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10 years after 9/11: Terrorism lessons we (should have) learned - 08/21/2011
10 years after 9/11: Terrorism lessons we (should have) learned

As we approach the 10th anniversary of our nation’s most costly terrorist attack, we must ask ourselves if we have learned all we should have — all we could have from the terrible lessons these ...

 
Putting cuffs on a sleeping giant - 08/20/2011
Putting cuffs on a sleeping giant

There are a few little sayings that I try to teach my students regarding officer safety, and one of them is “let sleeping giants sleep”

 
The reserve officer's role in law enforcement - 08/18/2011
The reserve officer's role in law enforcement

Maligned by some cops, warmly welcomed by others, reserve police officers are 'extreme volunteers' whose contributions to their communities are becoming increasingly visible.

 
How martial arts training can improve officer safety - 08/18/2011
How martial arts training can improve officer safety

There are many situations in which the application of skills learned in the martial arts can help to ensure that a police officer on the street makes it home at the end of the shift

 
Are you an expert K-9 handler? - 08/16/2011
Are you an expert K-9 handler?

According to new research from work performance guru Tony Schwartz and the Harvard Business Review, no, you’re not (and not by a long shot)

 
Firearms training: Mastering the basics - 08/15/2011
Firearms training: Mastering the basics

When you practice, you need to do it in a combat fashion with a combat mindset.

 
Deployment of the solo officer 'dual force' tactic - 08/11/2011
Deployment of the solo officer 'dual force' tactic

Exploring some positives and negatives of 'dual force' tactics

 
APCO 2011: The latest on D-block allocation - 08/09/2011
APCO 2011: The latest on D-block allocation

With just a few legislative days remaining before the 10-year anniversary of 9/11, will legislation on D-Block allocation pass before that milestone?

 
Video: Improving your draw to win a gunfight - 08/08/2011
Video: Improving your draw to win a gunfight

Being able to draw and fire rapidly and accurately while under pressure can keep you alive.

 
Using social networking sites as an investigative tool - 08/05/2011
Using social networking sites as an investigative tool

Leverage the Internet to search beyond just “status updates” and messages — look for images, photographs, and captions, especially on Facebook, Twitpic and Flickr.

 
NLEOMF mid-year officer fatality report: The good, the bad, and the infuriating - 08/04/2011
NLEOMF mid-year officer fatality report: The good, the bad, and the infuriating

Traffic- and firearms-related fatalities accounted for 77 percent of all law enforcement fatalities in the first half of 2011.

 
P1 First Person: Realistic training versus required training - 08/04/2011
P1 First Person: Realistic training versus required training

PoliceOne "First Person" essays are the place where P1 Members and Columnists candidly share their own unique view of the world.

 
P1 Humor Corner: Old, new, borrowed, and blue - 08/04/2011
P1 Humor Corner: Old, new, borrowed, and blue

Enjoy this stuff in a secure, safe place, and then get yourself right back into condition yellow when you’re back out on patrol.

 
P1 Humor Corner: Police grants for celebrity busts - 08/04/2011
P1 Humor Corner: Police grants for celebrity busts

Typical police grants require mission statements, strategic plans, and project benefit analysis — not so with NCPGP.

 
Multi-agency SWAT callouts: Who's In charge? - 08/02/2011
Multi-agency SWAT callouts: Who's In charge?

Some say chiefs and sheriffs should not even be at the scene of SWAT actions, but that is wishful thinking and not happening in the real world.

 

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