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Totality of the circumstances: In the eye of the beholder - 05/24/2010
Totality of the circumstances: In the eye of the beholder

Officers in certain jurisdictions could reasonably draw their guns on traffic stops as a matter of course, while to do that in other locations would get a beef filed on you. So, what is ‘reasonable?’

 
4 things to say in your victim impact statement - 05/24/2010
4 things to say in your victim impact statement

Every state has guidelines — or statutory requirements — for treatment of crime victims, including the opportunity to make a statement about the case during proceedings. But what if that victim ...

 
Ode to the career of a law officer: "We" - 05/20/2010
Ode to the career of a law officer:

We are known by many names: police officer, trooper, marshal, sheriff, agent, inspector, and others. We are different, yet the same. We all took the blood oath, we all step to the beat of the ...

 
Winning the war of attrition in your law enforcement career - 05/20/2010
Winning the war of attrition in your law enforcement career

Five tips that can help you maintain a positive, successful career as a cop for many years

 
Maritime terrorism and American policing - 05/19/2010
Maritime terrorism and American policing

Our shores and our waterways are America’s largest — and least protected — border, with more than 12,383 miles of coastline on the Atlantic, the Pacific, and the Arctic Oceans (Alaska has 5,580 ...

 
The warrior and the merchant: Define who you are - 05/17/2010
The warrior and the merchant: Define who you are

"They don’t pay me enough to do this $#!t!" A merchant is one whose occupation "may include barter where money is not exchanged but a profit or equal value is made in terms of value." A warrior, ...

 
What terrorist watch list? - 05/17/2010
What terrorist watch list?

Can you quickly verify a "John Smith" in the United States without prior intelligence? Probably not. How useful is a name when 20,000 people have it? We need to stop apologizing for profiling ...

 
Cops and kids: 3 keys to dealing with "out of control" children - 05/14/2010
Cops and kids: 3 keys to dealing with

Many parents just don’t know how to deal with an unruly or uncooperative child — all too often, that responsibility falls to police

 
P1 First Person: 2010 Memorial Prayer - 05/13/2010
P1 First Person: 2010 Memorial Prayer

This week's featured PoliceOne First Person essay is from P1 Member Stephen M. Carroll of the Brownsburg Police Department, who offers a wonderful Memorial Prayer.

 
Actions lie louder than words - 05/12/2010
Actions lie louder than words

Anyone schooled in reading behavioral indicators learns that increased face touching is often an indication of lying. But why? Why is the face touched more just before, during, and/or immediately ...

 
A poem for Police Week: "Killed in the Line of Duty" - 05/10/2010
A poem for Police Week:

As we commemorate National Police Week and solemnly remember those who have been killed in the line of duty, we present this memorial poem by PoliceOne Columnist Dan Marcou.

 
Ambush: Fighting your way through hell - 05/10/2010
Ambush: Fighting your way through hell

Reclaim the element of surprise — attack the ambush!

 
Calif. police snipers end deadly standoff - 05/10/2010
Calif. police snipers end deadly standoff

After a 30-hour standoff, Contra Costa County (Calif.) Sheriff's Officers observed the 20-year-old suspect pointing a handgun at the head of his own mother as she knelt in front of him. Two snipers ...

 
A.G. discusses changes to Miranda for terror suspects - 05/09/2010
A.G. discusses changes to Miranda for terror suspects

Speaking Sunday on ABC's "This Week," Attorney General Eric Holder says modifying the public safety exception may be considered.

 
P1 First Person: Cuffing Under Power - 05/06/2010
P1 First Person: Cuffing Under Power

This week's featured PoliceOne First Person essay is from P1 Member Ed Flosi, a Sergeant with the San Jose (Calif.) Police Department.

 

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