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2010-05-24 21:00:00

SINGAPORE, May 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- TETRA WORLD CONGRESS -- The Enterprise Mobility Solutions business of Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) today announced the launch of world's smallest TETRA base station for mission critical environments - the TEDS Ready (TETRA Enhanced Data Service) MTS1.

2010-05-06 08:00:00

SPRINGFIELD, MO, May 6 /PRNewswire/ - Springfield, Missouri Police Department (SPD) is the first US municipal force to implement the leading police records management system, Niche RMS, currently used by more than 75,000 officers in Canada, the UK and Australia. The third largest city in the State of Missouri, Springfield has a population of 156,206 with a total of 426,144 in the surrounding region, which covers 74 square miles. Established in 1829, SPD has 326 sworn officers and 81 civilian...

2008-12-29 10:39:44

Police in England's Merseyside county said Monday they have arrested Liverpool Football Club star Steven Gerrard in connection with a brawl. An unidentified police spokesman said the British midfielder was arrested early Monday along with five other men and charged with suspicion of assault, The Times of London reported. Merseyside police (are) investigating an assault that took place in the early hours of Monday, Dec.

2008-12-12 14:22:49

Police in the English county of Leicestershire say they are attempting to use nostalgia to lure former British police officers back from Australia. The Leicestershire Police said it asked the overseas officers what they missed most about Britain as part of the force's Homesick and Away campaign, The Daily Telegraph said Friday. Tops on the nostalgia list were real British ale, a cup of authentic British tea and the traditional Sunday roast. The police recruitment campaign is targeting the...

2008-12-10 22:47:58

British police say a gun supply company's error resulted in a woman mistakenly receiving what appeared to be a black sub-machine gun in the mail. Dorset Police said the Heckler & Koch gun, which had been modified to shoot only infra-red beams instead of bullets, had been bound for their headquarters in Winfrith but the gun supply company put the wrong address on the package and it was received by Catherine Roots, 56, The Sun reported Wednesday. You don't expect something like that to to...

2008-12-04 14:50:00

Europe’s human rights court ruled on Thursday against practices in Britain that retained DNA information for two individuals whose cases had been dismissed.

2006-08-21 09:58:40

LONDON (Reuters) - About a dozen people arrested over a suspected plot to blow up several airliners in mid-Atlantic are to be charged with conspiracy to murder, Sky TV reported on Monday. Police declined to comment on the report but said there would be a statement at 1515 GMT.

2006-08-16 16:07:52

LONDON (Reuters) - A British court on Wednesday gave police more time to question 23 people they were holding on suspicion of plotting to blow up transatlantic airliners. A police statement said the warrants for 21 suspects were extended until August 23 and for the two others until August 21.

2006-08-16 06:14:28

LONDON (Reuters) - Police will seek more time on Wednesday to question suspects in the alleged plot to blow up transatlantic airliners, as it emerged a 12-year-old boy with no documents had managed to board a plane at UK's Gatwick Airport.

2006-08-08 17:56:44

By Katherine Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) - Three men have been arrested on suspicion of intercepting telephone calls at the official residence of the heir to the British throne, Britain's Prince Charles, London police said on Tuesday.

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