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DOJ Accepting Medal of Valor Nominations

June 2, 2005
The Department of Justice is calling for nominations for the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor, the highest national award for valor by a public safety officer. The president awards the medal to public safety officers who have exhibited exceptional courage.

Tucson Border Strategy Comes Under Fire

June 2, 2005
Authorities are questioning the reasons why no permanent checkpoints exist in southern Arizona, the nation’s only border patrol sector without them.

APCO Debuts Classes for Radio Operators

June 2, 2005
The APCO Institute, which promotes improvement in public safety communications, is offering a new one-day course entitled "The Telecommunicator's Role in Homeland Security." This course is the first of APCO’s "Homeland Security and the Telecommunicator" series of course offerings.

"Runaway Bride" Charged for Lying About Disappearance One Week Before Wedding

May 27, 2005
Jennifer Wilbanks is charged with filing a false police report claiming she had been kidnapped and sexually assaulted. She admits she lied about the circumstances surrounding her disappearance one week before her scheduled wedding. But her attorney says she didn’t commit a crime.

Shaq Aids Police in Catching Pedophiles

May 27, 2005
Basketball star Shaquille O’Neal has another career on the side: undercover officer. He’s assisting a Department of Justice task force that tracks down sexual predators who target children on the Internet.

Police Arrest Grandmother in Drug Raid

May 27, 2005
Honolulu police officers arrested a woman for selling methamphetamine out of the house where her five grandchildren live.

Death Row Would-Be Liver Donor Executed

May 27, 2005
Convicted murderer Gregory Scott Johnson did not receive his requested reprieve to donate part of his liver to his ailing sister. He died by injection Wednesday at the Indiana State Prison for beating an 82-year-old woman to death in 1985.

Cell Phones Now Show Amber Alerts

May 19, 2005
Messages seen on freeways notifying drivers of child abductions can now also be found on wireless devices, including BlackBerrys and cell phones.

Quartermaster Uniform Co. to Open Las Vegas Store

May 19, 2005
Quartermaster Inc. plans to open a new retail location in Las Vegas, Nev., in Fall 2005 to serve the law enforcement and security uniform and equipment needs of local police and sheriff departments and other state, federal, and municipal agencies.

PERF Releases New Book on Police Use of Force

May 19, 2005
A new report intended to help police chiefs make more informed decisions about the use of force in their departments has been released by the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), in conjunction with Motorola.
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