PoliceOne would like to congratulate this month's Milestone winner Officer Justin Krause with the Grantville (GA) PD who has won a 500 Series Electronic Ear Defender from TEA.
Scott Buhrmaster Managing Editor
Kids & Guns: Strategies for avoiding firearms tragedies
By Lindsay Gebhart PoliceOne News Editor
The L.A. Times reported Wednesday that LAPD officer Enrique Chavez was shot in the chest by his 3-year-old son. The child got hold of the officer's service weapon while the officer was stopped at a red light
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Safariland offers a full array of concealment holster models designed specifically with the law enforcement professional in mind. These high-performance holsters are engineered using only quality materials, with details like 4 belt loop offerings on most hip holsters, to retention options that match their duty holsters. Shown here is the new ALS™ Paddle Holster. For performance in the field and off duty, choose Safariland.
The previous article, Police Driving: The UK Method, discussed the history of driver training in the United Kingdom and mentioned the success of the Roadcraft System. This article will go in depth of that system and will go into details of the United Kingdom's approach to law enforcement driver training
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Related column: Part 1 of the Police driver training series: The UK Way
Submitted by: Ptlm. Andy Redman, Front Royal (VA) PD Sponsored by MAGNUM
As a follow-up to an earlier tip about signaling fellow officers to let them know what you're about to do, make sure to periodically change your signs/signals for arrest, or for that matter anything
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The Invisabone Headset consists of a mic element which is incorporated into a one size fits all earmold so that the bone mic element is directly contacting the user's jawbone. Alternatively, for full time and special applications, the headset can be built into the user's custom ear mold.
DigitalPatroller's new wireless video streaming allows command staff the same level of control that the officer has in his car. Dispatchers or supervisors can switch from front to rear-seat cameras, turn on the rear seat mic, zoom in or out, initiate recording, playback video to review specific frames, and more. For an onsite demonstration, call (919) 472-5014.
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