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Media strategies following use-of-force incidents - 02/24/2010
 Media strategies following use-of-force incidents

Police officers should avoid press accounts of their justifiable use-of-force incidents, even if their public information officers are getting the facts to the news media in as quickly as possible.

 
Should cops be required to submit DNA samples? - 02/24/2010
Should cops be required to submit DNA samples?

Providing DNA samples as a condition of employment is not yet an issue in law enforcement, but we ought to contemplate the ramifications should that day arrive.

 
SaaS technology helps mid-sized Ky. PD fight crime - 02/23/2010
SaaS technology helps mid-sized Ky. PD fight crime

Police officers are constantly collecting information — the difficulty lies in effectively using that information over time. One Web-based information sharing solution can help fix that problem.

 
Decoding the mystery of video codecs - 02/23/2010
Decoding the mystery of video codecs

There are plenty of different types of surveillance video cameras, and they produce different types of data files. Here are a few things you need to know about video and audio codecs.

 
Why are so many older cops being killed? - 02/22/2010
Why are so many older cops being killed?

Applying the law of large numbers to recent officer fatalities may reveal a disturbing trend — at the very least it makes us stop and think.

 
Communication skills and your survival - 02/22/2010
Communication skills and your survival

Are you an effective communicator? Why aren’t you better? Learning how to communicate effectively is not difficult but few officers or agencies seem to make it a priority to master this most ...

 
P1 Interactive: What is terrorism? - 02/19/2010
P1 Interactive: What is terrorism?

Centennial Olympic Park, Oklahoma City, Fort Hood... the Unabomer, the Weathermen, the Army of God... terrorism in the United States is most often the work of domestic attackers, not foreign ones.

 
Turning testimony from stressful to successful - 02/19/2010
Turning testimony from stressful to successful

The baseline for all good witnesses is to just tell the truth — the benchmark for cops on the stand is that we're just doing our jobs.

 
Winning strategies for police promotional exams - 02/18/2010
Winning strategies for police promotional exams

One of the keys to winning that promotion is to prepare now for the test that hasn't even been scheduled yet

 
Firearms training: Shooting on the move - 02/18/2010
Firearms training: Shooting on the move

Smaller agencies under budget constraints are "doing more with less" and getting on board with mobile shooting ranges.

 
P1 First Person: Sometimes, the Grass Really is Greener - 02/18/2010
P1 First Person: Sometimes, the Grass Really is Greener

This week's featured P1 First Person essay is from PoliceOne Member Michael Grassi, an officer with the Mahwah (New Jersey) Police Department, who was inspired to write as he sat in a recent ...

 
Keeping your less lethal options open - 02/16/2010
Keeping your less lethal options open

Less lethal weapons and training are always improving, and in generations to come, we'll have new tools and resources.

 
On texting while driving: A trainer’s perspective - 02/16/2010
On texting while driving: A trainer’s perspective

A decade ago many of us faced the issue of having a mobile data terminal. Today the items that could take our attention away from the road are even greater in number as well as in complexity.

 
Making the case for distance shooting - 02/12/2010
Making the case for distance shooting

Your sidearm will never be a carbine, but it will be there when you need it, provided you brought it in the first place and you have the skill to use it effectively.

 
P1 First Person: For Pat - 02/11/2010
P1 First Person: For Pat

This week's featured P1 First Person essay is from PoliceOne Contributor Duane Wolfe, who writes here about his feelings in the wake of a young officer's accidental off-duty death

 

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