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Newark Graduates Nation’s Biggest GREAT Anti-Gang Class

June 23, 2005
Newark Mayor Sharpe James and Police Director Anthony Ambrose recently officiated over the graduation of 1,000 Newark, N.J., schoolchildren from the city’s Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) program, the largest class in the national program’s 14-year history.

Alzheimer’s Foundation Searches for Outstanding Officer

June 23, 2005
The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) and Project Lifesaver International will for the first time recognize an officer who has gone “above and beyond” to come to the aid of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other disorders who have been missing or face the risk of wandering in the future.

DOJ Funds Identity Theft Investigation Research

June 23, 2005
The U.S. Department of Justice will award $118,167 to the Solicitation From Crime and Justice Research Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), which investigates identity-theft offenders.

National Law Enforcement Museum Requests Historical Item Donations

June 20, 2005
If you have historical law enforcement items you’re willing to donate, you could see them in the National Law Enforcement Museum. The museum is asking the public to submit authentic law enforcement memorabilia to add to its permanent collection.

Police Suspect Man Molested Thousands of Children

June 20, 2005
Convicted child molester Dean Arthur Schwartzmiller has again been arrested on child molestation charges in San Jose, Calif. Police now believe he may have abused thousands more children over three decades.

Austin 9-1-1 Dispatcher Receives Top Award

June 20, 2005
The National Academies of Emergency Dispatch (NAED), honored Julie Regier, dispatcher for Austin-Travis County (Texas) EMS, with its first annual Dispatcher of the Year Award at NAED’s annual Navigator conference in Baltimore, Maryland.

COPS Seeks to Reduce School Bomb Threats

June 20, 2005
As the school year comes to a close, a new guide could help reduce end-of-school-year bomb threats and help prepare for the next school year.

K-9s Train in Robot Test Arena

June 16, 2005
Bomb and drug sniffing dogs train regularly at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) arena designed to test urban search and rescue and explosive ordnance disposal robots.

Rate of Family Violence Dropped

June 16, 2005
Incidence of family violence among victims 12 and older fell by more than fifty percent between 1993 and 2002, according to the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS).

NENA Program to Test 9-1-1 Accessibility to Deaf

June 16, 2005
The National Emergency Number Association has launched a system designed to ensure that the equipment that allows the deaf or hearing impaired to contact 9-1-1 centers is working properly.
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