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Product Review: Dell Latitude E6400 XFR - 11/19/2009
Product Review: Dell Latitude E6400 XFR

The Dell Latitude E6400 XFR survived the thermal shock and vibration tests without incident, and although the XFR appears to be resistant to an occasional spilled cup of French Roast, taking ...

 
P1 First Person: The TASER/ECD Mentality - 11/19/2009
P1 First Person: The TASER/ECD Mentality

A PoliceOne Member and former police officer, detective, and police academy director, offers his thoughts on the possibility that some officers might develop an over-reliance on one less lethal tool.

 
Ask a Grants Expert – November 2009 - 11/18/2009
Ask a Grants Expert – November 2009

We answer so many grant related questions from fellow law enforcement officers that we thought we’d start sharing some of their grant projects and our solutions on a monthly basis.

 
Finding and using untapped sources for criminal investigations - 11/18/2009
Finding and using untapped sources for criminal investigations

Disenfranchised people — whether they’re individuals or entire groups — can be excellent sources for your criminal investigations. When you do it right, a previously-ignored population can be ...

 
Milwaukee PD keeps up the heat on cold cases - 11/17/2009
Milwaukee PD keeps up the heat on cold cases

The Milwaukee Police Department's Homicide Task Force — formerly known as the Cold Case Homicide Unit — exemplifies the best in police work, according to local leadership, victims' families, ...

 
Recommended reading for street cops, from Dale Carnegie to Sun Tzu - 11/17/2009
Recommended reading for street cops, from Dale Carnegie to Sun Tzu

Most police officers have a tendency to read only those books that deal with police work itself. There's nothing wrong with that, but there wisdom hidden in other books that can make your life ...

 
Getting the best recruits to take your entry-level police exam - 11/17/2009
Getting the best recruits to take your entry-level police exam

While lowered department hiring standards across the nation are disheartening, there are untapped reservoirs of quality young men and women across the fruited plain who have what it takes to ...

 
Repeat your force-on-force training scenarios - 11/16/2009
Repeat your force-on-force training scenarios

Reality-based training requires a tightly-scripted scenario and role players who stick to the script. Role players can quickly figure out how to “win” a scenario, which is the opposite of what ...

 
When grannies attack: Seven lessons from a memorable call - 11/16/2009
When grannies attack: Seven lessons from a memorable call

Any decent cautionary tale it has two main purposes: to cause the reader to reflect on their own choices and habits in comparison, and to learn from the errors another has made so that you don't ...

 
Cover and concealment for the street cop - 11/13/2009
Cover and concealment for the street cop

You might feel safe hiding behind an object that totally conceals your location, but remember that a bad guy firing wildly through an object can hit you, even though they can’t actually see you.

 
A formula for trainers: Experience + Observation = Perception - 11/13/2009
A formula for trainers: Experience + Observation = Perception

Trainers must make sure the correct message gets across to the trainee. There are communication barriers that may prevent them from accurately understanding the information received by the senses, ...

 
What prevents young cops from training to win? - 11/12/2009
What prevents young cops from training to win?

Every generation has its pros and cons. I could write volumes about the rigidness of past generations, but I’ve noticed lately a troubling set of circumstances that prevent young cops from getting ...

 
P1 First Person: The Eyes of a Cop - 11/12/2009
P1 First Person: The Eyes of a Cop

A police officer views the world in the morality of rights and wrongs. This polarization will forever affect a police officer's view.

 
Recession? Ask a Vet... - 11/11/2009
Recession? Ask a Vet...

Ask any World War II veteran if he or she thinks our country is in a recession and after they get done chuckling, listen closely to their response.

 
On Veteran's Day, a special "thank you" - 11/11/2009
On Veteran's Day, a special

We should — actually, some of us do — pay tribute to our Veterans every day, not just on 11/11. None-the-less, we take a moment today to give special attention to our veterans — those brave men ...

 

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