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State Trooper Drug Testing Program Questioned

February 13, 2003
After recent reports that two Massachusetts state troopers were allegedly using drugs when they were arrested, State Police officials admitted they have drastically cut back on drug testing in recent years.

Congress Debates FBI Funding and Function

February 13, 2003
Congress is planning to raise FBI funding, despite disputes over the agency’s use of increased funding since 9/11 and the bureau’s overall ability to perform.

Federal Grants Available for Forensic Research and Development

February 13, 2003
This year’s deadline for General Forensic Research and Development federal grants is fast approaching.

New L.A. Alarm Policy Spurs Controversy

February 7, 2003
A new policy requires verification that a break-in is underway before police respond to burglar alarms. The alarm industry is upset, as are some citizens.

TREXPO Attendees to Challenge the LEOPARD

February 7, 2003
Officers attending the annual TREXPO West trade show and conference in Long Beach, Calif., this month will have an opportunity to compete against their colleagues and against the clock on a specially designed police obstacle course.

Man Charged with Murder in 1957 Cold Case

February 7, 2003
A retired gas-station owner was arrested at his home in a suburb of Columbia, South Carolina, and charged with murdering two police officers in 1957 in El Segundo, California.

E-mails Solicit for Sham Columbia Shuttle Charities

February 7, 2003
People have reported receiving unsolicited e-mails requesting donations to alleged charities related to the Columbia Space Shuttle tragedy. These e-mails may contain links to sites collecting credit card information.

Cincinnati Hate-Crime Law Now Includes Homosexuals

February 6, 2003
Under Cincinnati law, a hate-crime charge filed against someone could double the penalty if police believe the crime was based on sexual orientation.

Arrests in Oakland for Super Bowl Violence

January 29, 2003
Following the Oakland Raiders' Super Bowl defeat, crowds of people vandalized cars and businesses, despite extra men in blue.

Study Screens WTC Workers' Health

January 29, 2003
A federal screening program that tested workers at ground zero for health problems 10 to 11 months after the terrorist attacks found people still showed lung, throat, or mental ailments, according to a study's preliminary findings.
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