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California Court Denies Clemency for Williams

December 1, 2005
The California Supreme Court refused Wednesday to halt the scheduled execution of convicted killer Stanley “Tookie” Williams, the Crips gang founder who became an anti-gang activist while in prison and whose supporters claim has redeemed himself.

Heart Association Offers New CPR Guidelines

December 1, 2005
"Push hard, push fast" next time you give CPR to someone having cardiac arrest, say new, simpler guidelines in a radical departure from past advice. Putting the emphasis on chest compressions instead of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, the American Heart Association now urges people to give 30 compressions instead of 15 for every two rescue breaths.

Police Publications for Sale from Federal Government

November 23, 2005
The Federal Government is an important source for official publications dealing with criminal justice and law enforcement. From key statistical reference works to hands-on investigative manuals, the U.S. Government Printing Office has a variety of published information useful to law enforcement professionals.

Agencies Prepare for Busy Thanksgiving Weekend

November 23, 2005
While families travel across the country and gather together for countless helpings of turkey, cranberry sauce, and Aunt Millie’s eggnog, police officers brace themselves for the beginning of the busy holiday travel period, often punctuated by party revelers speeding and driving under the influence.

Golden Gate Bridge Toll Collectors Get Body Armor

November 23, 2005
Toll collectors at San Francisco's landmark Golden Gate Bridge have been issued body armor to guard against armed bandits.

U.S. to End 'Catch and Release' at Mexican Border

November 23, 2005
The United States is closing a legal loophole which has allowed tens of thousands of illegal immigrants to slip into the country and join the estimated 11 million undocumented foreigners already here.

Organization Trains Law Enforcement to Handle Alzheimer’s and Dementia Patients

November 17, 2005
The National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners (www.nccdp.org) provides training in the area of Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care to law enforcement agencies to equip officers with knowledge of how to assist or find people suffering from dementia.

‘Smart’ Buildings to Guide Future First Responders

November 17, 2005
The best response to a building emergency is a fast and informed one. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is working with the building industry as well as the public safety and information technology communities to achieve both objectives.

New Megan’s Law Changes Affect Cops' and Citizens’ Ability to Track Sex Offenders

November 17, 2005
Changes in Megan's Law will mean less information on the Internet about some sex offenders, but law enforcement agencies can inform the public about a particular offender if they deem it necessary.

Virginia Officers Help Louisiana City’s Cops to Decrease Crime and Increase Safety

November 17, 2005
Law enforcement officers left their homes and families in Virginia two weeks ago partnering with the Picayune Police Department to ensure safety and protection for Picayune residents. This is in response to an increase in the city's post-Hurricane Katrina population.
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