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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.

Retired Marine Helps Americans Send Gifts to Troops

November 10, 2005
Americans who want to send gifts to military personnel serving in Iraq or Afghanistan this holiday season may want to contact Jack McHugh.

Perceived Gang Violence Declines

November 10, 2005
According to a National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS), victims perceived perpetrators to be gang members in about 6 percent of violent victimizations between 1998 and 2003. That’s down from 9 percent between 1993 and 1996.

Lawsuit Challenges Handgun Ban in San Francisco

November 10, 2005
Gun owners and advocates wasted little time Wednesday in challenging San Francisco's newly enacted prohibition on handgun possession by filing a lawsuit in the same court that tossed out a local handgun ban 23 years ago and vowing to, if necessary, use shotguns to protect themselves.

Supreme Court Seems Split on Police Searches of Homes

November 10, 2005
The Supreme Court appeared deeply divided Tuesday over whether police have the right to enter a home to search for drugs if one resident of the home gives permission to search and another resident refuses.

Customs and Border Protection Arrests Murder Suspect in Mexican Border Town

November 3, 2005
Nogales, Arizona may not be the biggest port of entry into the United States, but when it comes to apprehending murder suspects, it may well be the busiest for Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers.

Maryland State Police Department Honors Trooper and NCO of the Year for 2004

November 3, 2005
More than 50 troopers from across Maryland gathered to find out who among them had won the competitions for 2004 “Trooper of the Year” and “Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year.”
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