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Bush Budget to Cut Police Funding

February 10, 2005
President Bush’s budget proposes decreasing the federal grant monies available to local law enforcement agencies from $600 million to $60 million.

Police Raid Children’s Birthday Party

February 10, 2005
Officers interrupted a toddler’s birthday party to arrest a pregnant woman on accusations of selling marijuana.

Internet Phones Potential Security Risk

February 10, 2005
Federal agencies and other organizations considering switching their telephone systems to Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) should take precautions to help minimize security risks, says a recent report.

EPIC to Hold Annual Forensic Photography Classes

February 10, 2005
The Evidence Photographers International Council (EPIC) will hold its 2005 classes on evidence photography and imaging in Atlanta in November.

California to Overhaul Youth Prison System

February 3, 2005
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s administration has promised to back a new system that would seek to remediate the golden state’s juvenile offenders with therapy and positive reinforcement instead of simply using punishment.

Group Identifies Best Data Archiving Techniques

February 3, 2005
With agencies storing so much important information on CDs and DVDs, it’s important that the data remain as protected as possible in the years to come. A recent research project has found the best disks and methods to use to accomplish this goal.

Safety Group Wants Children to Sit in Back Seat

February 3, 2005
At the top of the National Transportation Safety Board’s child passenger safety recommendations is having all passengers 12 and under ride in the back seat in properly fitted belts.

Woman Sells Fake “Duff” Beer

February 3, 2005
A Brisbane, Australia, woman pleaded guilty to selling three cases of Duff brand beer on eBay. The problem was the beer didn’t exist.

New Border Crossing Technology to be Tested

January 27, 2005
The same radio microchip technology by which many cars automatically pay highway tolls as they speed by could soon accelerate the process of checking motorists at U.S. borders crossings.

Man Accused of Robbery Asks Victim for a Date

January 27, 2005
Police say a man involved in robbing a Domino’s Pizza delivery woman later called the victim on his cell phone, apologizing for the crime and asking her out on a date.
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