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Homeland Security Secretary Urges Immigration Policy Changes to Safeguard National Security

July 14, 2005
Michael Chertoff, homeland security secretary, proposes fighting terrorism by streamlining his department and tightening border security while allowing more legal immigrants to enter the country through a guest worker program.

Suspect in Oklahoma Police Chase Arrested After Reporting Abandoned Truck Stolen

July 14, 2005
An Oklahoma man was arrested after allegedly leading police on a chase, ditching his vehicle, fleeing on foot, and then making contact to report his vehicle stolen.

San Diego Police Model for Fundraising Calendar

July 14, 2005
Members of San Diego County police and fire departments appear in a 2006 calendar to raise money for next year’s Western States Police and Fire Games.

Police Officer Line of Duty Deaths Decreased

July 14, 2005
An 11-percent decrease in line-of-duty deaths in 2005 compared to the same time last year can be partly attributed to increased use of bullet-resistant vests, say two law enforcement groups.

Law Enforcement Group Says Meth a Major Problem

July 8, 2005
Local officials across the country agree that methamphetamine fuels a range of crimes and social welfare problems.

Man Arrested on Suspicion of Racing Cop Car

July 8, 2005
Florida Police driving in a brand new undercover Ford Mustang arrested a 24-year-old man who they suspect was drag racing…them.

Montana Troopers to Make One Traffic Stop Per Hour

July 8, 2005
A new policy that requires state troopers in Montana to make at least one traffic stop each hour does not violate the state’s anti-quota law, says the chief.

U.S. Mass Transit on Orange Alert

July 8, 2005
The United States government has upgraded the threat level from code yellow to code orange, or high risk of terrorist attack, for the nation’s mass transit system in response to the bomb attacks on London’s transit system yesterday that killed an estimated 50 people and injured 400.

Bush Makes More Changes to U.S. Intelligence Agencies

July 1, 2005
President Bush has ordered more sweeping changes to the United States intelligence community and gave the new national intelligence chief more power over the FBI in response to a presidential commission that spelled out various intelligence failures.

PA FOP Supports Stiffer Penalties For State Illegal Drug Distribution

July 1, 2005
Fraternal Order of Police State Lodge President Mark Koch supports a Pennsylvania State House Bill that would stiffen penalties for administering illegal substances when a death has occurred.
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