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Space-Age Video Solution Now Available

June 13, 2003
A video enhancement system originally developed at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., to study the Sun is now being used by law enforcement to help agencies investigate crimes.

DOJ Offers $78.1 Million in Grants to Hire Cops

June 6, 2003
The U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) has announced $78.1 million in grants to fund the hiring of 1,004 new law enforcement officers in 181 cities and towns across the country.

Spectroscopic Method Detects Terrorist Threats

June 6, 2003
A new technique using far-infrared radiation to identify explosives and other materials inside sealed containers could help homeland security efforts.

Man Sues Over Pot-filled Car

June 6, 2003
When Jose Aguado Cervantes bought a car at a U.S. marshal’s auction four years ago, he didn’t know that 119 pounds of marijuana were stashed in the bumpers.

New Agents Already Leaving FBI

May 29, 2003
Thousands of Americans joined the FBI following the September 11 terrorist attacks. But many have already left their positions because they say they are unsatisfied with the pay and benefits.

Colombian Drug Kingpin Convicted

May 29, 2003
Fabio Ochoa, a leader of a 1980s Colombian cocaine cartel, faces a possible life prison sentence after being convicted on federal drug conspiracy charges.

Australian Police Conference Planned

May 29, 2003
The Australian Police Summit 2003, which will cover all aspects of police, law enforcement, and public security, will be held June 18 and 19 in Sydney, Australia.

Maryland Investigative Team Wins Award

May 29, 2003
The Maryland State Police Criminal Investigation Section has received a special award from the District of Columbia Chapter of the Federal Bar Association for its dedication in investigating a wide range of cases.

Canada Proposes More Lax Pot Policy

May 23, 2003
A federal government proposal to lower restrictions on marijuana possession has the United States, as well as police chiefs in Alberta, Canada, up in arms.

State Supreme Court Debates Police GPS Tracking

May 23, 2003
Police officers can now use tracking devices to trail suspects. The issue up for debate now in Washington state is whether police should need a warrant to do so.
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