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Former Chief Ramsey New Philadelphia Police Commissioner

November 15, 2007
Charles H. Ramsey, who served as police chief of the Washington, D.C., Police Department, has been named commissioner of the Philadelphia Police Department.

Gator Kills Attempted Auto Theft Suspect

November 15, 2007
A man who jumped into a lake apparently to flee police was killed by a nine-foot-long alligator.

TREXPO West Endorsed by Asian Gang Investigators Association of California

November 15, 2007
The Asian Gang Investigators Association of California has announced its endorsement of TREXPO West. The conference and expo will take place Feb. 19-21 in Long Beach, Calif.

EFJ, Inc.’s 5100 ES Series Portable Radio Named Hot Product by Public Safety Communications

November 15, 2007
EFJ, Inc. announced today that the 5100 ES Portable Radio from its EFJohnson subsidiary has received the Hot Product award from Public Safety Communications magazine, the official magazine of the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO).

Broward County Sheriff Says Suspect Admits Killing Elderly Deputy

November 9, 2007
Broward County (Fla.) Sheriff Al Lamberti reported Thursday that career criminal Michael Mazza has confessed to killing Dep. Paul Rein Thursday.

Mo. Man Convicted in Officer's Killing

November 9, 2007
A Clayton, Mo., jury convicted Kevin Johnson of first-degree murder earlier this week for the 2005 slaying of Kirkwood, Mo., police sergeant William McEntee.

FBI Dismisses Al-Qaeda Threat Against Shopping Malls

November 9, 2007
Thursday the FBI circulated a counter-terrorism warning to law enforcement that said Al-Qaeda may be planning attacks on shopping malls in Chicago and Los Angeles during the holiday season. It now says the warning was not backed by specific intelligence.

Proposed Pa. Law Would Impose Mandatory Sentencing for People Who Shoot at Cops

November 9, 2007
Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell and House speaker Dennis O'Brien have expressed bi-partisan support for a law that would impose a minimum 20-year sentence on anyone convicted of shooting at a cop, regardless of whether the officer is struck by the bullets. Rendell is a Democrat. O'Brien is a Republican.

TigerLight Awarded GSA Contract

November 7, 2007
TigerLight was awarded its GSA (General Services Administration) contract for all TigerLight products and most accessories.

Albuquerque Police to be Tested for Steroids

November 7, 2007
Concerns that steroid abuse could lead to outbursts of rage by officers have led the Albuquerque Police Department to institute anabolic steroid testing for some officers.
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