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States Push For "Smarter" Driver's Licenses

February 21, 2002
Lawmakers and government agencies are pushing for "smart" driver's licenses to reduce identity fraud in the wake of Sept. 11. But many fear this will lead to virtual national identity cards that could infringe upon the private rights of citizens.

Hearing Impaired Ex-Cadet Wins Case For Reinstatement

February 14, 2002
A federal jury awarded a former police cadet $847,785 in damages, deciding that the hearing-impaired man can safely serve as a police officer in Boston, more than four years after the police academy pulled him out of the academy graduation for perceived hearing lapses.

Police Face Charges of Negligence in Death

February 14, 2002
Instead of stopping a drag race between Aaron Reynolds, 34, and Mustapha Mohammed Atat, 30, four police officers sat in their cars, blasting music and urging the race to continue, according to prosecutors.

New Crime Statistics Website

February 14, 2002
A new Website from the Justice Department provides comprehensive criminal datasets for state and local law enforcement, including homicide statistics and trends across the 50 states.

Bodies of NYC Officers Found in WTC Rubble

February 11, 2002
The bodies of six Port Authority police officers were found early Saturday morning in the World Trade Center ruins near the remains of a woman they apparently were trying to rescue.

COPS Releases Crime Fighting Guides

February 7, 2002
The U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Policing (COPS) recently released eight publications in a series of crime-specific guides for police.

Gunlock Give-Away Program

February 7, 2002
The Michigan Department of State Police recently purchased $1 million in Master Lock gunlocks to be used in a statewide firearm lock give-away program.

Denver Airport Police Caught Loafing on the Job

February 7, 2002
Denver's former police chief and nine of the officers he supervised at Denver International Airport were reassigned after an undercover television investigation showed the officers loafing on the job.
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Badges for Sale on the Web

February 7, 2002
Undercover investigators purchased more than 900 black-market law enforcement badges, both real and counterfeit, over the Internet recently.

Fitted Shoe Insoles Reduce Foot Pain for Beat Cops

January 31, 2002
Last year when doctors writing for the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association wanted to conduct a study of the effectiveness of fitted shoe insoles they turned to people who really know foot pain: beat cops.
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