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Nation to “Ramp Up Security” to Thwart Possible al-Quaida Plot

July 8, 2004
Intelligence indicating that al-Quaida could launch terrorist attacks to disrupt the upcoming presidential election has prompted the United States to bolster security measures.

Cop Gets Her Purse Back From Thief

July 8, 2004
A purse snatcher chose the wrong person to target when he confronted a blonde woman alone in a parking lot. She was an off-duty St. Louis County, Mo., police officer.

DOJ To Put Violent Crime Impact Teams in 15 Communities

July 1, 2004
A new federal initiative to reduce crime will put teams of federal agents and federal prosecutors in selected cities to work with local law enforcement to identify and arrest the most violent offenders.

Air Marshals Should Go Unnoticed, Says Flight Attendant Association

July 1, 2004
The Association of Flight Attendants says the current policy that requires air marshals to wear a suit and tie and short hair endangers passengers and crew.

House Passes Cop Carry Bill

June 24, 2004
The House of Representatives has passed H.R. 218, also known as the “National Concealed Carry for Cops” bill, legislation that would allow qualified off-duty and retired law enforcement officers to carry concealed firearms across all 50 states.

First Response Coalition Worries Nextel Plan Blow to Interoperability

June 24, 2004
A newly formed collection of firefighters and other groups, calling itself the “First Response Coalition,” has released a white paper outlining problems for police and fire departments’ communications it believes will be caused by a new plan designed to improve cell phone capabilities.

ABA Seeks End to Mandatory Minimum Prison Terms

June 24, 2004
Some laws intended to combat crime are not effective or simply unfair, such as requiring minimum prison terms for small-time drug offenders, says a study from the American Bar Association.

Computer Forensics Workshop Highlights New Tools

June 24, 2004
A conference on digital forensics will focus on using the latest software tools to determine if computer files have been altered, a common problem in searching suspects’ hard drives.

Supreme Court to Consider Extent of Police Searches

June 17, 2004
Justices of the Supreme Court have agreed to review the extent to which police can search homes without violating individual constitutional rights.

Heat Wave Coincides With Rise in Crime

June 17, 2004
Some neighborhoods in Cincinnati and its surrounds are reporting a spike in violent crime since temperatures rose earlier this week.
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