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Police Balk at City Demand for Parking Fee

December 18, 2002
Toronto police have had it with the city's demand for parking fees in an underground structure at city hall. The city recently ended a 25-year policy that allowed police vehicles on official business to park in the garage for free, and the police department is refusing to pay.

Rankings of Unsafe Cities Called Into Question

December 11, 2002
Several criminologists dispute a new report by a private publishing company that ranks unsafe cities, saying the ranking is based on flimsy and flawed methods.

Senator Criticizes CIA's Sept. 11 Intelligence

December 11, 2002
A Senate intelligence committee leader has criticized a congressional inquiry into Sept. 11-related intelligence failures as too soft on U.S. agencies, especially the CIA.

Grocery Stores Install Biometric Technology

December 11, 2002
Many small supermarkets are investing in personal identification systems to crack down on check-cashing fraud.

Course Gives Teens a Taste of Law Enforcement Careers

December 11, 2002
A 10-week program in Los Angeles' Valley introduces high school students to fire and police careers with hands-on learning.

Free CD-ROM Offers 14 Training Programs

December 11, 2002
SAVANT has launched a new free CD-ROM containing 14 computer-based training programs on separation sciences, all of which can be installed directly from the CD.

Airports Seize 15,982 Knives Over Holiday Weekend

December 4, 2002
Almost 16,000 pocket knives, 98 boxcutters, six guns, and a brick were seized at airports during the recent Thanksgiving weekend.

Man Tries to Steal Plate Off Police Car

December 4, 2002
DC resident Fernando Arraya was arrested not just for trying to steal license plates, but for attempting to steal the license plates off a police car with the officer sitting inside it.

David Veness to Speak at International Security Exhibition

December 4, 2002
David Veness CBE, Assistant Commissioner of Specialist Operations for the Metropolitan Police in London, will present the Inaugural Address at the INTERSEC Security Exhibition (ISE) on February 18, 2003.

Indiana Community Gets First Police Chief in 30 Years

December 4, 2002
Woodburn, a small northeast Indiana city, recently celebrated the inauguration of its first police chief since the early ‘70s.
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