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N.H. Police Issue Thank-You Notes

September 9, 2004
In an effort to encourage safe drivers along a dangerous stretch of road, the Rochester Police Department is giving thank-you notes to some law-abiding motorists, instead of tickets.

New Guide Details Digital Evidence Handling

September 9, 2004
A new publication details for investigators how to locate and extract digital data for evidence without accidentally altering the files.

New Partnership Seeks to Help Sexually Exploited Children

September 2, 2004
In an effort to stop the exploitation of children as a result of human trafficking, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is partnering with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) to educate law enforcement officers, social service providers, and healthcare professionals about the problem and how to help the victims.

NYPD Uses Blimp to Police Republican Convention

September 2, 2004
A dirigible fitted with high-tech surveillance equipment is patrolling the Republican National Convention in New York this week. NYPD insignia appear next to the Fujifilm logo on either side of the blimp.

5.11 Tactical Begins LEO Photo Contest

September 2, 2004
If you’re a law enforcement officer who wears apparel from 5.11 tactical, you can win up to $1,000 for your best photos of yourself and your colleagues wearing the company’s clothing.

Unions Protest New Overtime Rules

August 26, 2004
Hundreds of workers rallied on the steps of the Labor Department in Washington this week to protest new rules that redefine what type of worker qualifies to receive overtime pay. The changes went into effect Monday.

Bratton Denies Taking a British Police Position

August 26, 2004
Despite being asked to consider a job as Metropolitan Police Commissioner at London’s famed Scotland Yard, Los Angeles Police Chief William J. Bratton says he won’t be leaving his United States post anytime soon.

New Jersey Court Holds Sunday Sessions

August 26, 2004
The Newark Municipal Court is the first in New Jersey to hold Sunday sessions in an effort to get through a backlog of cases.

School Raid Ruled Legal

August 26, 2004
Although seeing officers with guns drawn frightened students, a police raid at a South Carolina high school last year did not violate civil rights, says the U.S. Justice Department.

Bush Plans to Increase Reservists’ Benefits

August 19, 2004
President George W. Bush has announced plans to enhance education benefits for active-duty National guardsmen and reservists, who currently receive considerably less money for education than their enlisted counterparts.
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