2002 Webber Seavey Semifinalists

Alexandria, VA, Police Dept. “Tactical Computer System” Brownsville, TX, Police Dept. “Southmost Community Network Center” Calgary, Alberta Police Service, Canada “Child at Risk Response Team” California Highway Patrol “Corridor Safety Program” Covington, GA, Police Dept. “VIPER (Variable Intensive Patrol Enforcement and Response)” Dayton, OH, Police Dept. “Public Use Nuisance” Dodge City, KS, Police Dept. “Citizen-Assisted Policing Program” FBI, Philadelphia, PA “Hazardous Materials Response Team” Fort Wayne, IN, Police Dept. “Value Based Initiative: Alternatives to Youth Violence” Kissimmee, FL, Police Dept. “Flee to be Free” Lexington-Fayette, KY, Co. Division of Police “Advanced Language Program” Louisville, KY, Division of Police “Police Crisis Intervention Team” Lynchburg, VA, Police Dept. “HABIT (Halt Auto Break-Ins Today)” Melbourne, FL, Police Dept. “Hope for Hacienda” Miami, FL, Police Dept. “Combating School Truancy” Miami-Dade, FL, Police Dept. “Sexual Crimes Clearing House” Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Washington, DC “Cold Case Homicide Unit” New Castle Co., DE, Police Dept. “Analysis, Accountability, Assessment” Newark, NJ, Police Dept. “Safe Cities Task Force” Ottawa, Ontario Police Service, Canada “Domestic Homicide: Reducing the Risk” Toronto, Ontario Police Service, Canada “Project M.O.R.E. (Mapping/Order Maintenance/Rescue/Enforcement)” Toronto, Ontario Police Service, Canada “Recapturing Our Roadways” U.S. Border Patrol, Chula Vista, CA “G.I.S. as a Border Enforcement Tool” Wilson, NC, Police Dept. “Fully Integrated Community Policing Approach” York, Ontario Regional Police, Canada “Operation Green Sweep”

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