The authorities in Pakistan have said DNA report have confirmed that the man killed in a US drone strike was the Taliban supreme leader Mullah Akhtar Mansoor. According to the local media reports, citing the local authorities, a DNA report said it was definite that the man killed in the US strike on May 21 was Mullah Akhtar Mansour.
The country’s interior ministry has said the confirmation was made following the DNA matching of DNA samples collected from the charred body against the relative who came forward to claim the remains. The country’s Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar had earlier said the government could not confirm the death without a scientific and legal basis. Mullah Mansoor was killed in a US drone strike in Balochistan province of Pakistan in the afternoon of 21st May as he was travelling in a vehicle. According to the reports, Mansoor was on his way from neighboring Iran when he was targeted by the US drones as a Pakistani passport containing Iranian visa was found in the area where he was killed. The Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has offered best wishes to the Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who will undergo an open-heart surgery. The Indian Prime Narendra Modi also tweeted “My best wishes to PM Nawaz Sharif Sahab for his open heart surgery on Tuesday.
According to reports, Sharif is who is currently in London for medical check-up and will undergo open-heart surgery on Tuesday.
The daughter of prime minister, Maryam Nawaz Sharif, also confirmed through twitter that her father will undergo an open-heart surgery on Tuesday. Meanwhile, a statement from the Sharif’s office on Saturday said the prime minister was continuing to oversee state affairs in the days before his surgery. The Afghan police forces have suffered casualties in a coordinated attack by the Taliban militants in southern Helmand province of Afghanistan. According to the local security officials, the attack by the Taliban militants sparked heavy clashes in Nad-e-Ali and Nahr-e-Saraj districts. A security official speaking on the condition of anonymity confirmed that eleven policemen lost their lives together with a commander of the public uprising forces. Provincial governor’s spokesman Omar Zwak confirmed that heavy clashes between the Taliban militants and Afghan police started late on Saturday night and sporadic clashes still continue between the two sides.
According to Zwak, at least four policemen serving with the Afghan Local Police (ALP) forces sustained injuries and a commander of them is missing. He said the Taliban insurgents have also suffered casualties but the exact number is not clear so far.
At least 20 militants were killed and 55 others were wounded during the clearance operations conducted by the Afghan National Security and Defense Forces (ANSDF) in north of Afgahnistan. The 209th Shaheen Corps of the Afghan National Army said the operations were conducted in the past 24 hours in northern Sar-e-Pul and Baghlan provinces. A statement 209th Shaheen Corps said the Afghan forces were receiving close-air support as well as artillery support during the raids against the militants. The Afghan forces also seized and defused 2 Improvised Explosive Device (IED) duringt the operations, the statement added.
At least 11 of the militants were killed in Suzma Qala district of Sar-e-Pul province and at lest 44 other were wounded, 209th Shaheen Corps said.
The remaining militants were killed during the air and ground raids in Baghlan-e-Markazi district of Baghlan province.
According to 209th Shaheen Corps, a commander of the Taliban group identified as Qari Noorudin was also among those killed during the operations. The anti-government armed militant groups including the Taliban insurgents have not commented regarding the report so far. Kabul, Afghanistan: Today, Sunday 29th of May, 2016  Afghanistan Rugby Federation (ARF) finally managed to inaugurate a rugby club inside the campus of Kabul University with the help of  university students and the sports committee of the university. Kabul University is the oldest and largest institution of tertiary education in Afghanistan. Rugby in its 7s form is turning back at this year’s Olympic Games in Rio, with the last Olympic rugby competition dating back to 1924.
Afghan National Squad’s skipper Mustafa Sadat 30 is optimistic that one day rugby will be played in Afghanistan as Cricket and Football.
