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Some of the best things in life are free - 05/04/2010
Some of the best things in life are free

The High Risk Entry Facilities (HREF) at the Northeast Counterdrug Training Center offer world-class SWAT training for free to officers an agencies.

 
The explosive option for SWAT teams - 05/04/2010
The explosive option for SWAT teams

When it comes to high-risk tactical entries, the “explosive option” may be a better choice than mechanical, ballistic, or thermal breaching, but the tactic is very complex and requires extensive ...

 
Why do bad guys seem to do so well in gunfights? - 05/03/2010
Why do bad guys seem to do so well in gunfights?

Even if some violent criminals have a shooting, hunting, or military background, it is difficult to believe that the bulk of the “successful” offender events are the result of perpetrators’ diligent ...

 
Policing in the next decade: A conversation with Chief Bill Bratton - 04/30/2010
Policing in the next decade: A conversation with Chief Bill Bratton

In an exclusive, one-on-one interview, PoliceOne recently spoke with Chief Bill Bratton, the only person to have led both NYPD and LAPD, who retired from law enforcement after more than four ...

 
The ethical warrior: A Marine Corps model for cops - 04/30/2010
The ethical warrior: A Marine Corps model for cops

Physical and ethical training used by USMC may help officers confront, survive, and live with the realities of modern law enforcement.

 
P1 First Person: Positive Thinking and Overcoming Adversity - 04/29/2010
P1 First Person: Positive Thinking and Overcoming Adversity

This week's featured PoliceOne First Person essay is from P1 Member Steve Fish, an Officer with the Racine (Wis.) Police Department, whose tale of triumph in the face of adversity may inspire ...

 
Be ready for a battle in the courtroom - 04/28/2010
Be ready for a battle in the courtroom

To get a guilty verdict for a suspect in a drug interdiction case, be ready to withstand the scrutiny of the lawyers, judges, and possibly a liberal jury

 
Creating strategic alliances to combat crime - 04/27/2010
Creating strategic alliances to combat crime

A task force is an important weapon in the law enforcement arsenal — one key to a successful task force is writing a well-crafted Memorandum of Understanding.

 
Big busts in the 'burbs, part two - 04/27/2010
Big busts in the 'burbs, part two

Thinking big and taking the extra steps in rural policing can help your career, strengthen your PD, and lead to successful criminal investigations.

 
News from ILEETA 2010: Closing comments - 04/26/2010
News from ILEETA 2010: Closing comments

Here's what a handful of PoliceOne columnists, contributors, and contacts had to say about the recently 'wrapped' International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA) conference.

 
Intersections: An enemy in waiting - 04/26/2010
Intersections: An enemy in waiting

DOT says that 40 percent of all vehicle collisions occur in intersections — here are 12 tips, thoughts, and techniques to consider as you drive through the crossroads.

 
News from ILEETA: Update on active shooter response training - 04/23/2010
News from ILEETA: Update on active shooter response training

PoliceOne Columnist Dan Marcou delivered an outstanding talk on active shooter incidents, synthesizing and expanding upon his articles Five Phases of the Active Shooter and Three Dimensional ...

 
Three dimensional response to the active shooter response - 04/22/2010
Three dimensional response to the active shooter response

The third dimension — unarmed and the next target of an in progress shooter — is not a position you want to imagine yourself in. In a world that has produced the likes of Harris, Klebold, and ...

 
News from ILEETA: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow - 04/21/2010
News from ILEETA: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow

Afternoon sessions included an examination of off duty safety for officers and their families and a comparison of the Columbine and Virginia Tech incidents.

 
Detecting lies, reading people, and getting confessions - 04/21/2010
Detecting lies, reading people, and getting confessions

Communication skills are the most important skills for those in law enforcement to master.

 

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