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Law enforcement executives everywhere have an interest in securing seaports against crime and terrorism, and the job is a big one. In 2004 alone, more than 9 million shipping containers arrived in U.S. seaports, each one holding as much as 32 tons of cargo that quickly reached every jurisdiction in the country by rail or truck.
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The Culture of Safety: No One Gets Hurt Today
By Mark Whitman, Commissioner, York Police Department, York, Pennsylvania, and Christopher A. Smith, Manager of Consulting Services, DuPont Safety Resources, E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Delaware
Vehicle Theft Investigation Is about—Looking beyond the Traffic Stop
By Paul D. McClellan, Colonel and Superintendent, Ohio State Highway Patrol, Columbus, Ohio, and Chair, IACP Vehicle Theft Committee
Inside the New ATF
By Andrew L. Lluberes, Senior Public Affairs Specialist, Office of Public Affairs, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, Washington, D.C.
Making Streets Safer through Mobile Wireless Technologies
By Jack Reece, Information Systems Specialists, Leawood Police Department, Leawood, Kansas, and Andy Lausch, Director of State and Local Sales, CDW Government Inc., Vernon Hills, Illinois
What Chiefs Need to Know About Port Security
Betty P. Kelepecz, Chief of Police (Retired), San Diego Harbor Police Department, and Senior Vice President, Integrated Law Enforcement and Maritime Security Solutions, Crossflo Systems Inc.
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