With the recent history of rugby in Afghanistan it is always hard to find the right structures and coaches for the sport. The club was officially inaugurated by the vice president of Kabul University and chief executive officer of the Afghanistan Rugby Federation (ARF) in the presence of senior officials from Kabul University, Afghanistan Rugby Federation , Afghanistan Commercial Bank ( ACB) and hundreds of students from different faculties of the University. After the inauguration ceremony Afghanistan Commercial Bank Rugby Team played an exhibition match against the Kabul University Rugby team and as a result Kabul University Rugby Team managed to beat the ACB Rugby team by 20-05.
Rugby Sevens is already one of the world’s fastest growing sports, largely because it is one of the fastest sports in the world. Two senior officials in Kabul Municipality have reportedly been arrested over corruption charges by the Afghan police forces. According to reports, the two senior officials, Eng Mohammad Akrami and Ahmad Kamal Qasimyar, were arrested by the Major Crimes Task Force of the Ministry of Interior.
A spokesman for the Kabul Municipality has confirmed the arrest of the two senior officials by the Afghan security forces over corruption charges.
Engineer Mohammad Aslam Akrami was the administrative and finance deputy mayor and Ahmad Kamal Qasimyar was the head of the Human Resources department of Kabul Municipality. The Ministry of Interior confirmed that the two senior officials were arrested based on the evidences proving their hand in misuse of authority and involvment in corruption. The Ministry also added that the Major Crimes Task Force arrested the two individuals on Saturday and Sunday after receiving complaints from the people and evidences.
The arrest of the two senior Municipality officials comes as the Afghan government has stepped up efforts to reduce the growing corruption in the country. The Afghan Attorney General Farid Hamidi promised earlier today that a serious and speedy campaign against corruption will be launched in the near future. Hamidi further added that serious work is underway to establish a judicial center and the people of Afghanistan will soon witness the start of major fight against corruption. A commander of the loyalists of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group has been killed along with his 5 militants in an airstrike in eastern Nangarhar province.
According to the local government officials, the airstrike was carried out in Haska Mina district, apparently by the US forces as an unmanned aerial vehicle was involved. Provincial governor’s spokesman Ataullah Khogyani confirmed that a commander of the ISIS terrorist group was killed with five others in a drone strike. This comes as the local officials in eastern Nangarhar province earlier said drone strikes have played a role in suppressing the activities of the loyalists of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group in Achin district. The district administrative chief of Achin Ghalib Mujahid said the group has received major blows in this district during the recent months and their activities have become limited by a large extent. He said the loyalists are the terror group are targeted on daily basis both the Afghan forces and the US forces. Achin was once a stronghold of the loyalists of ISIS terrorist group from where they started their operations in the country.
The US forces stepped up airstrikes against the terror group after the Obama administration granted more authorities to the US forces in the country.
At least eleven civilians including children were wounded in an explosion in Pul-e-Alam city, the provincial capital of central Logar province. According to the local government officials, the incident took place on Saturday evening in a populated area of the city. Provincial governor’s spokesman Salim Saleh confirmed that three children and a woman were among those wounded.
He said the blast took place in Shahidan area of the city after an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) was detonated on a roadside. The Taliban insurgents and militants belonging to the other insurgent groups are frequently using Improvised Explosive Device (IED) as the weapon of their choice to target the security forces. The IEDs are the main contributors to the casualties of the Afghan security forces but are also considered as a key factor in growing civilian casualties. At least 600 civilians were killed and 1,343 others were wounded in the first quarter of 2016, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan said in its latest report. UNAMA further added that consistent with 2015 trends, ground engagements caused the highest number of total civilian casualties, followed by improvised explosive devices (IEDs), complex and suicide attacks, as well as targeted killings. According to UNAMA, actions by Anti-Government Elements caused at least 60 per cent of casualties while Pro-Government Forces caused at least 19 per cent.
The Afghan Attorney General Farid Hamidi promised that a serious and speedy campaign against corruption will be launched in the near future. Hamidi was speaking during a press conference in Kabul where he promised that the government will accelerate fight against graft in the country. He said Afghanistan will witness an anti-corruption machine launch to start a major fight against the growing corruption in the country.
