Monthly Archives: December 2011

Police Fighting Back Amidst Budget Cuts

2011 saw budget cuts for police departments around the U.S.  Waned funds to hire more officers and staff, to provide training and more equipment was a sore topic for law enforcement across the country.   A Department of Justice report titled … Continue reading

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Coping with the Holiday Blues

The countdown to the most celebrated holiday around our country is upon us.  While most of the country will be sitting down at tables to a huge feast or surrounded by family and friends, police officers will be working around … Continue reading

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Tips for A Safe Holiday

The holidays are a joyous time for many people.  The cheer and festivities of the season influence people to become more generous and giving.  The holidays can also cause many people to let their guard down, giving unsuspecting opportunities for … Continue reading

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Privacy Concerns Over Police DNA

Local southern Louisiana officers agreed to DNA testing in an effort to help solve the deaths of eight women in 2009 where the serial killer was rumored to be a police officer.  Through the DNA sampling, all law enforcement officers … Continue reading

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Online Stalking of Police and Public Officials

Imagine as a law enforcement officer or judge becoming the victim of a home invasion. This almost happened in Convina, CA this past week when a list was seized of potential victims that included a judge and other public officials … Continue reading

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