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Harley-Davidson to Donate Motorcycles to Fund National Law Enforcement Museum

March 8, 2007
Harley-Davidson is donating three brand new motorcycles to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF), the first of which is a 2007 Softail Deluxe model. The NLEOMF will receive and auction off one new motorcycle each year in 2007, 2008, and 2009 to raise money that will directly support its campaign to build the National Law Enforcement Museum.

NRA Names Texas Trooper LEO of the Year

March 8, 2007
The National Rifle Association has announced the selection of Trooper John Richard "Rick" Smith as its 2006 Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. Trooper Smith was selected for this award based upon his acts of valor on August 20, 2006, in Midlothian, Texas.

A State-By-State Look at Police Training

March 8, 2007
A look at how long states give some law enforcement recruits to get fully trained. In many states, recruits who have not completed training must be supervised by full-fledged officers.

Amid Claims of Police Profiling, Study Will Review ‘Stop and Frisks’

March 1, 2007
The New York City Police Department has commissioned a six-month independent review of the way it stops people on the streets, sometimes searching them for illegal weapons, after the release of statistics that showed the department stopped 508,540 people in the five boroughs last year, officials said yesterday.

Plans for National Law Enforcement Museum Unveiled

March 1, 2007
Wednesday, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) formally unveiled plans for the first-ever National Law Enforcement Museum. With groundbreaking scheduled for next summer, the National Law Enforcement Museum will be the largest and most comprehensive museum of its kind.

Olympia Police Officials Win National Alarm Management Award

March 1, 2007
Two members of the Olympia (Wash.) Police Department received a national award February 20, 2007, for helping to improve alarm management practices in their city. The "Award of Distinction for Excellence in Alarm Management" is given by the Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC) in recognition of innovative and successful practices that reduce the number of burglar alarm signals generating calls for police dispatch.

Tactical Medicine Experts to Appear at TREXPO West

March 1, 2007
Lawrence Heiskell M.D. from the International School of Tactical Medicine, Dan Olesnicky M.D., Sydney Vail M.D., and Don Lane, J.D. will discuss Tactical Emergency Medicine during a new full-day conference at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, Calif., on Monday, March 19.

Agencies Hold Conference on Child Exploitation

February 22, 2007
Parents and educators have been worried for several years now about sexual predators who cruise the Internet looking for children to lure into abuse. Wednesday federal law enforcement officials held their first conference in Oregon on child exploitation.

Arkansas Seat Belt Law Gains Support

February 22, 2007
State Attorney General Dustin McDaniel and leaders in law enforcement and medicine in Arkansas have thrown their support behind making seat-belt non-use a primary offense -- meaning an officer could stop a vehicle only because the driver was observed not using a seat belt.

S.C. Man Sentenced to Death in Murders of Two Officers

February 22, 2007
A jury sentenced a South Carolina man to death Wednesday for gunning down two law enforcement officers during a dispute about his family's land in 2003.
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