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10 years after 9/11: Police counterterrorism, then and now - 09/11/2011
10 years after 9/11: Police counterterrorism, then and now

Terrorists will continue to refine their tactics and improve their operational capabilities, so pretty soon we’re not going to have much of that 'luck' left to rely upon.

 
10 years afer 9/11: Reluctant heroes - 09/10/2011
10 years afer 9/11: Reluctant heroes

While some public safety personnel just eat up the hero-worship stuff, others are uncomfortable with all the attention and just want their life back

 
10 years after 9/11: The last casualties - 09/09/2011
10 years after 9/11: The last casualties

Those surviving a terrorist’s attack are the intended target — the dead and the maimed are the terrorist’s weapons of choice

 
Police officers' names on the 9/11 Memorial - 09/09/2011
Police officers' names on the 9/11 Memorial

Mayor Bloomberg refuses to recognize the heroics of our police officers, firefighters, and EMTs... but nature hates a vacuum and I am deeply proud to salute you all

 
Keep your personal information out of online databases - 09/08/2011
Keep your personal information out of online databases

The problem of keeping your private information private has been aggravated recently by the hacking of law enforcement networks

 
10 years after 9/11: Touched by terrorism - 09/07/2011
10 years after 9/11: Touched by terrorism

Each of us has been touched in some way by 9/11 — for some it’s nothing more than security delays at the airport but for cops it has changed how we do our job.

 
One retired NYPD cop's tragic 9/11 loss - 09/07/2011
One retired NYPD cop's tragic 9/11 loss

On September 11, 2001, retired NYPD Officer Arnold Roma responded and was in the South Tower when it fell. His son, Keith, was in the North Tower. Arnie lived, but Keith, tragically, did not. ...

 
Ambien is a defense against a death penalty conviction? - 09/06/2011
Ambien is a defense against a death penalty conviction?

Robert Kenneth Stewart, the active shooter of Carthage and a killer of eight elderly innocents, avoids the death penalty.

 
2011 World Police & Fire Games: Camaraderie and competition - 09/06/2011
2011 World Police & Fire Games: Camaraderie and competition

Despite the short-term damper of Hurricane Irene, and a handful of glitches, miscues, and planning-related issues, the competition and the competitors were first class all the way.

 
American LEOs try to keep NY cop killer behind bars - 09/03/2011
American LEOs try to keep NY cop killer behind bars

For the rest of his days on earth, whatever sunlight Anthony Blanks is allowed to see should cast the shadows of bars across his face.

 
Brain plasticity: A whole new idea for cops - 09/02/2011
Brain plasticity: A whole new idea for cops

Recent brain research has tremendous impact in the way officers can now train and increase the power of their brains.

 
10 years after 9/11: The cult of hate has a long history - 09/02/2011
10 years after 9/11: The cult of hate has a long history

As we mourn those lost and eulogize the heroes, we must not forget that a terrorist culture exists, regardless of race, religion, or national identity

 
7 training tips to survive your technology - 09/01/2011
7 training tips to survive your technology

Operate the technology in short bursts, pausing regularly to take the time to refocus, observe, and analyze your environment to assess changes and identify dangers.

 
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

 

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