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How ‘broken windows’ policing devolved into a false narrative of racism - 02/04/2015
How ‘broken windows’ policing devolved into a false narrative of racism

How ‘broken windows’ policing devolved into a false narrative of racism The premise that there is a systemic racial problem in American law enforcement is simply unfounded and without merit

 
How cops are catching grow ops with AM radios - 02/04/2015
How cops are catching grow ops with AM radios

Many ham operators can locate a grow simply by taking a radio and portable antennae out into their neighborhood and using the radio to triangulate the exact location of the grow.

 
3 reminders for counter-ambush tactics on patrol - 02/04/2015
3 reminders for counter-ambush tactics on patrol

Now that some elements of our society have “declared war” on American police, we must quit simply talking about the ambush threat and train specific tactics and responses

 
10 keys to preventing an ambush in your squad car - 02/04/2015
10 keys to preventing an ambush in your squad car

Here are 10 things to keep in mind to mitigate the risk of ambush in your patrol vehicle.

 
5 keys to ensure your police training is effective - 02/02/2015
5 keys to ensure your police training is effective

How can we ensure the precious amounts of time, money, and effort spent on training will provide the desired outcome?

 
Fatigued and fighting: How civilians came to aid a cop under attack - 02/02/2015
Fatigued and fighting: How civilians came to aid a cop under attack

As he tried to gain separation from a dangerous suspect, an officer suddenly found himself on the ground and vulnerable.

 
Bullies in the workplace: Sabotaging police culture - 02/02/2015
Bullies in the workplace: Sabotaging police culture

Bullying is now recognized as “not just for kids” as the problem of adult bullying in the workplace is getting attention — the law enforcement workplace is not exempt

 
Cops that can ‘see through walls?’ Facts about the X-ray uproar - 01/28/2015
Cops that can ‘see through walls?’ Facts about the X-ray uproar

Cops and prosecutors should be upfront with courts about radar vision into homes because what they don’t know will come to hurt us

 
An argument for photo arrays in gang investigations - 01/28/2015
An argument for photo arrays in gang investigations

Some victims and witnesses don’t have the best memories and may not operate at the highest cognitive level and they can get easily overwhelmed by the big pack of pictures that were handed to them

 
UTM RBT unveils target shooting kit for at-home training - 01/22/2015
UTM RBT unveils target shooting kit for at-home training

The new product is said to have all the accuracy, reliability and realism of live ammunition, but with the benefits of safety, virtually no live fire restrictions, no range needed

 
4 key takeaways from the Active Shooter Update at SHOT Show - 01/22/2015
4 key takeaways from the Active Shooter Update at SHOT Show

The most important thing Don taught the class was the value of time: time to educate and time to prepare

 
Counting on failure: An argument against counting rounds - 01/16/2015
Counting on failure: An argument against counting rounds

An officer experiencing high levels of Sympathetic Nervous System activation would be physically and mentally hindered from counting his shots accurately.

 
4 reasons every cop should be trained in Lateral Vascular Neck Restraint - 01/16/2015
4 reasons every cop should be trained in Lateral Vascular Neck Restraint

I was privileged to have been trained by the great James Lindell of Kansas City Police Department in 1979, and learned his system of Lateral Vascular Neck Restraint (LVNR) as well as his follow-up ...

 
5 tips for successful police leadership in 2015 - 01/14/2015
5 tips for successful police leadership in 2015

Do not lose sight of the fact that law enforcement is - and has always been - one of the most prestigious professions.

 
8 ways police leaders can improve morale - 01/14/2015
8 ways police leaders can improve morale

Morale is a thermometer for the health of your department. High morale helps officers cope with the day-to-day demands, the ups and downs of the job, and with issues and discouragement that often ...

 

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