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Here are a few suggestions for staying optimistic during the often-difficult season of “happy” holidays and New Year’s resolutions.
Overnight, Officer Steve Horgan went from a Boston police officer to “the Boston Cop,” “The Bullpen Cop,” and even the beloved “Red Sox Cop.”
Sergeant Jon Brough and Officer Mike Kralicek, who were catastrophically shot — lives spared, but careers ended — teach us how we can help an injured officer.
I am going to challenge you to do something different this year and make New Year's commitments. Commitments seem to have a greater impact on us because we seem to be more willing to stick with ...
My beef with the traditional fitness double standards is they provide fodder for arguing women can’t do the job unless standards are lowered, and they fuel resentment.
From the moment you spot the weaving car to the time you generate your report, MyFSTs gathers the data you need to make an arrest stand up.
Here are a baker’s dozen of options to buy for your cop buddies — or to leave as suggestions for someone to buy for you!
The use of facial recognition will grow not only in law enforcement, but in private society as well.
After the efforts to establish responsibility, remember the bravery of the responding officers.
From the violence at the Marathon to the loss of peacemaker Nelson Mandela, this was a watershed year. Can we achieve 'below 100'?
In committing his unspeakable crime in Newtown, did Adam Lanza also reshape our approach to preventing — and responding to — active shooters in schools?
With the release of the preliminary report on the Newtown massacre, we can assess what could and couldn’t have saved lives.
You’ve just done an incredible job dealing with an impossible situation, so respect yourself and get the help you deserve.
An active shooter incident preempted and averted in Bartlesville (Okla.) provides a template for near-perfect threat response.
Even when victims and witnesses won’t cooperate, gang detectives need to find other ways to put cases together — here’s why.