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Squad Car or Donut Shop?

August 20, 2003
This week, the Discovery Channel series Monster Garage featured a project vehicle that might be considered controversial to some cops—a black-and-white converted into a donut shop, complete with a coffee maker and display case.

Police Supplier Website Launches

August 20, 2003
Police magazine has added to its Website a powerful new resource for any officer who is shopping for police equipment and supplies. PoliceSupplier.com is not just an online extension of the annual Police Buyer’s Guide, but an expanded, continually updated source of product information.

Ashcroft Defends Patriot Act

August 20, 2003
Attorney General John Ashcroft has launched a campaign to defend the anti-terrorism law passed shortly after 9/11. The law, often called the USA Patriot Act, has received harsh criticism for giving the government too much power over the rights of citizens and immigrants.

Afghani Police Station Attacked

August 20, 2003
The same day a raid on a Kabul police station killed 22 people, attackers set fire to another police compound in southeast Aghanistan and took four policemen as hostages.

Officer Fights to Wear Religious Headgear On Duty

August 15, 2003
A Muslim police officer has been told she will be fired from the Philadelphia Police Department if she returns to work wearing a head scarf.

Conference to Feature Biometric Technologies

August 8, 2003
Recent advances in biometrics as well as technological and security issues concerning the industry will be hot topics at the Biometrics Consortium Conference 2003, Sept. 22-24 in Arlington, Va.

Talk Show Appearance Leads to Sentence

August 8, 2003
Paul Alexander traded in a few minutes of fame on television for a yearlong prison sentence.

Patriot Act II Most Likely a Dead Issue

August 1, 2003
Although the Patriot Act passed easily soon after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a planned expansion of the powers granted to the Federal government with that bill is not getting the same welcome.

Driver Ties Up Traffic for Dry Sofa

July 25, 2003
A woman swerved under a freeway overpass when it started to rain to protect the sofa sitting in the open bed of her truck.
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