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What does the Bryan v. City of Coronado decision mean? - 03/24/2010
What does the Bryan v. City of Coronado decision mean?

Officers must understand the seriousness of their actions after a use-of-force incident — it's critical to write a report that clearly articulates the threat.

 
Police body armor: More .06 on the horizon - 03/23/2010
Police body armor: More .06 on the horizon

Despite industry tumult and uncertainty over the comfort of new .06 vests, ballistic protection is saving the lives of officers around the country.

 
6 keys to injury prevention during simulation training - 03/23/2010
6 keys to injury prevention during simulation training

Larry Nadeau's "Force Relation to Target" concept remains an excellent guide to keep your DT training safe.

 
SWAT vehicles: The police driving challenge - 03/22/2010
SWAT vehicles: The police driving challenge

Every law enforcer should have some level of knowledge about their agency's SWAT vehicles, particularlly the unique driving characteristics and the unique capabilities they bring to the profession.

 
Interdiction isn’t just for drugs anymore - 03/22/2010
Interdiction isn’t just for drugs anymore

Child porn, pirated software, and other digital contraband is being concealed in vehicles and covertly transported across the county. Shipments of body armor, police badges, and handcuffs, as ...

 
Oakland ambush one year later: Remembering the fallen - 03/19/2010
Oakland ambush one year later: Remembering the fallen

On March 21, 2009 a 26-year-old paroled felon and rape suspect murdered four courageous Oakland Police Officers. PoliceOne recognizes this solemn anniversary with some words from a small handful ...

 
Mind control: Asking the magic questions - 03/18/2010
Mind control: Asking the magic questions

Active listening is one of the most important communication skills a cop can have — in fact, it’s a skill I’ll write about in a future column. A big part of what makes listening active is the ...

 
Analyzing and defining terrorist acts - 03/18/2010
Analyzing and defining terrorist acts

What types of attacks should be considered terrorism?

 
Police negotiators are black belts in dialog - 03/17/2010
Police negotiators are black belts in dialog

Sun Tsu said, “Opportunities multiply as they are seized.” A tactical team should have the opportunity to expertly apply any level of force on every call-out, and one important option guide is ...

 
FCC proposes a $16 billion data plan for cops - 03/16/2010
FCC proposes a $16 billion data plan for cops

Chief William Bratton, LAPD (ret.), in an exclusive interview with PoliceOne ,says of the effort to build a nationwide public safety wireless broadband network, “If we don’t get that D-Block ...

 
Training to enhance tactical situational awareness - 03/15/2010
Training to enhance tactical situational awareness

Repetition in training develops memory — memory fosters confidence, decisiveness, and decision-making speed in combat

 
Financial tips for starting a police family - 03/15/2010
Financial tips for starting a police family

The time to start thinking about your finances as they relate to your children is before they’re even born.

 
Prone subjects: Deadly in an instant - 03/12/2010
Prone subjects: Deadly in an instant

A suspect on the ground is prone with his hands tucked under his body. What’s hidden in those hands? If it’s a gun, how fast can he twist and shoot as you’re approaching him? The short answer ...

 
Issue handguns: One size doesn’t fit all - 03/12/2010
Issue handguns: One size doesn’t fit all

High capacity pistols with double stack magazines and wide grip frames can cause officers who have smaller hands to find it difficult to obtain a proper grip (with the web between the thumb and ...

 
P1 First Person: The "Other Court" - 03/11/2010
P1 First Person: The

This week's featured P1 First Person essay is from PoliceOne Contributor Jim Guffey, who weighs in on the controversial announcement late last year by TASER International.

 

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