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Missouri Banks Attempt Unmasking Robbers

October 25, 2002
Twenty-six banks and credit unions with 141 locations in the Ozarks have already begun posting polite signs asking visitors to remove hats, sunglasses, and anything that might hide their faces as they enter.

IACP/DuPont Kevlar Survivors' Club Inducts New Members

October 25, 2002
A well-known TV actor and two police officers from the same department who survived incidents only three weeks apart were honored at this year's IACP show for wearing bullet-resistant vests, which most likely saved their lives.

Sniper Suspects Could Face Death Penalty

October 25, 2002
Sniper suspects John Allen Muhammed and John Lee Malvo will be charged with six counts of first-degree murder in Maryland, and Muhammed could face the death penalty, say Maryland state prosecutors. Other states also plan to prosecute the suspects.

California K-9 Memorial Unveiled

October 16, 2002
The memorial "Faithful Partner," recently unveiled at the University of California at Davis, honors the service and sacrifice of police dogs.

Magnum Footwear Satisfaction Guaranteed

October 16, 2002
For a limited time, you can return your Magnum footwear within 60 days of purchase with the original receipt for a full refund.

FCC Pushes for National E-911 Wireless Carrier

October 16, 2002
The Federal Communications Commission's E-911 enforcement action regarding AT&T Wireless outlines a deployment plan with specific deadlines for a national GSM wireless carrier.

NLEOMF Recognizes Memorial's Eleventh Anniversary

October 16, 2002
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund held a wreath laying ceremony on Tuesday, October 15, to commemorate the Memorial's dedication 11 years ago.

AOL to Offer Amber Alerts Online

October 3, 2002
Internet service provider America Online will begin transmitting Amber Alerts to subscribers' computers, pagers, and cell phones in early November.

French and US Police Compare Countries' Union Benefits

October 3, 2002
French Police union leaders visiting the United States to lend their support at September 11 ceremonies spent time comparing policing issues with their American counterparts. Discussions revolved mostly around the countries' respective police labor practices.

Pepper Spray Causes Terrorism Scare at Football Game

October 3, 2002
Pepper spray used by police caused a bio/chem scare during a recent Philadelphia Eagles-Washington Redskins football game at FedEx Field, resulting in an eight-minute delay toward the end of the fourth quarter.
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