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Police Deaths Lowest in Three Decades

September 27, 2002
The number of police officers killed nationwide during the first half of 2002 dropped to its lowest level in more than 30 years. Sixty-eight federal, state and local law enforcement officers were killed in the line of duty during the first six months this year.

NYC Police Museum Honored for 9/11 Exhibit

September 16, 2002
The New York City Police Museum, the official museum of the New York City Police Department, has been selected as September's Fleet Cultural Institution of the Month.

Hard Drive Evidence Tested in New Project

September 16, 2002
Defense attorneys often challenge law enforcement's use of image tools to copy suspects' computer hard drive files for evidence.

Zodiac BulletProof Tour Offers Free Training

September 16, 2002
Inflatable boat manufacturer Zodiac, on Sept. 29, will kick off a tour down the Mississippi River to bring anti-terrorism training to agencies from Minnesota to Louisiana.

NLEOMF Holds Golf Tournament Fundraiser

August 23, 2002
The 13th Annual Untouchables Golf Tournament will be held on September 9, 2002 to raise funds for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.

OLES to Test Effects of Frangible Ammunition

August 8, 2002
The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) has requested an investigation into independent reports that frangible bullets penetrate ballistic-resistant body armor.

TOP COPS Awards Move to New York City

August 8, 2002
The National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) will hold its Ninth Annual TOP COPS Awards in New York City on September 11, 2002.

Kroger and Milk-Bone Donate Police Dogs to Five Departments

August 8, 2002
Kroger and Milk-Bone have teamed to sponsor the donation of dogs to five local law enforcement canine units.

Ottawa Tactical Team Outfitted with Tasers

July 17, 2002
Ottawa's provincial government announced that police tactical units will be allowed to use Tasers, according to The Ottawa Citizen.

Springfield Police Chief Asks for Evaluation of Department

July 17, 2002
Springfield Police Chief John Harris has asked the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) to evaluate his department's practices in a request that surprised most of the staff, according to the State Journal-Register.
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