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Oxygen's 'Women & The Badge' Spotlights Female Law Enforcement Officers

January 10, 2002
A new documentary series, premiering Sunday, January 27, profiles female law enforcement officers and the unique challenges they face.

Computer 'Library' Speeds Evidence Collection

January 10, 2002
Computer forensics experts can now sift through thousands of files on a suspect's computer to find those relevant for evidence much more quickly thanks to the National Software Reference Library(NSRL), developed by computer scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

New York Police Recruiting Found Lacking

January 2, 2002
NEW YORK -- New York City police recruits are failing out of academy classes and being disciplined for violating department rules at twice the rate they were four years ago, a city-appointed police oversight panel has found.

Police Dogs Attack Officers

January 2, 2002
Since 1990, police dogs trained to apprehend suspects in Prince George's County (Md.) have instead attacked and mauled police officers, canine handlers and other law enforcement agents at least 43 times, according to public records and other documents.
Tags: FBI, K-9 Units

Union Seeks to Oust L.A. Police Chief

January 2, 2002
After years of butting heads with Police Chief Bernard Parks over issues ranging from discipline to work schedules, the city's police union says it will seek a vote of no confidence against the chief.
Tags: Chiefs, LAPD

SWAT Member Fears He May Have Killed Innocent Columbine Student

December 28, 2001
The family of Daniel Rohrbough, a slain Columbine student, claims he was shot and killed by a Denver police officer and not a student gunman as originally suspected, according to The Toronto Sun.

Texas Prisons Improve Security After Breakout

December 19, 2001
KENEDY, Texas - In the year since the worst prison breakout in Texas history, sweeping changes have been made not only in the Connally Unit three miles south of Kenedy where the breakout took place, but in all of Texas' 109 prisons.

"Santa" Shoots Woman

December 19, 2001
SAO PAULO-- A man in a Santa suit set aside his bag of gifts, drew a gun from his black belt and shot a woman on a Sao Paulo street, wounding her in the wrist and face, police said.

INS Fugitives Reported to FBI

December 12, 2001
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In a surprise crackdown, U.S. immigration officials will for the first time give the FBI names of 314,000 people who have disappeared to avoid being kicked out of the country. Local police will likely be the ones to enforce deportation.

Ashcroft Defends U.S. Anti-terrorist Actions

December 12, 2001
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- At a hearing before Congress to defend the Bush administration's anti-terrorism tactics, Attorney General John Ashcroft accused his critics of spreading fear, dividing the country and helping the enemy.
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