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Ky. Agency's Mounted Officers Get Mobile Computers

August 12, 2011
The Louisville (Ky.) Metro Police Department's mounted unit have begun using mobile data terminals while performing patrol duties. The devices are Panasonic hand-held U-1 computers.

Raytheon Developing New Server, Building Two Comm Networks

August 12, 2011
Raytheon is developing a new server-based system linking 4G LTE and P25 systems that will help first responders communicate with each other during daily operations and emergencies.

TRU-Vu Introduces Sunlight Readable LCD Monitor

August 12, 2011
The SRM-10.4 Series sunlight-readable (a.k.a. "high bright") displays increase view-ability, leading to greater operator accuracy, productivity and efficiency, according to the company.

Colo. Cop Arrested DUI Driving Cruiser to Police Memorial

August 12, 2011
A Colorado police officer has been charged with driving his cruiser under the influence while a second allegedly threw beer cans out of the passenger-side window while the two were heading to South Dakota to attend the memorial service of a fallen officer.

Slain Pa. Cop Had Pointed Stun Gun at Attacking Dogs

August 12, 2011
Officer Robert Lasso was shot and killed after responding to a disturbance call at a home, where he was attacked by two dogs. The officer fired a stun gun at the dogs, prompting the suspect to fire his shotgun at the officer.
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Federal Funding Cut Cripples Meth Enforcement

August 11, 2011
Police and sheriff's agencies have curtailed their enforcement of methamphetamine because they can no longer afford the clean-up costs associated with the labs, concludes an investigative report by the Associated Press.

Camden Police Director Resigns After Council Nixes Appointment

August 11, 2011
Camden's Mayor Dana Redd hired Lanuel J. Ferguson, a high-ranking member of the New Jersey State Police, in July and agreed to pay him a $100,000 salary. The City Council refused to confirm him as police director and members said the money could be better used to hire back patrol officers who were laid off earlier this year.

Vermont Sheriff Named To Late Wife's Job

August 11, 2011
Sgt. Ray Allen took over as sheriff of Grand Isle County, Vt., on Wednesday with mixed emotions — grateful for the opportunity, yet sad to replace the prior sheriff. Sheriff Allen has taken over a job left open when the former sheriff, and his wife, took her own life earlier this summer.

Atlanta Officer Struck at Vehicle Stop Leaves Hospital

August 11, 2011
An Atlanta Police investigator who was run down at a traffic stop in July has been released from the hospital, and returned home where he is still recovering from serious injuries.

Tulsa Officer Gave 'Take Out' Order for Inmate

August 11, 2011
Sgt. Carla Housely said she wrote out a statement by inmate Durrell Collins, who claimed that Tulsa Police Officer Bill Yelton asked him to beat up another inmate in the Tulsa Jail,
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