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P1 First Person: Feeling the Heat in Blythe, Calif. - 12/10/2009
P1 First Person: Feeling the Heat in Blythe, Calif.

This week's First Person essay comes from PoliceOne Member Dave Hollenbeck, a California Highway Patrol Officer who recalls an incident when the temperature in Blythe, Calif. "was a relatively ...

 
Firearms training: Our attitudes need to change - 12/10/2009
Firearms training: Our attitudes need to change

An FBI study found that many, if not most, of the offenders we face start to carry firearms by the time they are 12-years-old, and are armed "most of the time" at approximately 17-years-old. ...

 
2009: The year of Hasans, Huckabees, and Heroes - 12/09/2009
2009: The year of Hasans, Huckabees, and Heroes

This year, like every other, brought instances of treacherous evil and great heroism — the cowardly deeds of criminals and acts of valor by those who wear a badge and a gun. As I reflect on 2009, ...

 
A decade of challenges and changes in communications - 12/08/2009
A decade of challenges and changes in communications

We’ve come a long way in the last decade but public safety is still far behind in communications functionality. Let's reflect on the challenges and changes made in land mobile radio, mobile data ...

 
Recalling momentary lapses in judgment - 12/07/2009
Recalling momentary lapses in judgment

Back in "the old days" cops were always doing stupid things with guns. As a group we seem to be better behaved, or maybe I'm just far enough removed from the road to not hear the best stories.

 
Trends to watch in 2010 and beyond - 12/07/2009
Trends to watch in 2010 and beyond

"Change is the law of life." The most successful police agencies in 2010 and beyond will be those that adapt and change rapidly, embrace technology and analyze emerging trends in their communities.

 
Keys to staying vigilant without being paranoid - 12/04/2009
Keys to staying vigilant without being paranoid

The science of situational awareness: A human being's control of attention and concentration is so important that the brain has an entire neural network devoted to it.

 
P1 First Person: Where Do I Get My New Playbook? - 12/03/2009
P1 First Person: Where Do I Get My New Playbook?

This week's First Person essay comes from Deputy Beth Lavin of the King County Sheriff’s Office, who shares her thoughts and feelings just days after four Lakewood officers were murdered.

 
Anything can happen, anytime: The non-routine traffic stop - 12/03/2009
Anything can happen, anytime: The non-routine traffic stop

Officers Thad Baldwin and Jon Wenger of the La Crosse, Wisc. Police Department say that training and teamwork were keys to winning — not just surviving — a critical incident during a "routine" ...

 
Officer Benjamin Kelly: The mindset to win a split-second confrontation - 12/02/2009
Officer Benjamin Kelly: The mindset to win a split-second confrontation

The Seattle Times wrote that Seattle Police Officer Benjamin Kelly is "fortunate to be alive." I beg to differ. Officer Kelly is alive because he trusted his instincts, employed his training, ...

 
PoliceOne Analysis: Rendering criminal assistance in the state of Washington - 12/02/2009
PoliceOne Analysis: Rendering criminal assistance in the state of Washington

The murder of four Lakewood police officers is a tragedy of epic proportions. The professionalism and commitment of the responding officers led to this killer's demise. It also led to Clemmons' ...

 
Are America's officers at war? - 12/01/2009
Are America's officers at war?

Who is "hating the cops" and why? Based on analysis of news reports and blogs, the primary instigators are anarchists, activists, attorneys, academicians, and arrested persons' relatives.

 
Ambush in Lakewood: God bless these fallen peacekeepers - 11/30/2009
Ambush in Lakewood: God bless these fallen peacekeepers

Warrants for first-degree murder have been issued against the suspect, identified as career criminal Maurice Clemmons. A lengthy sentence he was serving in Arkansas was commuted by then Governor ...

 
When insanity rules and 'understanding' trumps condemnation - 11/29/2009
When insanity rules and 'understanding' trumps condemnation

Four peacekeepers murdered in a Seattle suburb considered to be a model of diversity, compassion, and understanding. The media will try to understand the murderous miscreant. It is time to stop ...

 
A SWAT officer’s guide to tactical leadership - 11/25/2009
A SWAT officer’s guide to tactical leadership

Remember these principles to command by and enjoy your unit’s success

 

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