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Can this 'black box' help keep your officers alive? - 07/28/2014
Can this 'black box' help keep your officers alive?

The latest generation of telematics technologies allows police agencies to not only remediate problems, but reward those setting the best examples for safety.

 
Why you should give your police trainees problems, not solutions - 07/24/2014
Why you should give your police trainees problems, not solutions

While tradition may be the glue that holds values in place, it can prevent innovative thinking — it can stifle progress and ultimately lead to poor organizational performance.

 
8 ways you can be a great police warrior - 07/24/2014
8 ways you can be a great police warrior

What kind of warrior are you? Maybe you’re defined by a personal attribute that helps you do your job a little better than those around you. Here are eight types of positive warrior.

 
Can police cell phone tracking technology survive public records disclosure requests? - 07/24/2014
Can police cell phone tracking technology survive public records disclosure requests?

IMSI catchers identify cell phones without capturing the content of calls or other communications. So why aren't lawyers explaining that there are lawful exemptions to disclosing this technology?

 
How a Fla. Sgt's leadership builds close, confident cops - 07/24/2014
How a Fla. Sgt's leadership builds close, confident cops

Everyone who knows Sgt. Gavette knows that family comes first. His own family, his officers' families, and his family in blue. When the UCF active shooter incident was all over, Gavette's biggest ...

 
Your police department faces a crisis: Here are 3 ways to fix it - 07/19/2014
Your police department faces a crisis: Here are 3 ways to fix it

Effective leadership in times of crisis will not only help navigate difficult times, but can actually enhance respect between the community and your agency

 
4 ways to improve your department’s patrol rifle program - 07/19/2014
4 ways to improve your department’s patrol rifle program

Unfortunately, many patrol rifle programs are insufficient in preparing officers to have the confidence and skills to properly and effectively deploy their rifles during stressful engagements

 
3 simple keys to cleaning your pistol magazines - 07/11/2014
3 simple keys to cleaning your pistol magazines

A good magazine will make a pistol run like a felon on his ‘third strike’ but a bad one will make it choke like a chubby partner wolfing down his lunch too fast in between calls.

 
3 challenges that blindside rookie cops - 07/11/2014
3 challenges that blindside rookie cops

Obstacles will occur in every cop’s career, but with a positive attitude, perseverance, and integrity, you will live through them and you will become a mature, seasoned veteran.

 
Why you should rethink practical jokes on patrol - 07/11/2014
Why you should rethink practical jokes on patrol

I don’t like practical jokes, and to this very day I think Steve’s “man with a gun” call in front of Frontier Realty was dangerous and in poor taste.

 
3 things cops need to know about Juggalos - 07/08/2014
3 things cops need to know about Juggalos

Here, I aim to pass along some knowledge about a little known group called the Juggalos and the threat to the public and law enforcement.

 
4 tactics that can save your life in a plainclothes gunfight - 07/07/2014
4 tactics that can save your life in a plainclothes gunfight

Going armed while in soft clothes requires a different mindset than when you are in uniform.

 
20 undeniable truths of police work - 07/02/2014
20 undeniable truths of police work

Have faith that your good works are being measured by the “Big Guy upstairs” — and I’m not talking about the Chief.

 
5 basic principles for conducting a safe traffic stop - 06/30/2014
5 basic principles for conducting a safe traffic stop

Regardless of how long you’ve been doing traffic stops, no two are the same and they aren’t “routine” until the driver is in the wind and you’re moving on to the next detail.

 
How the SCOTUS cell phone ruling happened (and 4 key lessons) - 06/30/2014
How the SCOTUS cell phone ruling happened (and 4 key lessons)

The search incident to arrest doctrine was first recognized by the Supreme Court exactly 100 years ago in Weeks v. United States

 

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