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Shelby Amendment Safeguarding Law Enforcement Passes

July 2, 2007
A law enforcement-friendly amendment attached to a spending bill and sponsored by Sen. Richard Shelby cleared the Senate Appropriations Committee with a definitive 19-10 vote victory. Similar language was approved by a House subcommittee.

Officer Alert: Deputy Attacked During Traffic Stop by Uninvolved Man

June 29, 2007
Officers nationwide are taking note of an incident that occurred in Los Angeles earlier this week that may represent a growing threat to their safety.

Louisiana Man Arrested for Attempting to Buy Plasma TV for Less Than $5

June 29, 2007
A West Monroe, La., man was arrested Tuesday night for attempting to buy a plasma TV at a local Wal-Mart for less than $5.

North Carolina Deputy Struck by Lightning

June 29, 2007
An Iredell County, N.C., sheriff’s deputy learned the hard way this week that summer storms can offer great hazards for law enforcement officers. The deputy was struck by lightning while responding to a call near Lake Norman.

Bruce Siddle to Keynote at TREXPO East

June 28, 2007
Bruce Siddle, the author of "Sharpening the Warrior's Edge," will be a keynote speaker at TREXPO East in Chantilly, Va., August 21-24, 2007.

Seized Cash to Be Divided Among Montana Law Enforcement Agencies

June 28, 2007
A five-member panel of justices upheld a court decision to divide approximately $130,000 seized four years ago among the three Montana law enforcement agencies involved in the discovery and the case.

Florida SWAT Team Secures Armored "BearCat" Through Homeland Security Grant

June 28, 2007
The Okaloosa (Fla.) Sheriff's Office purchased a 16,000-pound armored vehicle though a $250,000 federal homeland security grant.

Statistics Indicate TASERs Decrease Litigation Against Law Enforcement

June 27, 2007
Statistics compiled in a White Paper released by leading advanced electronic control devices manufacturer TASER International indicate that use of a TASER device reduces the risk of excessive use of force claims and litigation filed against law enforcement agencies and officers.

Kentucky Attorney General Presents Immigration Law Alert

June 27, 2007
Kentucky Attorney General Greg Stumbo distributed an "Immigration Law Advisory" to prosecutors and law enforcement officials across the state yesterday. The advisory provides key ways to detect and address pressing immigration issues.

Gun-Related Crimes on the Rise in Florida

June 26, 2007
According to preliminary statistics posted by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), despite a reduction in the overall crime rate in Florida, violent crimes committed with firearms, many of which were allegedly stolen, are on the rise.
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