Make this page my home page
  1. Drag the home icon in this panel and drop it onto the "house icon" in the tool bar for the browser

  2. Select "Yes" from the popup window and you're done!

PoliceOne Exclusive Articles Archive

All Exclusives

The long-term evolution of public safety communications - 09/07/2010
The long-term evolution of public safety communications

Public safety organizations have endorsed LTE as the next generation of wireless technology for use in the 700 MHz public safety spectrum — so what, exactly, is LTE?

 
The 'avoidable' arrest and the issue of race - 09/06/2010
The 'avoidable' arrest and the issue of race

What the Gates/Crowley incident really says about our willingness to stop and learn something during our 'teachable moments'.

 
Detention, reasonable suspicion, and the 4th Amendment - 09/06/2010
Detention, reasonable suspicion, and the 4th Amendment

An officer, absent consent, may only pat/frisk search a person if there is reasonable suspicion to detain and reasonable suspicion to believe they are armed and dangerous.

 
Debunking the myth of 'customer service' in law enforcement - 09/03/2010
Debunking the myth of 'customer service' in law enforcement

Treating our 'customers' with dignity and respect is a laudable, achievable goal — but the traditional concepts of customer service just don't apply to cops.

 
Know what to do when you hear, 'It's a bomb!' - 09/03/2010
Know what to do when you hear, 'It's a bomb!'

The “Five Cs” of the first responder in these cases are Confirm, Clear, Cordon, Check, and Control.

 
A madman's manifesto: 'The planet does not need humans' - 09/01/2010
A madman's manifesto: 'The planet does not need humans'

James Lee reportedly wrote that 'Humans are the most destructive, filthy, pollutive creatures around and are wrecking what's left of the planet.'

 
Fatal Alaska ambush witnessed by one cop's family - 08/30/2010
Fatal Alaska ambush witnessed by one cop's family

Sgt. Tony Wallace and Officer Matt Tokuoka were ambushed by a 45-year-old Hoonah resident identified as John Marvin Jr.

 
A bad day for SWAT, a deadly day for hostages - 08/28/2010
A bad day for SWAT, a deadly day for hostages

It is painfully apparent that the Manila SWAT unit lacked the experience, equipment, and training to conduct effective hostage-rescue operations, a common problem in the developing world

 
P1 First Person: How "they" shoot you! - 08/27/2010
P1 First Person: How

This week’s essay comes from PoliceOne Member W. Hock Hochheim, a retired Texas police officer who teaches hand, stick, knife and gun tactics.

 
Going home rituals for cops - 08/26/2010
Going home rituals for cops

Don't expect your family to always adjust to you — you have to make allowances for them as well.

 
Your duty gear does not include personal political opinion - 08/25/2010
Your duty gear does not include personal political opinion

When a rally can become a riot, police officers are the men and women in the middle, protecting demonstrators’ right to assemble and maintaining peace in the community.

 
Warrantless GPS tracker evidence excluded - 08/25/2010
Warrantless GPS tracker evidence excluded

A decision by a DC appeals court stops warrantless placement of a GPS tracking device on a car and sets up the possibility of a United States Supreme Court case.

 
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.

 

Previous  1...92939495969798...121 Next 

Most Popular

PoliceOne Newsletter

Today's Top Stories

Sunday, September 21, 2014
All of Today's News

Discuss The News

PoliceOne News and Current Events Forum
More Forums

News from Cops for Cops

More News from Cops for Cops... Submit News

Officer Down

All Officer Downs Submit an Officer Down

Featured Columnist

Ken Wallentine Law Enforcement and the Law
with Ken Wallentine
How the SCOTUS cell phone ruling happened (and 4 key lessons)