Elaborating further on his claims regarding the launch of the anti-corruption machine, Hamidi said serious work is underway to establish a judicial center and the people of Afghanistan will soon witness the start of the process.
The Attorney General further added that the Attorney General’s Office is busy in reviewing the cases, insisting that no innocent individual should be tried or sentenced for alleged involvement in corruption. Hamidi also added that the audit work in the Attorney General’s Office will also increase in a bid to ensure transparency.
The remarks by the Attorney General followed a day after the officials in Attorney General’s Office announced that 40 attorney generals were replaced or newly appointed in over 15 provinces.
According to the officials, the new appointments and changes have been made in a bid to ensure justice and accelerate the work of the organization.
At least ten Taliban commanders were killed in an airstrike in northern Baghlan province of Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) said Sunday. The airstrike was carried out in Baghlan-e-Markazi district where the Taliban insurgents are actively operating. According to MoD, the airstrike targeted a gathering of the Taliban insurgents in the vicinity of the district, leaving ten of their commanders dead and another one seriously wounded.


The security situation in Baghlan province has been sharply deteriorating during the past few months as a result of the Taliban-led insurgency.
The Afghan National Security and Defense Forces (ANSDF) managed to end siege of at least three military bases in this province recently which resulted into the rescue of over 100 trapped security personnel. The security situation in Baghlan started to deteriorate earlier this year following the launch of a military operation in Dand-e-Ghor and Dand-e-Shahabuddin areas near the provincial capital. The operations were launched amid concerns that the Taliban insurgents are creating safe havens and preparing for their spring offensive.
At least 53 Afghan migrants detained in Bulgaria will be returned to Greece by the Authorities who are saying the move will be taken in a bid to send a strong message” to others who might be tempted to use the same route to western Europe.
According to reports, the authorities in Bulgaria fear the migrants may try to transit its territory on their way north as the Greece’s border with Macedonia just to the west is now effectively closed to migrants.
Kostov further added  that a further 34 illegal migrants had been detained on Friday night. According to a statement by the Interior Ministry of Bulgaria, it would send troops to assist border police in guarding the frontier against an influx of refugees. At least 9 Taliban militants including the group’s two top leaders were killed during separate clashes with the Afghan security forces in southern Uruzgan province. The 205th Atal Corps of the Afghan National Army said the group’s shadow governor Mawlavi Jan Agha and military commission chief Asadullah were among those killed. At least 5 militants were also wounded during the operations and 5 Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) were seized and defused, a statement by 205th Atal Corps said. The statement further added that the operations were conducted in Chora, and Khas Uruzgan districts. The Afghan security forces have stepped up counter-terrorism operations to suppress the insurgency activities of the terror groups.
The security officials are saying the Afghan forces will continue to maintain pressures against the terror groups as they continue to step up attacks against the Afghan forces and civilians.
The operations by the Afghan security forces are being conducted as part of the Shafaq annual offensive which was launched late in March in response to the growing insurgency activities led by the Taliban group. A suicide bomber belonging to the Haqqani terrorist network was shot dead by the Afghan intelligence operatives in capital Kabul. The National Directorate of Security (NDS) said the would-be suicide bomber was shot dead before he manage to reach to his target.
NDS said the man was wearing a suicide bombing vest but there are no reports regarding the exact location where the bomber was looking to carry out an attack. This comes as the US Embassy in Kabul earlier issued a security alert warning its citizens regarding militants planning attacks in the city. The latest security alert by the US Embassy comes as the anti-government armed militant groups are looking to carry out attacks in Kabul, specifically following the death of Mullah Akhtar Mansoor in a US drone strike last Saturday. A prominent political figure and former Jihadi leader Abdul Rab Rasool Sayyaf has warned that Pakistan will be added to the list of State Sponsors of Terrorism if it does not refrain from wrongdoings. Sayyaf was apparently pointing towards Pakistan’s support to the anti-government armed militant groups fighting in Afghanistan, joining the Afghan officials to slam the country for providing shelter to terror groups. He was speaking during a gathering in capital Kabul to remember 117 people belonging to Nahzat Islami killed 37 years ago. Sayyaf said the world has recognized Pakistan and there will be one day that the name of Pakistan will be included in the list of State Sponsors of Terrorism. He also called on the Taliban group to join peace process by renouncing violence, warning that the Taliban militants will be killed as their leaders if they chose to pursue violence.
