionals who wish to advance their skills to advance their careers, the University of Wisconsin—Platteville has partnered with the Wisconsin Department of Justice to develop two non-credit courses for law enforcement professionals: First-Line Supervisory Training and Leadership in Police Organizations.

Police Hope Bilingual Hotline Will Get People Talking

July 20, 2006
In Harrisburg, Penn., police are now using a bilingual hotline in hopes of gathering some new leads.

Law Enforcement Leaders Urge Congress to Stop Shielding Rogue Gun Dealers

July 13, 2006
Eighteen regional, state, and local police organizations, 35 chiefs of individual police departments, and eight former senior officials of a Federal law enforcement agency are urging Congress to stop blocking the release of data that reveals which U.S. gun dealers sell the most illegal guns.

Murder Suspect Killed in N.C. Courthouse by Officers

July 13, 2006
An inmate who got into a scuffle with law enforcement officers in a courtroom in Northampton County was shot and killed by authorities after the inmate allegedly took a gun from a deputy and shot him, authorities said. The inmate had been transported from Raleigh for a court hearing.

American Sniper Assoc. Releases New Training DVD

July 13, 2006
The American Sniper Association’s new training DVD, Glass 2 – Specialty Glass, teaches snipers how to handle shooting through various types of glass.

Harvard Group’s Fatigue Management Program Still Accepting Participants

July 11, 2006
The Harvard Work Hours, Health and Safety Group is still seeking participation in an important health initiative whose ultimate aim is to reduce the impact of fatigue in police departments across the U.S. and Canada.

First Edition!! TREXPO East 2006 News Bulletin

July 6, 2006
TREXPO East 2006 emailed its first News Bulletin last week. Did you miss this first online edition?

NRA Offers Free Eddie Eagle Materials to Police

July 6, 2006
New funding for 2006 allows the National Rifle Association to offer free Eddie Eagle GunSafe materials to law enforcement officers throughout the country.

FreeLinc and Peltor Partner to Provide Wireless Headsets for Military Radios

July 6, 2006
FreeLinc and Peltor Communications are joining forces to develop wireless headsets for military communication systems. The new products will combine FreeLinc’s Near-field Magnetic Communications (NFMC) technology with Peltor’s proven under-the-helmet dual-ear designs—offering military personnel the freedom of wireless operation without sacrificing reliable, secure communications.

Man Gets 20 Years For Crashing Into Police Cars

July 6, 2006
A man who crashed a stolen car into two police vehicles in Pearl City has been sentenced to prison. Thomas Green was given a 20-year term.
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