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In Sign of Times, City Police Officers Rely on Cell Phones

By ELIZABETH SOLOMONT, Special to the New York Sun When a Queens woman reported her car stolen earlier... - Full Story


First responders: Bridging networks a 'Herculean' effort

By David Wood, Newhouse News Service Copyright 2006 The Times-Picayune Publishing Company WASHINGTON... - Full Story


Domestic disturbance response: 10 tips for winning at these volatile calls Dr. Richard Weinblatt - Weinblatt's Tips

Domestic disturbance response: 10 tips for winning at these volatile calls

Around ten years ago, as a patrol division deputy sheriff with the Santa Fe County Sheriff's Department in... - Full Story


U.S. state plans to put faces of convicted sex offenders on billboard ads

The Associated Press JACKSON, Mississippi- The state of Mississippi plans to plaster the names and faces... - Full Story


Houston chief wants cameras in apartment complexes

By PAM EASTON Associated Press Writer HOUSTON- Houston's police chief on Wednesday proposed placing surveillance... - Full Story


Terror groups lack ability to mount crippling cyber attacks, FBI says

By MARK SHERMAN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON- Al-Qaida and other terror groups are more sophisticated... - Full Story


Police offer dial-a-report systems

By BENITA Y. WILLIAMS Kansas City Star The next time you call the police about a broken window or stolen... - Full Story


Bill could allow eavesdropping by Canadian police

The Associated Press OTTAWA- Canada's Liberal government introduced a bill Tuesday that would allow police... - Full Story


7 things never to say to anyone, and why (Part 1) Dr. George Thompson - Verbal Judo Tactics & Techniques

7 things never to say to anyone, and why (Part 1)

By Dr. George Thompson, Founder of the Verbal Judo Institute Part 1 of a 2-part series Read 7 things ne... - Full Story


Fight over surveillance law won't end technology-government clash

By BRIAN BERGSTEIN AP Technology Writer BOSTON- A new method of communicating is creating intriguing... - Full Story

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