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New Educational Program Addresses IED Response

October 12, 2008
Emergency Film Group of Edgartown, MA has produced “IEDs & VBIEDs,” a training program for police, firefighters, rescue personnel, EMS, emergency management, security personnel and others who may be involved in an incident that involves such weapons.

South Carolina Department Wins Award for False Alarm Reductions

October 12, 2008
The Rock Hill (S.C.) Police Department was presented the Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC) Directors' Award of Distinction at a recent Rock Hill City Council meeting. The award recognized the outstanding successes of Rock Hill’s Alarm Management Program in reducing alarm dispatches throughout the city.

K-9 Down Training Early Registration Available

October 10, 2008
K-9 Down is a specialized training program for working dog handlers and emergency professionals who respond to injured canines. Upcoming courses will be available in North Carolina, Florida, and New York.
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Datalux Introduces New 12-Inch Monitor

October 9, 2008
Datalux Corporation introduces the new XG12 series of 12.1-inch LCD monitors, featuring a die-cast aluminum enclosure, XGA resolution (1024x768), protected LCD panel, locking power connector and optionally, a choice of either serial or USB resistive touch screen. Like all Datalux products, the XG12 series was engineered for very demanding environments.

Two Aryan Brotherhood Members Convicted in Plot to Kill N.M. Deputy

October 9, 2008
The jury convicted Robert Guyton,Krusty Cook and Samuel Zachary Arrington on two counts each. Both were out of prison and, the prosecution charged, involved in arranging meetings to set up a revenge hit on former Otero County Sheriff's Deputy Billy Anders because he had killed an Aryan Brotherhood leader in New Mexico.

Al Sharpton on Trial, Not Cops, Judge Says

October 9, 2008
A Manhattan judge warned Monday he won't let the Rev. Al Sharpton argue the history of police brutality in his minitrial over protests after the Sean Bell verdict. Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Larry Stephen cut off a lawyer for one of Sharpton's co-defendants who brought up other questionable police shootings.

Spillman Releases Jail Imaging Software

October 8, 2008
Spillman Technologies officially released Spillman Sentryx 6.0 to nearly 500 public safety personnel at the annual Spillman Users Conference held in Salt Lake City this week.

New Book Details How to Retrieve Forensic Data from an iPhone

October 8, 2008
"Phone Forensics," Jonathan Zdziarsk supplies the knowledge necessary to conduct complete and highly specialized forensic analysis of the iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPod Touch. Intended for lawful forensic examination of devices by corporate security officers, law enforcement personnel, and private forensic examiners.

Gangs Blamed in Almost Half of San Diego Homicides in '07

October 8, 2008

Nearly half the homicides with known motives in San Diego County last year were at the hands of gangs, according to a study looking at victims and suspects of violent crime.

Suspect in Murder of SF Hells Angels Leader Surrenders in Oklahoma

October 8, 2008
The man would not say why he was wanted. But the Bartlesville police were quickly able to establish that he was Christopher Ablett, 37, an alleged member of the Mongols Motorcycle Club sought in San Francisco on charges that he killed Mark "Papa" Guardado, the head of the Hells Angels' "Frisco" chapter.
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