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Texas Police Chief Dies of Surgery Complications

November 29, 2007
The chief of the Mansfield (Texas) Police Department died Wednesday of complications from surgery. Chief Steven Noonkester, 60, was operated on two weeks ago for an aortic aneurism, city officials said.

Farmers Insurance Studies 2006 Fatal Crash Data, Encourages Safety Belt Use

November 29, 2007
Using the 2006 fatal crash data released by the United States Department of Transportation just weeks ago, Farmers Insurance has completed a study to determine the most influential factors in drivers' mortality rate in multi-vehicle accidents.

LexisNexis Launches Solution to Tackle National Sex Predator Problem

November 28, 2007
LexisNexis Risk & Information Analytics Group launched its Advanced Investigative Solution (AIS) to help law enforcement agencies locate and monitor non-compliant sexual predators. The solution enables investigators to more quickly respond to child abductions and supports law enforcement agencies with their efforts to enforce the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act, which mandates strict registration requirements for sex offenders.

C.O.P.S. to hold "The Traumas of Law Enforcement" Training Sessions

November 27, 2007
Concerns of Police Survivors will hold seven regional training sessions about trauma from the job in 2008. The focus of these training sessions is handling line-of-duty death, information on benefits for line-of-duty deaths, the traumatization of law enforcement officers, police suicide, and the issues of the injured officer.

Fingerprint Catches Robber on the Run for 11 Years

November 27, 2007
Cuong Phan, also known as Dien Le, was booked into the Johnson County Jail in Kansas for a second time in as many days after deputies discovered through a fingerprint that Le was Phan and Phan was wanted by Jackson County, Mo., officers for a robbery conviction some 11 years ago.

New Government Web Page Serves the Anti-Terrorism Community

November 26, 2007
The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) has launched a special Web page featuring key publications from the U.S. Government's national interagency research and development program for combating terrorism.

Suburban Atlanta Town to Employ Spillman Public Safety Software Solutions

November 26, 2007
The Hapeville, Ga., police and fire departments are preparing to install a new public safety software system from Spillman Technologies, a leading public safety software provider headquartered in Salt Lake City.

L.A. Officer Run Over By Suspected Drug Dealer

November 21, 2007
In an attempt to escape arrest, a suspected drug dealer ran over and seriously injured an undercover LAPD officer earlier this week.

Houston Officer May Have Died Cleaning Gun

November 21, 2007
Authorities believe that a Houston police officer found dead in his home earlier this week may have been the victim of an accidental discharge. The officer was discovered by his family.

Supreme Court to Consider D.C. Gun Ban Case

November 21, 2007
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments on whether the District of Columbia's ban on handgun ownership violates the Constitution.
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