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Computer Forensics Workshop Highlights New Tools

June 24, 2004
A conference on digital forensics will focus on using the latest software tools to determine if computer files have been altered, a common problem in searching suspects’ hard drives.

Supreme Court to Consider Extent of Police Searches

June 17, 2004
Justices of the Supreme Court have agreed to review the extent to which police can search homes without violating individual constitutional rights.

Heat Wave Coincides With Rise in Crime

June 17, 2004
Some neighborhoods in Cincinnati and its surrounds are reporting a spike in violent crime since temperatures rose earlier this week.

Police OK British Soccer Fans Smoking Pot

June 17, 2004
To prevent violence and promote calm, Portuguese law enforcement decided to allow fans of England’s soccer team to smoke marijuana before a major match against France held in Lisbon Sunday.

Fobus Recalls Holsters for Causing Accidental Firings

June 10, 2004
Eight incidents of a gun holster retention strap catching the trigger and causing it to discharge have prompted Fobus USA to recall 3,200 holsters.

U.S. Prison Population Increase Largest in Four Years

June 10, 2004
The nation's prisons and jails held 57,600 more inmates in June 2003 than at the same time the previous year, according to a recent report from the Justice Department.

Man Attacks Town With Armored Bulldozer, Kills Self

June 10, 2004
A local welder destroyed several buildings in the small resort town of Granby, Colo., with his custommade armored bulldozer before turning a gun on himself while still in the makeshift tank.

Cops Take Classes to Fight Internet Crime

June 3, 2004
Across Europe, police agencies are teaching officers how to use computer forensics to combat the new and growing trend of crimes perpetrated over the Internet.

Violent Crime Continues Decline

June 3, 2004
According to preliminary FBI statistics, violent crimes overall continued to decline in 2003, although there was a slight increase in murder rates.
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