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New York May Ban iPods While Crossing Street

February 8, 2007
New Yorkers who blithely cross the street listening to an iPod or talking on a cell phone could soon face a $100 fine.

"Too Tired to Walk," Man Steals Police Car

February 8, 2007
A Japanese man told police he stole a patrol car that had been left idling outside a post office in Gunma, north of Tokyo, because he was too tired to walk home.

NER Releases 2006 Equipment Theft Report

February 8, 2007
The fourth annual report from the National Equipment Register is the most complete analysis of equipment theft trends to date for those who investigate equipment theft and those who seek to prevent theft.

Woman Fakes Attack, Scares Off Intruder

February 8, 2007
An 80-year-old Maine woman who was watching the Super Bowl alone faked a heart attack to scare off a man who had broken into her home and was pushing her toward the bedroom, police said.

World Am Sponsors Missing Child Alert Systems for Police in California

February 1, 2007
World Am has committed to purchasing Missing Child Alert Systems for police departments in California that have requested the system from its developer, New York-based AdZone Research.

Boston Officials Livid Over Ad Stunt

February 1, 2007
Boston officials, livid about a publicity campaign that had disrupted the city by stirring fears of terrorism, vowed to prosecute those responsible and seek restitution.

CBS Axes 'Armed & Famous' After 4 Shows

February 1, 2007
CBS has tossed "Armed & Famous" into the cancellation cooler. The new reality television series, which followed five lesser-celebrities during their time as gun-carrying reserve officers of the Muncie Police Department, has been axed after four episodes.

Miami PD Using Segway PTs to Patrol Super Bowl XLI

February 1, 2007
Segway Inc. announced that the Miami-Dade Police Department will be using Segway Personal Transporters (PTs) to provide security services at Super Bowl XLI on Feb. 4 and throughout the week preceding the event.

TREXPO West to Hold Industry Receptions

February 1, 2007
New this year at the TREXPO West trade show and conference in Long Beach is a second "Networking Reception" open to conference attendees and speakers only. It takes place on Monday, March 17, 1700-1830hrs. This is a great chance to introduce yourself and network with your law enforcement colleagues.

Seminar Trains Handlers to Aid Injured K-9s

January 25, 2007
K-9 Down is a specialized training program for working dog handlers and emergency professionals who respond to injured K-9s.
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