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study Sending SMS common A study by the Japanese National Police Agency on rate of accidents when using a cellular device revealed that 32 per cent of the crashes occurred while dialling, 42 per cent while answering, 20 per cent while talking and 6 per cent as they are hanging up.
In its continuous efforts to reduce traffic accidents through the use of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) recently developed an onboard navigation system compatible with the vehicle-infrastructure cooperative Driving Safety Support System (DSSS), to be launched by the Japanese National Police Agency in Japan.
The Japanese National Police Agency has officially confirmed 3,771 deaths, 2,044 injuries, and 7,843 people missing across 16 prefectures.
According to DEA and the Japanese National Police Agency, there is no evidence that methamphetamine or any other synthetic drug abused in Japan is manufactured domestically.
Drawing on the Japanese National Police Agency as a model, the drafting of a plan for a Thailand National Police Office has recently been completed.
Yakusa activities stimulated much concern in US police circles and a joint task force was established from the US law enforcement officers and the Japanese National Police Agency.
The Japanese National Police Agency has Selected Bruker's micrOTOF[TM]-II ESI-TOF Mass Spectrometers for Exact Mass Analysis at its Forensic Laboratories BILLERICA, Mass.
The Japanese National Police Agency decided to dispatch members of its revamped Terrorism Response Team, or TRT-2, to Amman and nearby areas to try to find ways to negotiate Koda's release with his captors, a senior agency official said.