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Memorial Quilt Planned for 9-11 Victims

June 6, 2002
Taking a cue from AIDS activists, who memorialized victims through a series of quilts in the ‘80s, a national project has formed to create quilts honoring those who died in the 9-11 terrorist attacks.

Second Chance Body Armor Saves 850th Officer

June 6, 2002
Sgt. Stephen Ellison of the Campbell County (Ky.) Police Department recently joined a select but growing club of officers who have been saved by soft body armor manufactured by Second Chance.

Mich. Police Trade Cars for Cycles

May 30, 2002
Sgt. Chris Jahnke is one of seven Royal Oak (Mich.) PD officers involved in the department's fledgling bike patrol, established last summer. With the weather warming up, he hopes to spend about 16 hours a week in the saddle, cruising his town silently and swiftly on a specially-designed Trek police mountain bike.

FBI Will Reorganize to Focus on Terrorism

May 30, 2002
The FBI will undergo a wholesale reorganization to better cope with threats against the United States, Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI Director Robert Mueller announced.

Ceremony Closes WTC Cleanup Site

May 30, 2002
A solemn ceremony marking the end of an eight-month cleanup of what had been the World Trade Center began with a bell sounding out the 5-5-5-5 fire code — four sets of five rings, in memory of 343 fallen firefighters lost at ground zero.

Fewer Take-Home Vehicles for Denver Officers

May 22, 2002
A budget-cutting agreement between Denver Mayor Wellington Webb and Police Chief Gerry Whitman will slash by about 14 percent the number of city cars police officers can take home.

Guns Not Allowed in Cockpits

May 22, 2002
Despite strong support for arming pilots, the federal government said that pilots will not be allowed to have guns in the cockpits of commercial airplanes.

Suicide Bombers Expected in U.S.

May 22, 2002
Walk-in suicide bombers like those who have attacked public places in Israel will hit the United States eventually, FBI Director Robert Mueller said. NYPD is already preparing.

Congress Funds Seat Belt Campaign Aimed at Teens

May 20, 2002
Aided by a $10 million federally funded advertising campaign, the largest nationwide seat belt enforcement push ever will place special emphasis on protecting teens and young adults this Memorial Day week.

Atlanta Cops May Occupy Site of Former Nude Dance Club

May 15, 2002
Atlanta cops want to move their station to a building formerly used as a nude dance club. Police aren't worried about the club's sordid past.
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