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Traffic stops: 2 tips for questioning subjects - 09/01/2011
Traffic stops: 2 tips for questioning subjects

Take note of the timing of a subject’s answers and figure out whether he’s just a fast talker or is there a deceptive strategy in play.

 
Fallen heroes: How familiar turned fatal in South Dakota - 08/31/2011
Fallen heroes: How familiar turned fatal in South Dakota

When three officers approached four subjects on a street corner, they had no way of knowing that one of them — 22-year-old Daniel Tiger — was a fugitive

 
10 years after 9/11: Living with the sacrifice - 08/30/2011
10 years after 9/11: Living with the sacrifice

Every officer lives with the sacrifice made on Sept. 11. Thieves and terrorists are both willing kill innocents and officers, but terrorists have an agenda in their slaugher. Sept. 11 taught ...

 
Crowd Control: Preventing a deadly human tsunami - 08/29/2011
Crowd Control: Preventing a deadly human tsunami

It is critical to understand that anytime you are working an event where large groups of people are in attendance, there is a danger of a fatal crush.

 
Emergency interoperability on wheels - 08/29/2011
Emergency interoperability on wheels

The Cisco NERV uses an IP-based network foundation, and meets or exceeds the National Incident Management System (NIMS) standards for type II mobile communication centers.

 
Security flaws found in Project 25 mobile radios - 08/29/2011
Security flaws found in Project 25 mobile radios

Many users don’t know how to use encryption, and radios can be jammed with a child’s toy.

 
IBM supercomputers help law enforcement - 08/29/2011
IBM supercomputers help law enforcement

The Intelligent Operations Center combines technologies acquired by IBM in recent acquisitions with the company’s own analytics technologies created in collaboration with cities around the world.

 
Firearms training: Shoot to thrill or teach the skill? - 08/26/2011
Firearms training: Shoot to thrill or teach the skill?

Do firearms instructors have the right and privilege of discharging several hundred rounds during the course of instruction?

 
P1 First Person: Targeted firearms training - 08/26/2011
P1 First Person: Targeted firearms training

Providing firearms training once or twice a year should no longer be viewed as acceptable in our profession.

 
Limitations of the solo-officer 'dual force' tactic - 08/25/2011
Limitations of the solo-officer 'dual force' tactic

As a field supervisor I have seen some good applications of “dual force” that turned out very well and I have seen some bad applications

 
Police training in the year 2056 - 08/25/2011
Police training in the year 2056

I wonder if by 2056 we’ll still be training young police officers by making them sit on their behinds for hours watching images on a screen or listening to uninspired lectures.

 
10 years after 9/11: Striving to save our 9/11 heroes - 08/25/2011
10 years after 9/11: Striving to save our 9/11 heroes

That day the President was surrounded by men and woman whom volunteered to conduct rescue and recovery operations at ground zero.

 
Tactical EMS in the 'hot zone' - 08/23/2011
Tactical EMS in the 'hot zone'

During high-risk and tactical operations, it has become necessary to have medically-trained individuals present during the maneuver.

 
Legal implications of an OIS under hypoglycemic shock - 08/22/2011
Legal implications of an OIS under hypoglycemic shock

A bizarre officer-involved shooting — and a recent court decision associated with it — stirs controversy. The officer who pulled the trigger has gotten a break from the U.S. Court of Appeals ...

 
Helping your fellow cop... with words - 08/21/2011
Helping your fellow cop... with words

The best law enforcement relationships are built on absolute trust, total candor, and a true dedication to keeping each other safe.

 

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