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New 311 Line to Lessen 911 Calls

July 3, 2003
A 311 non-emergency line was recently established on Martha's Vineyard to keep down the number of bogus 911 calls taking time away from answering truly urgent calls.

Research Leads to Advanced DNA Analysis

June 27, 2003
With a new DNA analysis method, samples that were once considered too damaged or degraded to be analyzed through conventional methods can now be accurately identified.

New Law Enforcement Training Association

June 27, 2003
Law enforcement instructors and trainers have come together to form an organization dedicated to furthering education in the criminal justice community and creating an international cooperative environment.

Court Limits Defendant Drugging

June 20, 2003
In a recent ruling, the Supreme Court outlined limits on the government’s authority to forcibly administer medications to make defendants fit to stand trial.

Traffic Cameras Ruled Legal

June 20, 2003
A D.C. Superior Court judge ruled that fining the owners of cars caught on camera breaking traffic laws in the city does not violate the Constitution.

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.
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