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Across-the-Road Radar Standard Established

July 29, 2004
A new performance standard for automated systems that register motorists’ speeds to catch speeders should help law enforcement agencies choose which one to purchase and help them make sure the devices perform the required task.

“Concealed Carry for Cops” Signed Into Law

July 22, 2004
President George W. Bush has signed bill H.R. 218, the “Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act,” which will allow qualified current and retired police officers to legally carry a concealed weapon in any of the 50 states while on or off duty.

Scientists Sue Government for Restricting Marijuana Growing

July 22, 2004
Several scientists say the government is breaking federal law by keeping them from conducting medical research on marijuana.

Bags of Cash Found in Man's Stomach at Airport

July 22, 2004
A person swallowed $47,500 in cash in an effort to smuggle it out of Colombia, say officials. They suspect the funds were to be used for purchasing drugs.

TV Shows Profile Cops and Animals

July 22, 2004
New shows premiering on Animal Planet this summer showcase police officers who work side by side with animals as partners as well as officers who rescue animals from abuse and neglect.

Cast Vote for President in Online Survey

July 16, 2004
Vote for the presidential candidate you support at policemag.com. Go to the poll at the top of the homepage. Click here to comment on this topic at Police forums.

Mortgage Program Helps LEOs Buy Homes

July 15, 2004
A new program called Neighborhood Champions is designed to allow police officers to more easily purchase houses in the communities where they work.

Law Enforcement Fatalities Up Since Last Year

July 15, 2004
The number of police officers killed during the first half of 2004 increased by more than seven percent compared to the same period last year.

Man Sets Girlfriend and Three Children on Fire, All Die

July 15, 2004
A man lit his girlfriend and three small children on fire after holding them at gunpoint and covering them with gasoline as he drove, authorities said. The car crashed into flames in a small town near Tacoma, Wash. All five died.

Right to Carry Bill Passes Senate, Ready for Bush’s Signature

July 8, 2004
The Senate has passed H.R. 218, the “Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act,” that will allow qualified current and retired police officers to legally carry a concealed weapon in any of the 50 states. Click here to comment on this topic at Police forums.
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