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Boston PD to Increase Weapons Training

May 6, 2005
In anticipation of recommendations from an independent panel, Boston Police Commissioner Kathleen M. O’Toole has announced plans for more training and a database to track Boston PD officers’ weapons training.

IAFIS Mistake Let Accused Killer Stay Under Radar

May 6, 2005
Registered sex offender Jeremy Jones was let go several times when he was arrested for minor offenses in 2003 and 2004. Police checked his fingerprints via the FBI’s IAFIS database, but it failed to bring up a match that would have identified the man and his record.

Woman Chooses Donating Packers Tickets Over Jail

April 29, 2005
A Wisconsin judge handed out an unusual sentence for theft when he ordered the convicted woman to decide between serving 90 days in jail and donating her family’s Green Bay Packers season tickets to charity.

LAPD to Ride Harley-Davidson Motorcycles

April 29, 2005
The Los Angeles Police Department has issued a purchase order for 75 ABS-equipped Harley-Davidson Police Electra Glide motorcycles to replace a portion of the agency’s existing fleet of 393 motorcycles.

DOJ Report Details American Indian Crime and Justice Statistics

April 29, 2005
A new report summarizes data on American Indians in the criminal justice system and reports the rates and characteristics of violent crimes experienced by American Indians.

Cops Compete in Baker-to-Vegas Relay

April 29, 2005
The 21st annual Baker-to-Vegas Challenge Cup Relay Race welcomed 228 teams in 11 divisions made up of agencies from several Western states for the desert run. 20,000 people, including runners, support staff, and volunteers, were involved in the race.

Death Penalty Upheld for Beltway Sniper

April 22, 2005
The Virginia Supreme Court has upheld John Allen Muhammad’s capital murder convictions and death penalty for his involvement in the October 2002 D.C.-area sniper shootings.

Matrix Crime and Terrorism Database Shutting Down

April 22, 2005
A database that collected and shared people’s personal information to further law enforcement investigations has shut down after running out of federal funding.

Minuteman Project to End Border Patrol Vigil

April 22, 2005
A group of armed volunteers that gathered along Arizona’s border with Mexico to curb illegal immigration has said it will stop monitoring the border, but will not completely disband.

Montana Tribe Wants to Take Over Police Duties

April 14, 2005
The Northern Cheyenne Indian Tribe in Montana is working with the Bureau of Indian Affairs to contract law enforcement duties from the federal agency.
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