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Army Considers Changing Reserve Officer Policy

January 13, 2005
National Guard and Reserve officers in the Army could be asked to serve multiple two-year tours with a policy shift aimed at swelling the ranks stretched thin by troops deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, according to a senior Army official.

Bush Chooses Homeland Security Chief Successor

January 13, 2005
President Bush has chosen Michael Chertoff, who was involved in developing the administration’s legal strategy against the war on terror, to replace Tom Ridge as Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.

Man on Death Row Asks For Execution

January 13, 2005
Michael Ross, convicted of multiple murders, is now volunteering to end all appeals of his death sentence so he can be executed.

Police Arrest Murder Suspect After Mistakenly Releasing Him

January 13, 2005
A paperwork error let Watson J. Ward, 22, walk out of a Detroit police station the same day he was scheduled to be arraigned on charges of first-degree murder and assault with intent to murder.

Gonzales Faces Tough Hearing to Become Top Cop

January 6, 2005
Alberto Gonzales, President Bush’s new choice for John Ashcroft’s replacement to head the Justice Department, might have a fight ahead of him, based on the opinions of democrats and former military brass who plan to ask some tough questions during his hearing.

Hostages Released From Peruvian Police Station Barricade

January 6, 2005
About 125 members of an armed nationalist group overtook a police station in the remote town of Andahuaylas, Peru. But after a four-day standoff, they surrendered and released their 17 hostages, which included police officers and soldiers.

Sing Sing Prison Museum Proposed

January 6, 2005
Officials in Westchester County in New York state want to create a museum at Sing Sing prison, which would draw tourists to the place where the Rosenbergs were electrocuted in 1953.

Georgia Sheriff Ordered to Rehire Employees Dismissed in One-Day Firing Spree

January 6, 2005
After firing 27 employees on his first day on the job, newly elected Sheriff Victor Hill of the Clayton County (Ga.) Sheriff’s Department has been ordered to rehire them all. But Hill refuses to give in completely.

2004 Line-of-Duty Death Toll: 154

December 30, 2004
A total of 154 law enforcement officers died while on the job in 2004, according to statistics compiled by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) and Concerns of Police Survivors from reports until Dec. 24.

Dallas Police Can Buy Own Semiautos

December 30, 2004
After a gun battle that had many worried that Texas cops are outgunned, Dallas Police Chief David Kunkle has announced that his police officers will be allowed to purchase their own AR-15 semiautomatic rifles for patrol.
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