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Pilots, truckers, and...cops? Why fatigue may be killing our decision-making - 03/23/2014
Pilots, truckers, and...cops? Why fatigue may be killing our decision-making

Human performance factors such as reaction time and decision-making — areas of mutual concern for pilots, truckers, and cops — can potentially lead to errors with deadly consequences.

 
Why police families must live like there's 'no tomorrow' - 03/23/2014
Why police families must live like there's 'no tomorrow'

Many officers miss their children’s recitals, plays, and ball games because of work, but there are no do overs in life — you have the opportunity now to decide how you spend your time, so choose ...

 
What cops need to know about minor sex trade - 03/19/2014
What cops need to know about minor sex trade

Nationally, the average age at which DMST victims are introduced into prostitution is 13 years old.

 
Why SCOTUS won't issue a sweeping police cell phone search decision - 03/19/2014
Why SCOTUS won't issue a sweeping police cell phone search decision

What's reasonable and unreasonable when it comes to cell phone searches is being left up to the Supreme Court, but there are two very good reasons why it won't issue a sweeping decision.

 
5 training tips for "blue" gear on your duty belt - 03/17/2014
5 training tips for

A blue gun — a plastic or metal replica of your sidearm, regardless of color — is an essential part of your daily training kit. Carry a TASER? You need a blue TASER, too.

 
Shooting skills and the seductress of 'fast-food training' - 03/17/2014
Shooting skills and the seductress of 'fast-food training'

The Internet can be a great resource from which you may gain knowledge, but you cannot replace top-quality real-world firearms training.

 
15 'big ideas' for stopping school massacres - 03/14/2014
15 'big ideas' for stopping school massacres

Quick: What is 'the one big idea' you've had — or heard — which would help significantly reduce the severity and frequency of active murderers in American schools? Got one?

 
'Rocking' the cops: Assault by any other name is still assault - 03/14/2014
'Rocking' the cops: Assault by any other name is still assault

Police professionals know about the consequences of even small head wounds — none of which are pleasant — but Border Patrol agents may know best about a rock’s impact with the head

 
How to change culture in your police department - 03/13/2014
How to change culture in your police department

Creating a culture of change is about developing a shared sensed of destiny — and enrolling others in those efforts — so they see their interests as being aligned with the organization.

 
10 signs you're a small town cop - 03/13/2014
10 signs you're a small town cop

For all you city boys and girls who can’t imagine what it’s like being a local, I’ve compiled a short list for your reference.

 
Firearms Review: The Mossberg 715T is a Plinkster in a sheepdog's clothing - 03/11/2014
Firearms Review: The Mossberg 715T is a Plinkster in a sheepdog's clothing

This is the kind of rifle that can provide for a very productive afternoon at the range and has the potential to be a serious LE training tool.

 
300 Blackout: If the .223 Remington and the 7.62x39 had a baby - 03/11/2014
300 Blackout: If the .223 Remington and the 7.62x39 had a baby

The 300 AAC Blackout uses a .308" diameter bullet and can be loaded with a great variety of projectiles

 
Downrange EMS: Critical care when the scene isn't safe - 03/10/2014
Downrange EMS: Critical care when the scene isn't safe

Although many EMS staff feel we should never operate in an active shooter environment until police have removed the threat, delay places the wounded at greater risk.

 
Off-duty hero Frank Pobjecky takes aim at elected office - 03/10/2014
Off-duty hero Frank Pobjecky takes aim at elected office

When people ask Frank Pobjecky — a deputy for the Winnebago County (Ill.) Sheriff's Department and a candidate for Sheriff — how someone so young can be Sheriff he answers "I have had experiences ...

 
How my 3 sons made me wear my vest - 03/10/2014
How my 3 sons made me wear my vest

What started out as a simple questionnaire to ensure that I wore my bullet-resistant vest at work turned into a message of love from my three young sons.

 

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