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Drug Court Funding Available

April 11, 2003
States, state and local courts, units of local government, and tribal governments can now apply for more than $20 million in drug court funding for fiscal year 2003

Cops’ Cell Phones Said to Compromise Officer Safety

April 10, 2003
A proposal to legally conceal Florida police officers’ cell phone numbers has spurred controversy over the privacy of public servants and the public’s right to monitor use of taxpayers’ money.

House Approves Amber Alert Compromise Package

April 10, 2003
The House of Representatives has approved a package of child protection legislation that would create a national Amber Alert child kidnapping notification network as well as strengthen the nation’s child pornography laws.

Court Says Man Can Legally Bark at Police Dog

April 10, 2003
The 4th Ohio District court of Appeals upheld the dismissal of charges against a man who returned the barks of police dog Pepsie in Athens, Ohio, in September 2001.

Advanced TASER M26 Brings Down Hijacker

April 10, 2003
The Advanced TASER M26 was recently used by the Greek Police Special Forces to incapacitate and arrest the hijacker of a Turkish Airlines flight.

Radio Show Features a Cop’s Perspective

March 28, 2003
Dayton, Ohio’s WHIO-AM has created the “Sgt. Karl” show as a forum for police-related topics. The show’s host, Sgt. Karl Schmidt, works the day shift as a patrol officer. And no, he’s not giving up his day job.

Guide Helps Officers Investigate Equipment Theft

March 28, 2003
The National Equipment Register (NER) has released a guide to investigating theft of heavy equipment, available free to all law enforcement officers.

U.K. Changes to Fingerprint Rules Cause Uproar

March 28, 2003
Plans to give British police the power to retain fingerprints and other samples from arrested suspects have been protested by both lawyers and human rights activists.

Prosecutor Fired Over Trust Issue with Police

March 28, 2003
Albuquerque, New Mexico Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Albright was dismissed after her boss said she betrayed the trust of local police by blowing two officers' cover.

Federal DNA Initiative Could Help Fund Police Departments

March 19, 2003
An initiative being proposed by the federal government could help bring criminals to justice through the use of DNA technology by providing funds, training, and assistance.
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