The remarks by Sayyaf comes as the Afghan officials have long been criticizing Pakistan for providing shelter to anti-government armed militant groups, specifically the Taliban group and the notorious Haqqani terrorist network.
The Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani earlier asked Pakistan to take actions against the leadership councils of the groups based in Peshawar and Quetta cities of Pakistan. President Ghani warned to take the issue to the international organizations, including the UN Security Council if Pakistan did not take any action against the groups waging violence in Afghanistan.
At least 6 soldiers of the Afghan National Army (ANA) forces were martyred in fight against terrorism in the past 24 hours, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) said. According to an operational update by the Ministry of Defense (MoD), the soldiers were martyred while conducting counter-terrorism operations against the internal and external terrorists. There has been a sharp rise in the casualties of the Afghan national security forces since they took full control of the security responsibilities from the coalition forces at the start of last year. The operational update by MoD further added that 71 militants were killed and 39 others were wounded during the same operations. MoD said the operations were backed by the Afghan Air Force and units of the Afghan artillery. According to MoD, the operations were conducted in Kandahar, Helmand, Uruzgan, Kunar, Herat, Badghis, Paktia, and Nangarhar provinces.
The US Embassy in Kabul has issued a security alert warning its citizens regarding militants planning attacks in the city. At least eleven people were killed and ten others were wounded in an explosion in Kabul province earlier on Wednesday. The incident took place after a suicide bomber detonated against a shuttle bus transporting employees of the Maidan Wardak provincial court. Earlier, the Afghan security forces thwarted a suicide attack plot against the Ministry of Interior compound by arresting a suicide bomber and seizing a Vehicle-borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED). The Jamiat-e-Islami party criticized the unity government for remaining short to fulfill commitments and execute the agreement of the government of national unity. The leader of Jamiat-e-Islami party Salahuddin Rabbani said the government has not been able fulfill commitments, specifically to organize the constitutional Loya Jirga as per the agreement reached for the formation of unity government.
He was speaking during a convention of the Jamiat-e-Islami party in capital Kabul which was organized to discuss the party’s affairs as well as the latest upheavals in the country. Rabbani further added that the other shortcomes of the unity government are to implement reforms in electoral system of the country and organize the provincial and district councils elections. He insisted that a fair and free election would not be organized in the absence of electoral reforms and distribution of electronic identity cards. The remarks by Rabbani comes as the issue of organizing constitutional Loya Jirga became a discussion topic earlier last month as the US Secretary of State John Kerry visited the country and said the duration of the unity government is five years. Kerry further added that the agreement did mention the effort to try to have the potential of a Loya Jirga at some point within two years, insisting that that was a goal. The administrative director of Kunduz police has been kidnapped by the anti-government armed militants in north of Afghanistan.
According to the local security officials, the administrative director of Kunduz police, was abducted as he was travelling on Kunduz-Takhar highway. The officials further added that a policeman was also killed as the Taliban insurgents abducted the administrative director from the vicinity of Khanabad district. The Taliban militants group has not commented regarding the incident but the local security officials said an operation is underway for the release of Kunduz police administrative director.
This comes as the Taliban militants suffered heavy casualties during a military operation launched by the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) which led to the opening of Kunduz-Takhar highway last week. The highway going through Kunduz is considered as one of the main highways in northern Afghanistan which connects northeastern Takhar with Badakhshan and Kunduz provinces. The anti-government armed militants are usually threatening the highway by conducting insurgency activities, mainly in Kunduz province where the Taliban insurgents are having a widespread presence. At least five militants were killed in an airstrike in eastern Kunar province of Afghanistan, the defense authorities said Saturday. The airstrike was carried out in the restive Ghaziabad district targeting a hideout of the militants. The Ministry of defense said five militants were killed and their hideout was destroyed while another terrorist was arrested in Khogyani district of Nangarhar.
