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Ashcroft Announces Immigration Crackdown

October 31, 2001
WASHINGTON -- The government has tightened its immigration policies, promising to use more extensive background checks and better intelligence-sharing to keep out suspected terrorists and their supporters.

Peed Named Executive Director of COPS

October 20, 2001
Attorney General John Ashcroft has appointed Carl Peed to be the Executive Director of the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS).

PA Governor Ridge to Head Anti-Terrorism Office

October 17, 2001
President George W. Bush named Gov. Tom Ridge to a new Cabinet-level anti-terrorism office. Gov. Ridge resigned as governor of Pennsylvania on Oct. 5 to become Director of the new Office of Homeland Security.

NCJRS Offers Resources for Recovery

October 12, 2001
In response to the tragic events that occurred on September 11, 2001, the National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS) has developed a resource for victims, family members, concerned citizens, service providers, allied professionals and researchers.

Cops Call on House to Pass H.R. 218

October 3, 2001
WASHINGTON -- Congress may include H.R. 218 in terrorism fighting legislation today. The passage of the bill would allow qualified off-duty and retired law enforcement to carry their firearms nationwide to thwart and deter criminal activity.

DHB Industries Receives $18.8 Million Credit Facility

October 1, 2001
CARLE PLACE, N.Y. -- DHB Industries, Inc., parent company of Point Blank Body Armor and PACA, announced an agreement with LaSalle Business Credit, Inc., in which LaSalle Business Credit will extend an $18.8 million credit facility to DHB Industries (DHB).

Plane Attacks Destroy World Trade Center, Hit Pentagon

September 11, 2001
Three hijacked planes crashed into U.S. landmarks on Tuesday, destroying both of New York's mighty twin towers and plunging the Pentagon in Washington into flames in an unprecedented assault on key symbols of U.S. military and financial power.

SEARCH and BJA Postpone 2001 Symposium and Workshop

September 1, 2001
SEARCH and BJA intend to reschedule this event within the next 6 months, and will continue to update the Symposium Website with information on the new date, times and location of this event.
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