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NENA Report Urges New 9-1-1 System

March 16, 2006
As public safety professionals from throughout the U.S. converged on the nation’s capital for the fourth annual 9-1-1 Goes to Washington, the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) announced the release of Next Generation 9-1-1: Responding to an Urgent Need for Change.

Police: Car Prowler Brings Son to Work

March 16, 2006
There are many bring-a-child-to-work days, but none like what police in this Seattle suburb say they encountered early Monday — a 10-year-old boy watching his father and two other men burglarize motor vehicles.

Contact with Meth Labs May Affect Cops’ Health

March 16, 2006
Law enforcement agencies across the country are seeing a frightening trend in the war on drugs, but this time it has to do with their own safety. Police officers who've come into contact with meth labs are getting sick and some are even dying.

5.11 Challenge Winners to Go On African Safari

March 9, 2006
Winners of this year’s 5.11 Challenge law enforcement shooting competition will need to update their passports. Challenge sponsor Express Police Supply of Lenexa, Kan., is sending the winners on an all-expense paid hunting trip in South Africa.

Cisco Systems Receives Award for First Responder IT

March 9, 2006
Cisco Systems is the recipient of the 2005 Award for Technology Leadership for its Metropolitan Mobile Network solution, which provides broadband wireless access to first responder agencies.

Firearms Instructor Broke Basic Gun Rules in Police Recruit's Death

March 9, 2006
Recruits in a Cobb County police firearms class were worried about an instructor's teaching methods moments before he shot and killed a member of the class, an investigative report released Friday shows.

Small Company Starts its Own Police Department

March 9, 2006
Sheriff's officials investigating the crash of a Ferrari in Malibu last month are asking how a small private transit company could create its own police department and allegedly hand out law enforcement identification to civilians, including the car's owner.

Patriot Act Renewal Curbs LE Use of Anti-Terror Tools

March 9, 2006
Law enforcement officials get to keep their anti-terror tools, but with some new curbs, under the USA Patriot Act renewal passed by the House in a cliffhanger vote.

Singer Mark Wills to Perform Benefit Concert for Families of Fallen Officers

March 2, 2006
The TASER Foundation for Fallen Officers and the Untouchables Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club announced that country music star Mark Wills will perform a benefit concert on Saturday, March 25, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. at TASER International headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz. The concert is part of Takin' the Ride Motorcycle Rally Event March 24-26.

Upstate NY Officers Pay Tribute to Fallen Lieutenant

March 2, 2006
On February 10, 2006, DeNooyer Chevrolet, in conjunction with Country 107.7 WGNA and area law enforcement officers, sponsored the 2nd annual Blue Friday in remembrance of the anniversary of the death of Albany Police Lt. John Finn and all other law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
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