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Drive-Thrus May Be Dangerous for Cops

July 16, 2003
Police are advised to take caution at restaurants after two deputies in Tampa, Fla., were served burgers containing shards of glass.

TASER International Acquires Taser Technologies Assets

July 16, 2003
Less-lethal weapons manufacturer and distributor TASER International has acquired all significant assets owned by Taser Technologies Inc. and Electronic Medical Research Laboratories, formerly known as Tasertron.

DNA Catches Dog Red Pawed

July 10, 2003
A chicken farmer used science to find the canine responsible for raids on his henhouse.

Trooper Killed in Mich. Standoff

July 9, 2003
A Michigan State trooper died while entering the home of a man who had barricaded himself inside and shot at officers. The standoff ended when the building burned to the ground.

Murderers Escape New York Prison

July 9, 2003
Two inmates convicted of murder escaped from a maximum-security prison in upstate New York.

Tacoma Manager Fired for Promoting Chief

July 9, 2003
The Tacoma, Wash., city council fired the city manager because it holds him accountable for making David Brame the chief of police.

New 311 Line to Lessen 911 Calls

July 3, 2003
A 311 non-emergency line was recently established on Martha's Vineyard to keep down the number of bogus 911 calls taking time away from answering truly urgent calls.

Research Leads to Advanced DNA Analysis

June 27, 2003
With a new DNA analysis method, samples that were once considered too damaged or degraded to be analyzed through conventional methods can now be accurately identified.

New Law Enforcement Training Association

June 27, 2003
Law enforcement instructors and trainers have come together to form an organization dedicated to furthering education in the criminal justice community and creating an international cooperative environment.

Court Limits Defendant Drugging

June 20, 2003
In a recent ruling, the Supreme Court outlined limits on the government’s authority to forcibly administer medications to make defendants fit to stand trial.
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