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Obama Jobs Bill Would Allocate D Block to Public Safety

September 14, 2011
President Obama's $474 billion jobs bill would set aside the 700Mhz D Block spectrum for a dedicated broadband public safety network and provide funding to build and operate it.

Hawaii Officer Fatally Struck at Vehicle Stop

September 14, 2011
Officers Eric Fontes and Herman Scanlan were attending to a black SUV that was stopped along Farrington Highway near Ko Olina at about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. A pickup truck struck one of the police vehicles at the scene.
<p>Photo: C4i.</p>

C4i Introduces Portable Version of SwitchPlusIP

September 14, 2011
SwitchPlusIP Command-Center LT is portable, yet functions similarly to a dispatch center. Features include wireless push-to-talk (PTT) functionality, configurable operator roles, and individual operating preferences such as volume control.
<p>Photo: Remington Arms Co.</p>

Remington Provides 870 Shotguns To West Virginia State Police

September 14, 2011
Remington Law Enforcement Sales will supply the West Virginia State Police with Remington Model 870 Police shotguns that have been customized to the agency's specifications. Other West Virginia law enforcement agencies can purchase the guns through the contract.
<p>Photo: Beretta.</p>

Beretta Introduces 9mm Nano Pocket Pistol

September 14, 2011
The BU-9 Nano arrives in late October with a serial number attached to an inner steel chassis rather than the polymer frame. As a result, owners of the Nano will be able to purchase aftermarket frames in the future without needing an FFL transfer.
<p>Screenshot: Palm Beach Post.</p>

Three Fla. Cops Pried from Cruiser Wreck

September 14, 2011
Two of the three Boynton Beach (Fla.) Police officers admitted to Delray Medical Center, after their cruiser became impaled on a concrete pole are in stable condition. The third was treated and released.

Calif. Agency Equips Fleet with Wi-Fi Capability

September 13, 2011
All police vehicles are now equipped with a Firetide HotPort 7000 indoor mesh node that transmits data directly to the police station. Data about each vehicle is also captured and transmitted along with the video, providing the department with greater insight into every vehicle.

S.C. Cop who Fatally Shot Former Mayor Laid Off

September 13, 2011
A Cottageville (S.C.) Police officer under investigation for fatally shooting the town's former mayor has been laid off. Officer Randall Price has been let go due to "budget constraints," according to the city.
<p>Photo: NYPD.</p>

NYPD Cadet Collapses After Training Run

September 13, 2011
A New York City Police recruit collapsed after completing a training run with his academy class. Officer Sherman Adams, 28, died on Monday. Officer Adams had served as a corrections officer for four years.

Calif. Violent Crime Falls To Lowest In 40 Years

September 13, 2011
The California Department of Justice's "Crime in California" shows that violent crime has fallen for the fourth year in a row. Overall, the violent crime rate decreased 6.9 percent, reaching its lowest level since 1968, and homicide and forcible rape rates are the lowest since 1966.
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