Kunar is among the relatively volatile provinces in eastern Afghanistan where anti-government armed militant groups are actively operating in a number of its districts and often carry out insurgency activities. Two top commanders of the anti-government armed militants were killed in an airstrike by the Afghan Air Force (AAF) in Ghanizabad district nearly ten days ago.
At least 17 militants were also killed in the same airstrike and mortar and rocket launcher along with 3 Ak-47 assault rifles and various other types of explosives belonging to the militants were destroyed. The Afghan forces have stepped counter-terrorism operations to suppress the insurgency activities of the militant groups as the insurgents are attempting to increase terrorist attacks by launching their spring offensive. The Afghan forces are vastly utilizing the newly-added state of the art equipment including the A-29 Super Tucano fixed-wing aircraft to suppress the anti-government armed militant groups. The Taliban insurgents have suffered heavy casualties during the clearance operations in southern parts of the country, the 205th Atal Corps of the Afghan National Army said. According to a statement by 205th Atal Corps, at least 52 militants were killed and 29 others were wounded during the operations. The statement further added that the operations were conducted in Gundu, chenarto Kariz, Koh Albak, Albak and Siya Oba villages in north of Shawali Kot in Kandahar and Kandahar-Uruzgan highway.
At least 4 Ford Ranger police vehicles and 25 motorcycles in custody of the militants were also destroyed during the operations, the statement added. According to the 205th Atal Corps, the operations were conducted with the support of the Afghan Air Force and the artillery units of the Afghan National Army.
The anti-government armed militant groups including the Taliban insurgents have not commented regarding the reports so far.
The Afghan National Security and Defense Forces (ANSDF) have stepped up counter-terrorism operations across the country to suppress the insurgency activities of the militant groups.
The security officials have said they will continue to maintain pressure on the militant groups as they are attempting to step up attacks as part of their annual spring offensive. At least 2 Taliban group leaders were killed in an airstrike in northern Sar-e-Pul province of Afghanistan, local officials said. The airstrike was carried out in Suzma Qala district of Sar-e-Pul targeting a gathering of the Taliban insurgents.


Provincial governor’s spokesman Zabiullah Amani said the Taliban insurgents had gathered to organize a funeral for the group’s chief Mullah Akhtar Mansoor. He said at least 6 Taliban insurgents were also wounded during the airstrike which was carried out in Kata Qala village. Sar-e-Pul is among the relatively volatile provinces in northern Afghanistan where the anti-government armed militant groups are active in a number of its districts and often carry out insurgency activities. Mullah Mansoor was killed in a drone strike in the vicinity of Balochistan province of Pakistan last Saturday. Mansoor succeeded Mullah Mohammad Omar in July last year and immediately stepped up insurgency activities across the country under his leadership. The group elected Mawlavi Haibatulllah Akhundzada as the successor of Mullah Mansoor on Wednesday. The local officials in eastern Nangarhar province have said drone strikes have played a role in suppressing the activities of the loyalists of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group in Achin district. The district administrative chief Ghalib Mujahid has said the group has received major blows in this district during the recent months and their activities have become limited by a large extent. Mujahid further added that the terror group loses around 5 to 10 militants on daily basis as a result of the counter-terrorism operations. According to Mujahid, the drone strikes have mainly targeted the hideouts and centers of the terror group which they had established in this district. The increased airstrikes against the terror group followed amid concerns that the leaders of the group are attempting to expand foothold in the country and establish a regional operational base in Nangarhar. The British defense officials are mulling to send more troops to Afghanistan amid deteriorating security situation in the country. According to reports, UK may deploy more than 100 soldiers to Afghanistan besides extending the training mission of the available forces in the country by at least a year. The decision for the extension of the mission and deployment of the additional is expected to be announced by British Prime Minister David Cameron during the Warsaw Summit in July. Britain is currently having 450 forces deployed in the country in the framework of the Resolute Support mission led by NATO to train, assist and advice the Afghan forces.
