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U.S. MPs Train Iraqi SWAT Team

October 17, 2003
Baghdad’s 42-member Emergency Service Unit will become Iraq’s first professional SWAT team, with the help of tactical training from United States Military Police.

LEOPARD Challenge Finals Held

October 17, 2003
The national championship finals for the athletic obstacle course called the LEOPARD Challenge will take place Saturday, October 18, in Pikesville, Maryland.

Supreme Court Evaluates Online Porn Law

October 17, 2003
The question of how to reconcile the problem of online child pornography with the danger of excessive censorship has again reached the Supreme Court.

CHP Plans for Gov. Schwarzenegger’s Protection

October 10, 2003
California Governor-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger met with California Highway Patrol officials on Thursday to discuss security options once he takes office, including whether he will move to the state capital, Sacramento, or commute from Los Angeles.

Bush Signs Homeland Security Appropriations Bill

October 10, 2003
President Bush recently signed into law the first appropriations bill under the newly created Department of Homeland Security.

New Sheriff’s Badges Designed to Defy Copying

October 10, 2003
Sheriff’s officials in Cobb County, Georgia, are banking on the ability of new identification badges to help deter and spot impersonators.

Suspects Running Down Cops in Edmonton

October 10, 2003
Police officers in Edmonton, Canada, are rethinking their procedures after suspects aimed at them with cars six times in the last month.

Segway Scooters Recalled

October 3, 2003
Inventor Dean Kamen’s Segway Human Transporter scooter is being recalled because of injuries incurred when low batteries may have caused riders to fall off. While the scooters travel only up to 12 miles per hour and use a gyroscope to steady riders, it seems that when the battery is too low there isn't enough power to keep the product upright, causing the rider to fall off.

COPS Offers $400,000 to Encourage Police Volunteers

October 3, 2003
In an effort to get community members involved in helping local police, $400,000 has been awarded to police departments to fund volunteer programs in eight states. The grant funds will cover expenses such as recruitment advertising, equipment, the cost of a program coordinator, or funds to implement and evaluate VIPS programs.

Seattle PD Hires Marketing Firm

October 3, 2003
The Seattle Police Department has hired local company Pyramid Communications to analyze media coverage of the agency and find ways to better communicate with the public.
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