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Arrogance and Ignorance, part 2 - 03/16/2009
Arrogance and Ignorance, part 2

PoliceOne recently launched a new series, “First Person," where P1 columnists and members candidly share their own unique cop’s-eye-view of the world. This week’s feature is Jim Glennon's follow-up ...

 
Putting a name and a face on UCR stats - 03/11/2009
Putting a name and a face on UCR stats

In December 2008 Bakersfield Police Officer Dennis Eddy returned to the streets just ten months after he was shot and lost part of his leg. Officer Eddy was struck twice by gunfire in a gang-infested ...

 
Proof is in the review - 03/04/2009
Proof is in the review

We go to great lengths to train ourselves how to respond under stress, how to protect ourselves when attacked by suspects, and how to protect them from harm when we take them into custody. When ...

 
“Community Oriented” SWAT - 02/27/2009
“Community Oriented” SWAT

Let me make something very clear. Officially, there are no COSWAT Teams out there. The best teams have always done it. The “community oriented” part is simply understood.

 
HR218 Explained - 02/04/2009
HR218 Explained

LEOSA allows any law enforcement officer with powers of arrest, who is authorized to carry a weapon on duty (whether or not the officer actually carries a weapon), and meets certain standards.

 
“Other person” encounters - 01/29/2009
“Other person” encounters

When an officer suspects an individual of a crime or arrests an individual for a crime in progress, the person may not be alone—the officer must then balance his focus on the primary suspect ...

 
BART shooting raises issue of TASER confusion - 01/14/2009
BART shooting raises issue of TASER confusion

One of the possible scenarios expressed by those who have observed the video of the New Year’s Day shooting on Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) in Oakland, Calif. is that the officer intended to ...

 
Zen and the gunfighter - 01/07/2009
Zen and the gunfighter

One definition of Zen is “this moment in time.” There is no past, no future, only now. The universe is just that striation cut into the front sight and the rearward pressure on the trigger. The ...

 
What Makes a Hero? - 01/06/2009
What Makes a Hero?

What makes a hero? I found myself contemplating that question as my agency struggled to come to terms with the sudden death of one of my own officers.

 
To see and not be seen? Priceless… - 01/05/2009
To see and not be seen? Priceless…

It is time to realize that because technology exists that allows us to see and yet remain unseen, the “cover of darkness” has new, tactically significant meaning.

 
Developing informal informants - 01/04/2009
Developing informal informants

In the Street Survival Seminar I often pick on one of the younger “rookie” officers by asking this question: “How many informants do you have?”

 
Tactical planning for every officer - 12/26/2008
Tactical planning for every officer

You might think that tactics are for the special elite forces as regular officers do not have the training or the time to devote to the planning and maneuvering process required. Right? …WRONG.

 
Retired officer helps cops and firefighters in business - 12/23/2008
Retired officer helps cops and firefighters in business

With the motto “Do business with someone you can trust,” Cops and Firefighters in Business (CFB) is connecting public safety officials with businesses owned and operated by law enforcement officers ...

 
Where did all the bullets go? - 12/17/2008
Where did all the bullets go?

Experience is something you get right after you need it. The difference between the 100 percent hit-rate on the training range and the 13 percent gunfight hit-rate can be boiled down to one easy ...

 
Hojutsu-Ryu, the martial art of shooting - 12/10/2008
Hojutsu-Ryu, the martial art of shooting

At first glance, the concept of shooting as a “traditional” martial art seems ridiculous. After all, martial arts are steeped in centuries of tradition, mysticism, and superhuman feats of skill; ...

 

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