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Jails are the Jihadist jack-in-the-box - 08/24/2010
Jails are the Jihadist jack-in-the-box

James Cromitie, the apparent ringleader of the Newburgh Four, was raised as a Muslim — the other three men converted to Islam in prison. They reportedly met in a mosque and bonded over the fact ...

 
Lessons learned from the Newburgh plot - 08/23/2010
Lessons learned from the Newburgh plot

Look at the Newburgh case and you'll find good, old-fashioned police work that involved intelligence, courage, ingenuity, and dogged effort on the part of many agencies.

 
Learning from the infiltration of the 'Newburgh four' - 08/23/2010
Learning from the infiltration of the 'Newburgh four'

FBI confidential informant Shahed Hussain — code-named Malik — was an invaluable asset to law enforcement’s takedown of four would-be radical Islamist terrorists.

 
The role of police air units in domestic counterterrorism - 08/23/2010
The role of police air units in domestic counterterrorism

Airborne patrols can be discreet — working in more of an observation and detection role — or the patrols can be very active and visible in a deterrence role.

 
10 reasons a PWC can work for your PD - 08/20/2010
10 reasons a PWC can work for your PD

While personal watercraft will never meet the needs of every department or every scenario, they are proven to be effective as maritime patrol vessels.

 
Rediscovering the joy in the job - 08/19/2010
Rediscovering the joy in the job

Sometimes, the idea of moving "up" in a law enforcement career is an illusion that distracts officers from moving ahead in their career. Sometimes the thing to do is an honest self-examination.

 
Leadership in law enforcement is not about rank - 08/19/2010
Leadership in law enforcement is not about rank

Leadership is about action and interaction. It's about doing what’s right, not what’s popular. Perhaps most the most important lesson to be learned is that everyone in an organization is in a ...

 
Hezbollah, Latin America, and the perceived threat to U.S. security - 08/19/2010
Hezbollah, Latin America, and the perceived threat to U.S. security

Hezbollah probably understands that a serious terrorist attack or series of attacks on U.S. soil could result the type of military campaign launched against al Qaeda — and Lebanon is far easier ...

 
Firearms and the female officer: Concealment holsters, front and center - 08/18/2010
Firearms and the female officer: Concealment holsters, front and center

Having a gun rest exactly in a close-to-dead-center hip location can be annoying enough to cause all kinds of issues for the wearer.

 
Intersections: Training to combat the enemy in waiting - 08/16/2010
Intersections: Training to combat the enemy in waiting

While the tragedies with intersections and driving have been well documented, there is also some good news: There are some excellent police trainers working tirelessly on new programs that combat ...

 
Hate groups' threat to officer safety - 08/15/2010
Hate groups' threat to officer safety

Some estimates indicate that at least 100 new hate-based militia groups have sprung up since 2008. Cops should deal with each group uniquely, based on the group's beliefs, philosophies, and past ...

 
Reducing the dangers of lone-officer contacts - 08/14/2010
Reducing the dangers of lone-officer contacts

When your nearest backup is 30 minutes away, every contact has the potential to be deadly. As the lone officer on a scene, you need to control all aspects of contact and leave no room for tactical ...

 
Relevant and realistic firearms training on a tight budget - 08/12/2010
Relevant and realistic firearms training on a tight budget

By constantly visualizing, reading, and listening, you can get the most out of your force-on-force training investment when you get there.

 
Bikers taunt Wash. trooper who wrecked - 08/12/2010
Bikers taunt Wash. trooper who wrecked

Because of budget cuts, not every trooper in Washington State has a dash cam in his vehicle. Trooper Brian Salyer, a 22-year veteran, is among those who was without this vital technology at a ...

 
Pitfalls for police officers on Facebook - 08/11/2010
Pitfalls for police officers on Facebook

Police departments across the country are looking to implement departmental policies on officer use of social network sites. Others, like the City of Utica Police Department and the Minneapolis ...

 

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