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Texas Red Light Photo Enforcement Bill Passes

March 19, 2003
The Texas House Committee on Transportation has passed HB 901, the red light photo enforcement bill. The bill will allow cities to implement a red light camera system connected to traffic signals.

New Details in Elizabeth Smart Case Released

March 19, 2003
Prosecutors have released new information on Elizabeth Smart's treatment by her captors during the nine months following her disappearance.

Facial Recognition Technology Improved Since 2000

March 19, 2003
Facial recognition technology has greatly advanced since 2000, according to a study overseen by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, although it still has some kinks to work out.

Missing Girl Elizabeth Smart Safe at Home

March 13, 2003
Elizabeth Smart returned to her family after having disappeared nine months ago from her Salt Lake City bedroom.

Half of Violent Crimes Reported to Police in 2000

March 13, 2003
About one-half of all violent crimes committed against U.S. residents 12 years old and older during 2000 were reported to law enforcement authorities, according to the Justice Department's Bureau of Justice Statistics.

Pittsburgh Police Buy New Motorcycle Helmets

March 12, 2003
The police department spent about $10,000 on new helmets for its 22 motorcycle officers after falsely believing its old ones had failed government safety tests.

NYC Detectives Shot and Killed

March 12, 2003
Two NYPD police detectives were shot in the head during an undercover mission to buy illegal guns. Three people are in custody in connection with the deaths.

Charges Dropped Against SF Chief

March 12, 2003
The district attorney dropped all charges against San Francisco Police Chief Earl Sanders and his top assistant, saying he couldn't prove they participated in the cover-up of a street brawl involving off-duty police officers.

Nominations Requested for Observant Officers Award

March 5, 2003
"Looking Beyond the License Plate" is a national award program that recognizes law enforcement officers whose observations of license plates lead to an arrest or the solving of a crime. The deadline for this year's entries is June 3, 2003.

Police Field Complaint About Well Endowed Snow Woman

March 5, 2003
Crystal Lynn, of Kent, Ohio, decided to build a snow woman in her front yard, complete with two blobs of snow for the breasts. But a neighbor phoned in a complaint for what he called an indecent snow figure.
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