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UK Allows Some Police to Carry Tasers

September 23, 2004
Although most police in the United Kingdom are not allowed to carry guns, some will now be carrying Taser stun guns.

Student Issues Fake Parking Tickets, Collects 'Fines'

September 23, 2004
A college student in Madison, Wis., is accused of placing fake parking tickets on cars parked near his fraternity and taking the money for them.

Police Ski Championship Applications Available

September 23, 2004
The 2005 North American Police Ski Championships will be held at Copper Mountain, Colo., Feb. 27-March 6. New this year will be a full snowboard race schedule for police racers.

No Death Penalty for Brooklyn Cops’ Murder

September 16, 2004
Prosecutors say they cannot seek an execution for the slaying of two Brooklyn police detectives killed last week because no capital punishment law is currently in place in the state of New York.

Gunmaker and Shop Settle with D.C. Sniper Victims

September 16, 2004
The United States manufacturer of the rifle used in a sniper shooting spree in the Washington, D.C.-area in 2002 and the shop that lost track of the weapon have agreed to pay a collective sum of $2.5 million to victims.

Exonerated Man Gets No Compensation

September 16, 2004
After serving 22 years for a crime he didn’t commit, a man walked out of prison with his freedom but little else. He didn’t even receive the amount of cash given to parolees convicted of violent crimes.

RNC Protesters Consider Suing NYPD

September 9, 2004
Civil rights groups say police officers from the New York Police Department stepped on the rights of protesters at the Republican National Convention in New York City last week.

N.H. Police Issue Thank-You Notes

September 9, 2004
In an effort to encourage safe drivers along a dangerous stretch of road, the Rochester Police Department is giving thank-you notes to some law-abiding motorists, instead of tickets.

New Guide Details Digital Evidence Handling

September 9, 2004
A new publication details for investigators how to locate and extract digital data for evidence without accidentally altering the files.

New Partnership Seeks to Help Sexually Exploited Children

September 2, 2004
In an effort to stop the exploitation of children as a result of human trafficking, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is partnering with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) to educate law enforcement officers, social service providers, and healthcare professionals about the problem and how to help the victims.
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