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Commission Proposes New Mass. Death Penalty System

May 13, 2004
Paving the way to reinstate capital punishment in Massachusetts, a panel appointed by Gov. Mitt Romney has proposed a plan designed to better determine if a defendant is guilty of a crime and eligible for the death penalty.

Standards to Help Guide Buying of Protective Equipment

May 13, 2004
Newly adopted Department of Homeland Security (DHS) standards for first-responder equipment and radiation detectors provide state and local governments with guidelines to ensure that they purchase the best available gear for public safety and counter-terrorism personnel.

Flat-Screen TVs Now Allowed in Some Oregon Prisoners’ Cells

May 7, 2004
Inmates in Oregon’s state prisons now have the option of buying flat-screen televisions for viewing in their cells.

Officer Catches Man Apparently Stealing From Fellow Patient

May 7, 2004
A public safety officer being treated at an emergency room in Detroit says he caught a fellow patient stealing a watch from an unconscious man.

Drivers Trick Machine to Get Free Gasoline

May 7, 2004
Some Michigan motorists found that gas pumps outside of Meijer grocery stores accepted swipes from drivers’ licenses as payment, allowing many to drive away with free full tanks.

Sikh Officer Wearing Turban OK, Judge Rules

April 30, 2004
A judge has ruled that a man who says he was forced to resign from the NYPD because of religious discrimination should be rehired and allowed to wear a turban and untrimmed beard, as is his religious custom.

DEA Agent Shoots Own Leg While Teaching Gun Safety

April 30, 2004
An agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration fired his gun at himself in front of 50 adults and children while conducting a class on gun safety in Orlando, Fla.

KidSave.com Launches New Emergency Notification Network

April 30, 2004
Law enforcement personnel can now register online to receive information on missing children via email with the KidSave.com Emergency Notification Network.

Man Lists Robbery on To-Do List

April 23, 2004
John Sarver, 47, pleaded guilty to six counts of bank robbery after police searching his home found a list reminding him to rob a bank.

Teen Robbers Greater Threat Than Adults

April 23, 2004
Robbers between the ages of 13 and 18 can be more dangerous than adults because they tend to have fewer reservations about committing violent types of robberies and are often undeterred by cameras or unarmed guards, according to a recent research study.
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