A source in Britain’s Ministry of Defense has said was ‘discussing options’ with other nations but, with the Taliban having gained significant ground in recent months and thousands of Islamic State fighters now spreading across the country, there are suggestions that the UK pulled out of Afghanistan too soon. British soldiers were withdrawn in December 2014 – a year after the Prime Minister said they could come home knowing it was ‘mission accomplished’. OJIMO Cellphones & Cell Phone Cases Shop for Cell Phone Cases, Smartphones, Cell Phones, Android Phones, iPhones, Windows Phones, Refurbished phones, camera phones, batteries, cases, accessories and parts! The Samsung S4 takes your device to a whole new level with a 5″ Full HD super clear display, 13MP camera, touch-free way to navigate through screens, and an easy mode to simplify the experience for less technical users. 5.0-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 1920 pixels at a PPI of 441 pixels per inch. This refurbished unlocked 16GB Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini is a larger-than-life phone with a small footprint.
Final grades were averaged among scores from pre and post instructional testing, class participation, field estimations of speeds and distances and the studenta€™s final, formal presentations. SML Published-The summer 2010 issue of The Police Journal published SMLa€™s article Going To Court In Radar And Laser Trials.
Houston We Have A Problem-Some 100 radar guns were taken out of service by the Harris County Constables after media reported officers had received little or no training on the operation of the radar i??speed enforcement systems.
SML Contracted To Teach At Sheppard Air Force Base-SML has received confirmation that it will be teaching the NHTSA recommended Master Radar Laser Instructor Course to the Air Police at Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls. Enforcing City-Wide Bans Article To Be Published-SML has researched the use of hand held cell phones while driving in cities with and without city-wide cell phone bans during the first half of 2010 with the assistance of local law enforcement agencies. A A A  Final grades were averaged among scores from pre and post instructional testing, class participation, field estimations of speeds and distances and the studenta€™s final, formal presentations.A  An average of 90% among the four grading criteria is required for instructor certification.
A A  Officer Leonard Redhorse received SMLa€™s TOP GUN Award as being the top student in the class. SML Published-The summer 2010 issue of The Police Journal published SMLa€™s article Going To Court In Radar And Laser Trials.A  SML serves many federal, state, and local courts as a court recognized expert witness in law enforcement use of radar and laser speed enforcement systems. Houston We Have A Problem-Some 100 radar guns were taken out of service by the Harris County Constables after media reported officers had received little or no training on the operation of the radar speed enforcement systems. Throughout its long history since 1930 not only it has provided training to a large number of Afghans, but had enjoyed popularity in the region by attracting many students from the neighboring countries. It is also one of the fastest growing sports in Asia and the lack of rugby playing pitch is making the growth of rugby slow in Afghanistan. Those who stay will certainly attract many other students towards playing rugby and the game will develop into a more playing sport in the country “ Said Roshan Hassanzoi, Kabul University Rugby Team captain and trainer. Each and every second of the game is  a thrill ride of non-stop action, with no time outs and breathtaking feats of athleticism piled one on top of another.
Embassy in Kabul continues to receive reports of militants planning unspecified attacks in Kabul City and elsewhere in Afghanistan against locations and individuals with potential American connections,” the alert by the embassy states.
Embassy in Kabul continues to receive reports of militants planning unspecified attacks in Kabul City and elsewhere in Afghanistan against locations and individuals with potential American connections,” the alert by the embassy states. This agreement ends – this is an agreement for a unity government, the duration of which is five years,” Kerry said during a visit to Kabul. The dual-core 1.7Ghz Snapdragon processor enables you to run apps, text, and surf the web at blazing-fast speeds while the 8-megapixel camera captures your best selfies with friends and family members. Field exercises mandated officers be able to estimate speeds of vehicles as many courts require i??the officer to establish a valid visual tracking history prior to substantiate their observation with a radar or laser gun reading. Department Of Justice Expert Witness Testimony-The United States Department of Justice called on SML in August 2010 to provide expert witness testimony in a wrongful death suit brought by the survivora€™s estate against officera€™s action in a deadly pursuit.
