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Badges for Sale on the Web

February 7, 2002
Undercover investigators purchased more than 900 black-market law enforcement badges, both real and counterfeit, over the Internet recently.

Fitted Shoe Insoles Reduce Foot Pain for Beat Cops

January 31, 2002
Last year when doctors writing for the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association wanted to conduct a study of the effectiveness of fitted shoe insoles they turned to people who really know foot pain: beat cops.

Web Weather for Free

January 31, 2002
Meteorlogix, a Minneapolis-based weather services provider, now offers customizable Website information at the Wx.com Website.

Philadelphia Police Smoking Ban Lifted

January 30, 2002
A department-wide ban on smoking on-duty or in uniform was dropped for now by Philiadelphia Interim Police Commissioner Sylvester Johnson.

Man Visits Jail and Stays

January 30, 2002
Wanted men probably shouldn’t visit their friends in prison. Police arrested David Ruppert at the York County prison (Penn.) while he was visiting Robert Haley, his friend and alleged accomplice in the armed robbery of a woman making a bank deposit.

Marines Develop High-Tech Banana Peel for Crowd Control

January 24, 2002
The U.S. Marine Corps reports the deployment of a new crowd-control weapon that promises to make riots much more slippery affairs.

Mass. Troopers Enlist Wireless E-Mail Devices in War on Terrorism

January 24, 2002
The BlackBerry, a pricey handheld wireless Internet device favored by Wall Street investment bankers and Hollywood producers, may soon be one of the most effective weapons in the arsenal of U.S. homeland defense.

Use-of-Force Confusion Killing Japanese Cops

January 24, 2002
Looking for a way to lower the number of officers killed in the line of duty, Japan’s National Police Agency (NPA) has released new use-of-force guidelines.

Chambers named First Female Police Chief for National Park Service

January 24, 2002
Chief Teresa Chambers, who has served as police chief for the Durham (N.C.) PD for almost four years, is leaving to become Chief of the U.S. Park Police for the National Park Service. Chambers becomes the first female head of the park police in its 210-year history.
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$25M in Grants Available for Bulletproof Vests

January 24, 2002
The Justice Department's Office of Justice Programs (OJP) is making $25 million available to help law enforcement agencies across the nation obtain bulletproof vests. The OJP's Bureau of Justic Assistance (BJA) has opened the application process for the FY 2002 Bulletproof Vest Partnership Program.
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