The Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Academy held two controlled car accidents for the purpose of accident reconstruction training. Four retired police cruisers, creating one high-speed and one low-speed crash, were used.
In this excerpt from the Massachusetts School of Law's Educational Forum on Law and Law Enforcement, Associate Dean Michael L. Coyne speaks with four police chiefs, Chief Ronald A. Sellon, Chief Kenny Howell, Chief Paul Tucker, and Chief Lisa Holmes, about the imperatives that get in the way of family responsibilities; and the absolute need for a supportive spouse or partner as well as peer support.
In this excerpt from the Massachusetts School of Law's Educational Forum on Law and Law Enforcement, Associate Dean Michael L. Coyne speaks with four police chiefs, Chief Ronald A. Sellon, Chief Kenny Howell, Chief Paul Tucker, and Chief Lisa Holmes, who are graduates of MSL, about how their law degrees have made them better chiefs, and inevitably saved municipalities money through the "two for one" deal that they offer.
Hardened for law enforcement and surveillance, the FLIR LS-Series Thermal Night Vision Monocular is designed for everyday use. Rather than rush on the scene with a flashlight that instantly gives away your position and only illuminates your immediate area, FLIR LS thermal imaging camera is just as portable, handy and exponentially more effective.
Cisco® solutions understands the world is changing, and is adapting to that change with scalable, long term, real-time solutions made possible through technology. As governments of today face a variety of challenges, new and innovative approaches are being implemented by deploying cloud and mobility solutions to overcome these challenges in a collaborative and timely manner.
PoliceGrantsHelp and Advanced Public Safety discuss E-Ticketing solutions. APS's technology increases officer efficiency and decreases traffic stops by automating the citation process. Information is transferred directly from state systems so more accurate information is available to officers. Less paper = less backup.
PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith speaks with Capt. Peter Jaskulski of the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office about how Fire, EMS, and law enforcement can improve working relationships by communicating better and training together.