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Former Employee Accused of Giving Officers’ Personal Info to Drug Users

December 30, 2004
A woman who used to work in the city personnel office of Wichita Falls, Texas, has been accused of giving personal information about police officers to drug users as payment for her ex-husband’s drug debts.

New System Feared Too Harsh on Denver Cops

December 22, 2004
A new department policy designed to identify and punish trouble-making officers before they cause any serious problems has drawn criticism from the cops themselves, worried it will unfairly treat officers simply trying to do their jobs.

Now Tougher to Sue Cops

December 22, 2004
In two cases, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of law enforcement, making it more difficult to sue police for doing their jobs.

Prison Sentence For NY Man Who Spit on Trooper

December 20, 2004
An HIV-positive man who was acquitted of attempted murder of a police officer for spitting on a trooper and allegedly trying to infect him was sentenced to prison for assault during the incident.

Boston Leads Country in Closing Sexual Assault Cases

December 16, 2004
By solving more than half of the rapes and attempted rapes reported in Boston last year, the city’s police department is ahead of both the Northeast and the national average, according to FBI statistics.

France to Punish Police for Losing “Bomb” During Exercise

December 14, 2004
Police officers in France will be disciplined for planting plastic explosives in an airline passenger’s luggage as part of a K-9 bomb-sniffing exercise and then losing track of the bag.

Kerik Withdraws From Consideration

December 14, 2004
Bernard Kerik, former New York police commissioner and an ex-military man, withdrew his nomination as secretary of homeland security in a call to Bush that surprised the president and his administration.

Boston’s Toys For Tickets Benefits Toys For Tots

December 9, 2004
In a unique show of holiday spirit, the City of Boston is allowing some motorists to donate new toys to the Marine Corps Toys for Tots campaign in lieu of paying fines to the city in cash.

Senate Passes New Intelligence Reform Bill

December 9, 2004
Congress has passed legislation to completely reorganize United States intelligence agencies in response to recommendations from the 9/11 Commission.

Gang Suspected a Danger to National Security

December 9, 2004
Mara Salvatrucha, a widespread mostly Salvadoran gang seen by some as a rival in violence to the Mexican Mafia, is now believed to have ties to al-Qaeda.
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