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Use-of-Force Confusion Killing Japanese Cops

January 24, 2002
Looking for a way to lower the number of officers killed in the line of duty, Japan’s National Police Agency (NPA) has released new use-of-force guidelines.

Chambers named First Female Police Chief for National Park Service

January 24, 2002
Chief Teresa Chambers, who has served as police chief for the Durham (N.C.) PD for almost four years, is leaving to become Chief of the U.S. Park Police for the National Park Service. Chambers becomes the first female head of the park police in its 210-year history.
Tags: Chiefs

$25M in Grants Available for Bulletproof Vests

January 24, 2002
The Justice Department's Office of Justice Programs (OJP) is making $25 million available to help law enforcement agencies across the nation obtain bulletproof vests. The OJP's Bureau of Justic Assistance (BJA) has opened the application process for the FY 2002 Bulletproof Vest Partnership Program.

Has 9/11 Really Changed Policing?

January 16, 2002
Although it seemed to many that the emphasis on homeland security since 9-11 changed everything, especially law enforcement, many police departments across the country say they have changed their priorities and assignments little if at all since Sept. 11.

Urban and Airport Sniper Tactics School

January 16, 2002
The Operational Tactics Urban & Airport Sniper Operations School hosted by the Lee Co., Florida Sheriff's Office, will be held March 18-22, 2002.
Tags: Training

Supreme Court Rules On Motorist Searches

January 16, 2002
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously that in evaluating whether a police officer had "reasonable suspicion" to detain a suspect briefly for questioning, courts should pay more attention to the officer's experience and the event's overall context than to individual parts of an incident.

Applications Flood FBI

January 16, 2002
Since Sept. 11, the FBI has been deluged with applications and inquiries about jobs, an unusual situation.
Tags: FBI

Government Breeds Needed Bomb-Sniffing Dogs

January 16, 2002
Federal agencies are having trouble finding enough trainable canines to meet the growing demand for bomb- and drug-sniffing dogs, so they're breeding their own.
Tags: K-9 Units

New NYC Police Commissioner Plans for Cop Terror Training

January 11, 2002
New York City's new police commissioner, Ray Kelly, plans to see that every city police officer undergo special tactical training in an effort to be better prepared for future terrorist attacks.

Wireless E9-1-1 Location Technology Deployed

January 11, 2002
New E9-1-1 Technology gives police specific location information on 911 calls made on wireless phones.
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