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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.

BellSouth Donates Ballistic Vests

December 19, 2003
BellSouth volunteers recently delivered a total of 24 bullet-resistant vests to South Carolina law enforcement agencies.

County Won’t Hire Deputies Who Smoke

December 19, 2003
In an effort to curb rising insurance costs, Riverside County in Southern California will no longer hire sheriff’s deputies who smoke cigarettes. The policy, if proved successful, could be extended to other county workers.

Cities Vie for Officers Cleveland PD To Lay Off

December 12, 2003
Police departments across the country are interviewing officers set to be laid off from the Cleveland Police Department due to budget cuts.

Virginia Charges Two Under Anti-Spam Law

December 11, 2003
Two men from North Carolina are the first to be charged under Virginia’s new law designed to convict people who bombard Internet users with unwanted e-mails, according to authorities.

Police in San Francisco Join Forces to Catch Drunk Drivers

December 5, 2003
No less than 14 law enforcement agencies in the San Francisco Bay area are working together this holiday season to get intoxicated drivers off the roads. The three-week crackdown beginning Dec. 12 has been dubbed, “Avoid the 14.”

Detective Discovers Declared-Dead Toddler Alive

November 14, 2003
A Fullerton, Calif., police detective photographing the body of a 20-month-old drowning victim noticed the little girl’s chest rising and falling. After his partner called in medical personnel it was confirmed that the toddler, pronounced dead an hour before, had a pulse and was breathing on her own.

Man Charged with Impersonating Officer After Calling for Backup

November 14, 2003
An Ohio man showed his badge and pulled over a driver who he says cut him off and then gestured obscenely at him, documents show. But authorities say the man who claimed to be a U.S. marshal and radioed local police for backup is not and never has been in law enforcement.
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