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Boston’s Toys For Tickets Benefits Toys For Tots

December 9, 2004
In a unique show of holiday spirit, the City of Boston is allowing some motorists to donate new toys to the Marine Corps Toys for Tots campaign in lieu of paying fines to the city in cash.

Senate Passes New Intelligence Reform Bill

December 9, 2004
Congress has passed legislation to completely reorganize United States intelligence agencies in response to recommendations from the 9/11 Commission.

Gang Suspected a Danger to National Security

December 9, 2004
Mara Salvatrucha, a widespread mostly Salvadoran gang seen by some as a rival in violence to the Mexican Mafia, is now believed to have ties to al-Qaeda.

Kerik Nominated for Homeland Security Post

December 3, 2004
President Bush has chosen Bernard Kerik, who served as New York police commissioner when the 9/11 attack happened, to head the Department of Homeland Security.

BB Guns Used in Massachusetts Holdups

December 3, 2004
Pellet guns and other fake weapons that resemble real firearms have become increasingly used to rob people that believe the weapons to be real, say police in Massachusetts.

School Crime Rate Continues Decline

December 2, 2004
Crime in United States schools continued to decline from 1992 to 2002, coinciding with a national drop in the crime rate, according to a new DOJ report.

Citizens Donate to Save K-9’s Eyesight

November 23, 2004
Newspaper readers sent money to a cash-strapped Minnesota police agency that couldn’t pay for a $2,500 operation to restore the sight of one of its police dogs.

Hate Crimes in 2003 Reached More Than 7,000

November 23, 2004
Showing a slight rise in total numbers over 2002, the number of hate crimes reported in the United States last year reached more than 7,400 incidents, according to a recent FBI report.

Theme Park Offers LEOs Free Holiday Admission

November 23, 2004
From Nov. 25 to December 17, Knott's Berry Farm in Southern California is offering law enforcement officers free admission to the theme park. With proper ID, such as an employee ID card or paycheck, all fire and police personnel and one guest each can receive free admission.

CBS to Air Story of Last Survivor Pulled From WTC Rubble

November 23, 2004
CBS will broadcast “Last Man Out” on its Wednesday edition of 60 Minutes at 8:00 p.m. The segment tells the story of Sgt. John McLoughlin of the New York/New Jersey Port Authority Police Department, the last man pulled alive from the World Trade Center after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
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