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Four Million Infected with Hepatitis C in U.S.

May 18, 2006
Findings from a nationwide study suggest that 4.1 million people in the US have been infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV), and most of these individuals have chronic infection.

Streamlight Sponsors COPS for National Police Week

May 11, 2006
Flashlight manufacturer Streamlight has reaffirmed its commitment to the law enforcement community beginning with its 2006 contribution to Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS) during National Police Week.

National Nonprofit Provides Donated Supplies

May 11, 2006
Cash-strapped agencies can turn to a national nonprofit organization for supplies in exchange for a small annual fee. The National Association for the Exchange of Industrial Resources (NAEIR) collects donations of new, overstock inventory from corporations and redistributes them to members.

Arizona County Uses New Law to Look for Illegal Immigrants

May 11, 2006
To people who say round up more illegal immigrants, Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County here has an answer: send out the posse.

Concerns Over Violence Mount As Boston Police Boss Leaves For Ireland Post

May 11, 2006
Kathleen O'Toole will report to work Wednesday, but it marks the beginning of the end of her two-year tenure as Boston's police commissioner. O'Toole is leaving for a job in Ireland.

10th Annual Mock Prison Riot Starts Sunday

May 5, 2006
Teams of corrections officers from 31 states will be joined by corrections and law enforcement technologists at the 10th annual OLETC Mock Prison Riot, which kicks off on Sunday, May 7, and runs through Wednesday, May 10.

National Association of School Resource Officers to Launch Innovative School Shooter Simulation Training

May 5, 2006
Prior to the Columbine High School shooting in 1999, school-based law enforcement personnel were not trained to deal with an active shooter on a school campus.

Gangs Infiltrate U.S. Military

May 5, 2006
The Gangster Disciples, Latin Kings and Vice Lords were born decades ago in Chicago's most violent neighborhoods. Now, their gang graffiti is showing up 6,400 miles away in one of the world's most dangerous neighborhoods -- Iraq.

Security Alert Issued to Mass Transit

May 5, 2006
U.S. mass transit systems should remain alert against possible terror attacks, the Homeland Security Department said in a new warning that highlighted suspicious activity at unnamed European subway stations last fall.

Islamists Using US video Games to Recruit Terrorists

May 5, 2006
The makers of combat video games have unwittingly become part of a global propaganda campaign.
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