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Melissa Taylor, who works in the Law Enforcement Standards Office at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, worked with the Justice Department on recommendations for reducing human error in fingerprint analysis.
The Bulgarian government is moving to authorize widespread confiscation of illegally obtained assets. Their goal is to crackdown ion powerful organized crime and corruption.
Justice Minister Margarita Popova said the action would be a key weapon for the newly elected government, to fight crime and avoid punishment from the European Union.
Failure to demonstrate results by July next year could cut off Bulgaria's access to 11 billion Euros foreign. Bulgaria is also thought tO be a major hub of illegal cyber activity.
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The number of crimes in Montgomery County in 2010 fell by 7.5 percent compared to the previous year, even as murders in the affluent D.C. suburb rose by more than 40 percent.
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A crime spree has county officials scrambling for answers. Several dozen cars have been spray painted with the number 68 in black. Investigators are still trying to figure out what the number means.
Twenty-seven-year-old Tomas Mo-Choc was stabbed in the chest Wednesday night by his roommate, police say. Carlos Tiul, 29, is charged with first-degree murder.
Metro officials say crime on the transit system is trending downward during the first quarter of 2011, although assaults against bus drivers have increased.
Those planning to ride Metro trains soon should be aware: Theft and violent crimes at Metro stations are up almost across the board.