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NYPD Plans to Post Police Overseas

July 17, 2002
The New York Police Department is considering putting cops in Canada, Europe and the Middle East in a global initiative to guard New York City from terrorism.

Authorities Fear Terrorists May Use Emergency Vehicles as Bombs

July 11, 2002
Officers nationwide have been alerted to watch for emergency vehicles--ambulances, fire trucks, and even cop cars--that could be repurposed as terrorist weapons.

Antiquated Databases Hinder Terrorism Tracking

July 11, 2002
Government agency computer systems are having a hard time keeping up with the influx of terrorist-related information since Sept. 11.

Facial Recognition Finds Faces in Va. Crowds

July 11, 2002
Police are using software to scan the sands of Virginia Beach for criminals and missing persons to keep residents and tourists safe.

First NYPD Recruits Since 9/11

July 9, 2002
The mayor and police commissioner of New York City have sworn in the first class of NYPD recruits since Sept. 11, charging them with the difficult task of fighting everything from low-level crime to international terrorism.
Tags: 9/11, NYPD

Writers See Police Action Firsthand

June 24, 2002
Two writers on CBS' upcoming crime drama "Robbery Homicide Division" suddenly found themselves in the midst of a real shoot-out involving the Los Angeles robbery and homicide division.

Detroit Chief Tests Cops on Ethics Books

June 19, 2002
Detroit Police Chief Jerry Oliver says a 100-question multiple choice test will help him decide which command officers should keep their jobs.

House Panel OKs Legislation to Arm Pilots

June 19, 2002
A House panel pushed forward with legislation to arm pilots, despite strong opposition from the Bush administration.

K-9 Cop Dies Locked Up in Cruiser

June 19, 2002
A Philadelphia police dog died after being accidentally left inside a patrol car for more than four hours with the windows up on a hot day.

Robbery Suspect Hires Getaway Car And Driver

June 17, 2002
John A. Muller didn't have a second person to drive a getaway car while he committed robberies in Suffolk, New York. Instead of letting that stop him, he used a car service.
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