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2003 Equipment Theft Report Now Available

January 27, 2004
The National Equipment Register (NER) has released its first annual study analyzing the problem of heavy equipment theft in the United States.

Joint K-9, SWAT Competition Announced

January 26, 2004
The inaugural “SKIDDS Challenge” will be held in Oxnard, Calif., July 21, 2004. This one-day competition will test SWAT and K-9 teams in areas of stealth searches, shooting skills, team movement, arrest procedures, agility, tactical obedience, and physical endurance.

Cintas Grant Program to Provide Police with AEDs

January 16, 2004
Cintas has established the ReviveR Provider Police Grant Program to give automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to police agencies.

IES and Taser International Premiere Laser-Based Taser Training

January 16, 2004
IES Interactive Training, provider of use-of-force training products for law enforcement, now offers a laser-based Taser training weapon and accompanying training course.

Look Out for Suspicious People with Almanacs

January 16, 2004
The FBI is warning police to watch for people carrying almanacs because the books could be used for planning terrorist acts.

Shootings and Cars Caused Most 2003 Officer Deaths

January 9, 2004
The number of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty reached 148 in 2003, according to a recent report released by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) and Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS).

Man Registers Vehicle During Traffic Stop

January 9, 2004
A motorist in New Brunswick, N.J., who was cited by an officer for having an unregistered vehicle, got his car registered online before the ticket was written.

Police Officers Worked Hard Over Holidays

January 9, 2004
Law enforcement officers across the nation logged in extra hours to get drunk drivers off the roads and generally maintain order and safety this holiday season.

Ashcroft Faces Senate Hearing

January 5, 2004
WASHINGTON - The Senate Judiciary Committee will question Attorney General John Ashcroft's actions in prosecuting the war on terrorism and protecting the public.

Man Back in Jail After Four Days

December 19, 2003
A Florida man gave police all the evidence they needed to quickly put him back behind bars.
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