Students were also required to compute a speed field study to the 85th percentile using a speed display furnished by SML.A  Students recorded the speeds of 100 vehicles with no speed display present and then recorded the speeds of 100 vehicles when a speed display attached to a SML vehicle was used.
Department Of Justice Expert Witness Testimony-The United States Department of Justice called on SML in August 2010 to provide expert witness testimony in a wrongful death suit brought by the survivora€™s estate against officera€™s actionA  in a deadly pursuit.A  The pursuit involved the use of police radar guns as well as established pursuit procedures. There are 22,000 students currently enrolling in the different faculties of the university. Mostly, the players use public fields and grounds full of stones and shingle  for their competitions. Featuring an Android operating system, this phone provides access to all the productivity apps, games, streaming video and other content available on Google Play. The media report also found radar guns, tuning forks, and officers had not been re-certified per state directives, i.e. However, ground at the Kabul University Campus  will afterwards become a permanent training pitch for the Kabul University Rugby Club. Some 300 Sheriffs and staff from California, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, and Texas attended. The suspect fled the scene although police had correctly used Code 3 procedures, and eluded officers resulting in a fatal crash. The cell phone ban cities are using tint meters and laser guns that take pictures of offenders to help enforce local ordinances.A A  Cities using photo enforcement already have the legal judicial notice for such use. El Paso, TX and Las Cruces, NM have had great success in the reduction of hand held cell phones by drivers.
SML has combined a listing of requirements from all fifty states on the training and re-certification of equipment including tuning forks. United States Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood in a meeting of 21 September 2010 alluded to a national ban on hand held cell phone use similar to national mandates of seat belt legislation.A  States were encouraged to enforcement such seat belt use legislation under the threat of withholding federal highway funds. SML used the instructional manual of Understanding Police Traffic Radar And Laser, Library of Congress # 98-87615 with accompanying PowerPoint CD. Laser use by law enforcement is dramatically increasingly as it can pinpoint one vehicle in a group and now with inclement weather mode can be operated inside the vehicle through the windshield by officers. Unfortunately, the fleeing suspect died at the scene after a head on collision with an approaching vehicle. Senator John McCain.A  Training officers from the various departments were in attendance and sought SMLa€?s advice on NHTSA and state training requirements for the operation of police radar and laser guns. USDOT issued similar mandates to states when determining alcohol BAC levels of .08% for DUI enforcement. Attending officers were required to present to the class a formal presentation on the topic of their choice which was graded by fellow class members.
This report questioned all fifty state police training academies for particular requirements.A  NHTSA recommends training programs and standards to the states and local jurisdictions.
Expect the federal government to issue similar notification to states regarding the use of handheld cell phone while driving. These recent and precedent setting court decisions are of great assistance to officers and prosecutors in assuring the court and the public that officers properly use and test speed measurement systems in speeding trials. It is not a matter of a€?ifa€? the federal government will issue such restrictions, but a€?whena€?.A  According to USDOT, Traffic Safety Facts, cell phone use and texting has now become the number #3 cause of accidents and fatalities in the county.
Increasingly, citizens are challenging speeding tickets and requiring officers to make court appearances.A  The article provides departments and officers a step by step approach in preparing for such court appearances. Increasingly, Courts and the public are questioning not only training requirements of the officers but operation of the systems in accordance with the Operatora€™s Manual of the specific radar or laser system.
Texas Transportation Institute, University of Nebraska, and the University of Kansas as reported in other national studies.
Performance standards of radar and laser systems must comply with the following federal documents:A  DOT HS 809 812 for radar and DOT HS 809 811 for laser.



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