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New Government Website Helps Fight Meth Problems

September 2, 2005
In the fight against meth, individuals and communities need all the resources they can get. A new government Website seeks to put essential resources in the hands of law enforcement officers and other community members concerned for the safety of their neighborhoods and people unfairly affected by the drug trade.

Smith & Wesson Offers Gun Safety Training Incentive

September 2, 2005
Smith & Wesson has announced a program to help new shooters get the training they need for safe gun ownership and use.

Judge Overturns Ban on New York Graffiti Party

September 2, 2005
A judge ruled in favor of a fashion company that wished to showcase 20 graffiti artists’ work on mock subway cars on a public street. The decision overturned a ban New York City officials had imposed amid concerns of promoting vandalism.

NYC Transit Agency Implements New Security Plan

August 25, 2005
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has announced plans to implement a $200 million security system that would use closed-circuit cameras and motion detectors to monitor the city’s subway, bus, and commuter lines for possible terrorist attacks.

Association Seeks Input on Decon Shower Standard

August 25, 2005
The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) invites first responders to assist in the development of a new voluntary consensus standard for decontamination showers by filling out a brief survey.

Maryland Awards Funds to Enforce School Bus Safety

August 25, 2005
As the school year gets underway, more than 60 Maryland law enforcement agencies and state police barracks are being awarded a total of $515,000 in grants to be used to enforce traffic laws related to school bus safety.

American Indians in Minnesota Launch Suicide Hotline

August 25, 2005
American Indian community leaders have worked together to create the Native Youth Crisis Hotline to help talk down community members contemplating suicide.

Police Solve Toddler’s 1980 Murder

August 19, 2005
Police have gotten confessions from two people charged with killing a two-year-old boy in Hialeah, Fla., 25 years ago: his mother and stepfather.

U.S. DOJ Hiring Grants Announced

August 19, 2005
Grant monies totaling $4.8 million have been awarded to hire 65 new community policing officers in 25 communities.

Scotland Yard Top Cop Joins PERF Board

August 19, 2005
Sir Ian Blair, commissioner of London’s Metropolitan Police Service, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Washington, D.C.-based Police Executive Research Forum (PERF).
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