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Cincinnati Hate-Crime Law Now Includes Homosexuals

February 6, 2003
Under Cincinnati law, a hate-crime charge filed against someone could double the penalty if police believe the crime was based on sexual orientation.

Arrests in Oakland for Super Bowl Violence

January 29, 2003
Following the Oakland Raiders' Super Bowl defeat, crowds of people vandalized cars and businesses, despite extra men in blue.

Study Screens WTC Workers' Health

January 29, 2003
A federal screening program that tested workers at ground zero for health problems 10 to 11 months after the terrorist attacks found people still showed lung, throat, or mental ailments, according to a study's preliminary findings.

Shooting Prompts Agency to Teach Animal Handling

January 29, 2003
A Tennessee police department is reacting to an officer's shooting of a family dog by training all officers in handling aggressive animals.

Louisiana Parish Buy LDV Command Vehicle

January 29, 2003
The Jefferson Parish (La.) Sheriff’s Department has purchased a command and communication vehicle from LDV Inc. The unit was used recently during a critical incident in which a Gretna man held his two young sons hostage.

Raleigh Police Launch Program to Deter Street Prostitution

January 29, 2003
The Raleigh (N.C.) Police Department is now using photos on public access television and the Internet to shame johns and prevent men from soliciting prostitutes.

Near-Century-Old Plans Considered for WTC Site

January 23, 2003
Revolutionary architect Antoni Gaudi drew plans in 1908 for a rocket-shaped skyscraper intended for the then-future site of the World Trade Center. Now, some are campaigning to include the design in the new plans for rebuilding the site.

Bill Would Raise Fees, Save Cops' Jobs

January 23, 2003
In an effort to slow police officer layoffs in the California Bay Area, State Assembly Speaker Herb Wesson has pledged to pass a bill increasing vehicle licensing fees.

Stereotypes Can Affect Memory

January 23, 2003
Memory of crime stories associated with suspects' pictures reflects racial stereotypes, according to recent research by a Penn State media studies expert.

Guide Helps Police Respond to Rave Parties

January 23, 2003
"Rave Parties" is a new publication that offers police departments tips on how to deal with the problems of raves.
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