Ill. Police Using E-Mail For Public Crime Alerts

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Police in Highland Park, Ill., can send e-mails to hundreds of people on their personal computers, cell phones, or electronic organizers, alerting them to everything from road closures to terror alerts, reports the Chicago Tribune. More than 660 people, including about 80 police employees, have registered to receive the free e-mail alerts since the system
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