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November 17, 2009
Getting the best recruits to take your entry-level police exam Dr. Larry F. Jetmore - Career Advancement

Getting the best recruits to take your entry-level police exam

If we really want to attract the brightest and best qualified to our profession how should we do it? Here are some ideas - Full Story
November 17, 2009
Recommended reading for street cops, from Dale Carnegie to Sun Tzu Jim Guffey - Rising Through the Ranks

Recommended reading for street cops, from Dale Carnegie to Sun Tzu

This article is one that I’ve thought quite a bit about, but was never sure about writing. I finally... - Full Story
November 16, 2009
Repeat your force-on-force training scenarios Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

Repeat your force-on-force training scenarios

The most powerful training tool we have for the use of deadly force is a scenario in which the officers... - Full Story
November 16, 2009
When grannies attack: Seven lessons from a memorable call Duane Wolfe - The Warrior's Path

When grannies attack: Seven lessons from a memorable call

This is a cautionary tale, and like any decent cautionary tale it has two main purposes: - First, to... - Full Story
November 15, 2009
Police Limit Comic: November 15, 2009 Garey McKee - Police Limit Comic Strip

Police Limit Comic: November 15, 2009

Police Limit Comic is a politically-motivated, pro-law enforcement comic strip, topical in its writing and unapologetically blunt - Full Story
November 13, 2009
Cover and concealment for the street cop Pat McCarthy - Street Crimes

Cover and concealment for the street cop

Cover and concealment is a very important officer safety issue that everyone in law enforcement needs... - Full Story
November 13, 2009
A formula for trainers: Experience + Observation = Perception John Bowden - On Language, Communication, and Leadership

A formula for trainers: Experience + Observation = Perception

Training is a big and critical part of our business. We all know what happens when it hits the fan and... - Full Story
November 13, 2009
P1 Photo of the Week: When the dust settles... PoliceOne Members - Photo of the Week

P1 Photo of the Week: When the dust settles...

Picture of my partner Dale Clites after chasing a driver into the pineapple fields of Kunia (island... - Full Story
November 12, 2009
Hear it with your bones: Tactical headsets for clear communications the Office of Justice Programs' National Institute of Justice (NIJ) - TechBeat

Hear it with your bones: Tactical headsets for clear communications

What could an orthopedic surgeon, a manufacturer of hearing equipment, an engineer from Ireland, and... - Full Story
November 12, 2009
P1 First Person: The Eyes of a cop PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: The Eyes of a cop

By Louis Martinez, Chicago Police Officer 17th District A police officer views the world in the morality... - Full Story



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