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New Powered Scooter: Useful to Police?

December 3, 2001
NEW YORK -- After months of speculation about his mysterious innovation, an inventor unveiled his new device - a gyroscope-stabilized, battery-powered scooter that he hopes will revolutionize short-distance travel.

Officer Shaq?

November 30, 2001
LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles Lakers center Shaquille O'Neal has lofty law enforcement aspirations and is attending classes offered by the county Sheriff's Department for harbor patrol duty.

Criminal Justice Profession Gains Popularity

November 28, 2001
NEW YORK — Where are your kids going to college? If it’s a school with a criminal justice studies program, they may be part of a larger than normal incoming class if the nationwide trend follows the example at one of the country’s top criminal justice colleges.

Distribution of WTC Attack Aid Delayed

November 21, 2001
NEW YORK - Less than 15% of the more than $1 billion sent to relief organizations after the World Trade Center attacks has been given to victims. According to officials coordinating the efforts of more than 200 charities, it could be months before the the majority of the money is distributed.

Anti-terrorism Policies Affect Crime Rates

November 20, 2001
LOS ANGELES - Across the country, policy changes resulting from the September 11 events seem to be affecting crime rates in surprising ways.

Training Association Conference Teaches Universal Training Techniques

November 20, 2001
GENEVA, Ill. - Controlled F.O.R.C.E., providers of defense tactics training, will hold the Second Annual United States National Standards of Training Association Conference Nov. 26 through Dec. 1, 2001 in Las Vegas.

Biggest Law Enforcement Mobilization Ever This Thanksgiving

November 20, 2001
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In the largest nationwide mobilization ever, more than 10,600 law enforcement agencies in all 50 states will be stepping up enforcement of child passenger safety, seatbelt and drunk driving laws over the Thanksgiving holiday.

Bush Signs Airport Security Bill

November 19, 2001
WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Bush signed legislation to make the nation’s airport baggage screeners federal employees to enhance airport security.

Student Shoots Himself At School

November 14, 2001
DETROIT — A 17-year-old student smuggled guns into his school outside a small town north of Detroit, took two hostages and then killed himself, law enforcement officials said.

Massachusetts Clears Five 'Salem Witches'

November 14, 2001
BOSTON — More than three hundred years after being accused, tried and hanged as witches on Gallows Hill in Salem, Mass., five women have been officially exonerated by the state.
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