Close quarters survival skills for the 21st century
by Ron Avery
John "Rocky" Riojas was on patrol in San Antonio, TX, one evening in a high crime area of town. He saw an individual engaged in suspicious activity and ordered the individual to stop. The subject fled and Officer Riojas pursued
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When Natural Disaster Hits, Darkness Adds to the Devastation
When a natural disaster comes to an end, law enforcement's job is just beginning. ITT Night Vision's Generation 3 image intensification technology allows the user to conduct search and rescue missions in waterways and darkened, powerless homes; patrol unlit streets; assess damage and potential threats; and apprehend looters and other perpetrators.
(left) Several LAPD officers in July, 2005. (AP Photo/Mario Anzuoni, Pool)
PoliceOne Safety Tip:
Another back-up carry location
Patrolman Jason Armes, Colorado Springs (CO) PD
I watched the PoliceOne Video Tip on back-up gun locations and I have another location that was not covered.
My department has duty pants with cargo pockets on both sides. I carry a Glock 27
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