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Workout site for cops offers 10-minute fitness plans - 04/03/2014
Workout site for cops offers 10-minute fitness plans

The most common excuse people have for slacking on their workout is that they don't have the time. Do you have ten minutes? — criminals do.

 
How 6 'rules' from a Navy legend can impact officer safety - 03/31/2014
How 6 'rules' from a Navy legend can impact officer safety

We can learn a lot about safety from Admiral Hyman Rickover, the Father of the Nuclear Navy.

 
Why texting is the next big thing in gang codes - 03/31/2014
Why texting is the next big thing in gang codes

With the popularity of texting, abbreviations are being added to gang documents and written in code.

 
ILEETA 2014: How you can make private security partners a big police asset - 03/28/2014
ILEETA 2014: How you can make private security partners a big police asset

ILEETA presenter explains why not tapping into information from private security personnel is like leaving money on the table

 
How this one interview technique can beat lying suspects - 03/28/2014
How this one interview technique can beat lying suspects

Subjects seeking to be deceptive overwhelmingly prefer closed-ended questions that let them get by with abbreviated statements whereas truthful individuals will mine their memories for the truth

 
Police History: Brian Terry is a hero gone too soon - 03/24/2014
Police History: Brian Terry is a hero gone too soon

On the night of December 14, 2010, Brian was part of a four-man team situated on a slight rise in a rugged area on the Arizona-Mexican Border North of Rio Rico called Peck Canyon

 
ILEETA 2014: Honor the fallen by training the living - 03/24/2014
ILEETA 2014: Honor the fallen by training the living

As the ILEETA 2014 conference got underway, I connected with Travis Yates to hear his reflection being associated with PoliceOne for a decade, and learn about his new training company, SAFETAC

 
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

 

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