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The analysis issued by Merrick Bobb, special counsel to the Board of Supervisors, urged the sheriff to determine whether deputies are more likely to request a canine deployment when apprehending minority suspects, or if deputies patrolling high-crime areas - often associated with large, poor minority populations - are more likely to ask for the canine unit's help.
Used to deter drinking and driving, sobriety checkpoints are related more directly to educating the public and encouraging designated drivers, rather than actually apprehending impaired drivers.
Police typically respond quicker to verified alarms that can result in apprehending criminals, and keeping customers' losses to a minimum.
Records said the policeman was stationed at the Dubai Global Village and aiding the authorities in apprehending individuals involved in flouting UAE residency laws, arresting them and forwarding them for trial.
Rawalpindi -- Rawalpindi Police claimed to have recovered 1500 grams of Hashish, while apprehending six drug peddlers during raids in different areas.
Ventura County Superior Court Judge Edward Brodie said professional bounty hunter Duane ``Dog'' Chapman was entitled to none of the money because he broke Mexican law while apprehending Luster on June 18 in Puerto Vallarta.
The group discussed security measures that could protect store employees, prevent burglary attempts, and aid police in apprehending perpetrators.