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P1 First Person: Policing the Police - 01/07/2010
P1 First Person: Policing the Police

Why does the mainstream media not bring to light the desire of the overwhelming majority of officers to rid the ranks of criminals? We know the answer: money.

 
Attention California felons: Get your body armor while you can - 01/04/2010
Attention California felons: Get your body armor while you can

California Penal Code section 12370 makes it a felony for a convicted felon to "purchase, own, or possess body armor," but in a feat of sophistry the California Court of Appeals has ruled that ...

 
Hitler's back porch and the problem of ethics - 12/28/2009
Hitler's back porch and the problem of ethics

What does Eagle’s Nest have to do with anything related to law enforcement? From a purely technical standpoint, nothing, but let’s contemplate the connection as we explore a little history and ...

 
Officers Down: The decade that was 2000 to 2009 - 12/23/2009
Officers Down: The decade that was 2000 to 2009

As we close this year and this decade, we naturally reflect on the past in an effort to prepare for the future. According to ODMP, 1644 law enforcement officers have perished in the line of duty ...

 
2009 and the tipping point of trust - 12/23/2009
2009 and the tipping point of trust

Freedom is dependent upon trust. I have to trust you, you me, you and me our government. The tipping point of trust — whether we’re gaining or losing it as a nation — is rapidly approaching if ...

 
A Christmas greeting from a Santa named Steve - 12/23/2009
A Christmas greeting from a Santa named Steve

Steve was driving, on the wrong side of the street, then the lights of the squad allowed them to meet. As Steve was arrested for his 5th DUI he proclaimed, “I had to drive, I was too drunk to fly.”

 
Tech 2009: The year in review and the years to come - 12/22/2009
Tech 2009: The year in review and the years to come

The final year of the decade promised to be one of the busiest in history for police technology, and that turned out to be exactly what we got. Here is just a small selection of the milestone ...

 
Technology could be the death of us all - 12/22/2009
Technology could be the death of us all

I believe technology has created its own set of security and safety issues for the street officer. Our squad cars today are not really patrol cars they are mini-offices and rolling admin centers.

 
A decade of evolution in police counterterrorism operations - 12/21/2009
A decade of evolution in police counterterrorism operations

U.S. counterterrorism operations have evolved over the past 10 years. The creation of DHS and the allocation of more funds for state and local authorities has helped, but law enforcement agencies ...

 
A police officer's Christmas message - 12/18/2009
A police officer's Christmas message

This holiday season, the children, the wives, the parents, and families of too many American Warriors will gather with heavy hearts and reflect on the lives of the men and women they loved so dearly.

 
2009: A tale of two trends in officer safety - 12/18/2009
2009: A tale of two trends in officer safety

Looking at officer safety in 2009 reveals a real tale of two trends. The encouraging decline in traffic-related deaths is mitigated by a disturbing increase in the number of officers who have ...

 
For one Cincinnati cop, a $200 purchase proves priceless - 12/17/2009
For one Cincinnati cop, a $200 purchase proves priceless

Officer Dan Kowalski's experience will give him a great "war story" to tell for many years to come, as well as an eye-opening visual aid for anyone who doubts his veracity.

 
Yesterday, today, tomorrow: Changes in police careers over the years - 12/17/2009
Yesterday, today, tomorrow: Changes in police careers over the years

As part of its collection of year-end columns for 2009, PoliceOne asked me to write about changes in the career paths of people becoming police officers today as opposed to a decade ago, as well ...

 
Modified interval training for a fast but effective workout - 12/17/2009
Modified interval training for a fast but effective workout

Police officers don’t do enough exercise. Given the different diseases we’re susceptible to — diabetes, stroke and heart attack to name a few — it seems to me that across the board all officers ...

 
P1 First Person: There is Hope in the World - 12/17/2009
P1 First Person: There is Hope in the World

This week's First Person essay comes from PoliceOne Member Captain John K. Groves of the Pulaski County (Mo.) Sheriff’s Department, whose story of a little boy's belief in police officers is ...

 

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