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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; ...

 
Seeing night vision technology in a new light - 12/03/2008
Seeing night vision technology in a new light

Once supplied only to an agency’s SWAT team or limited to a handful detectives conducting extended nighttime surveillance, night vision equipment is making its way into the trunks of hundreds ...

 
Working with your airborne law enforcement partners - 11/26/2008
Working with your airborne law enforcement partners

The missions for which airborne police can provide patrol officers an added advantage are many and varied, such as searches, pursuits, photo recon, and emergency transport.

 
EVOC training best practices - 11/19/2008
EVOC training best practices

Several months ago I was supervising a pursuit course. I looked out and saw a challenging course that tested the student’s ability to drive. What troubled me was what I did not see. I didn’t ...

 
Leading from the front - 11/12/2008
Leading from the front

Rob Hall, Chief of Police for La Crosse (Va.) PD, recently recounted an incident that took place in that trailer court involving the aforementioned officer ...and how it provided a “teaching moment.”

 
Caring for the organizational spirit - 11/07/2008
Caring for the organizational spirit

Contained within every dilemma is a two-pronged question, one addressing managerial issues and the second about leadership issues. Management is doing the thing right; leadership is doing the ...

 
Cover officer: Person or position? - 11/05/2008
Cover officer: Person or position?

Studies have shown that the majority of officers assaulted and injured were assaulted in the presence of other officers. What transpires between the officer and his or her backup?

 
Halloween is a scary time for everyone - 10/29/2008
Halloween is a scary time for everyone

October is by no means the deadliest month for cops, but just by the sheer volume of recent accident deaths, we are reminded that accidents account for far more law enforcement deaths than do ...

 
Politics, terror, and patrol: Time for renewed vigilance - 10/27/2008
Politics, terror, and patrol: Time for renewed vigilance

Groups like anti-government militias on the right and eco-terror groups on the left would love to do what al Qaeda did in Madrid in 2004: forcefully change the peaceful and legal democratic election ...

 
Putting terms in your terminology - 10/21/2008
Putting terms in your terminology

We use jargon phrases to communicate among our peers but when we write use of force reports we need to omit the jargon so that a reader will not be able to twist it into something that did not occur.

 
Sensei versus instructor - 10/18/2008
Sensei versus instructor

There is so much more to being an instructor – a true teacher – than just showing someone a particular technique you’ve learned in just a few short hours.

 
No excuses to not carry - 10/03/2008
No excuses to not carry

I began to study why someone, anyone, who is legally allowed to carry a firearm would choose not to do so.

 
Unintended social consequences - 09/25/2008
Unintended social consequences

It is time that interveners and public policy makers understand or appreciate the difficulties presented to law enforcement by many of the contemporary definitions of domestic violence

 

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