Home  >  Topics  >  Patrol Issues  > Page 4
Patrol Issues

Patrol Issues

The Patrol Issues topic page offers news, commentary, analysis, and tactical tips that will help prepare police officers for life on the thin blue line. Suspect contacts, witness interviews, foot pursuits, citizen complaints, angry sergeants, and endless report writing are day-to-day activities for a patrol officer who knows that the “routine” is anything but routine.
Main News Columns Videos Products Photos


Virus affecting Baltimore police computer system

It's unclear how extensive the virus has spread through the department's network, though officials said "hundreds" of computers could be infected - Full Story


How the NYPD is retraining its cops

An exploration into the NYPD's new training tactics after several high-profile use of force incidents across the nation.


DOJ review of San Diego police urges more supervision

The audit offers 40 recommendations to improve recruiting, hiring, training and supervision aimed at more quickly identifying problem officers - Full Story


7 things cops should know about the drug 'Molly' Keith Graves - The Drug Warrior

7 things cops should know about the drug 'Molly'

According to Troy Gielish — an instructor for the California Narcotics Officers Association — “Molly” can be any number of 100 different chemicals - Full Story


Two words that should never appear in your police report Val Van Brocklin - Cop Gumbo

Two words that should never appear in your police report

If you keep putting these words in your reports, there’s a good chance you’ll end up eating them in court - Full Story


Flier aims to inform public on safe interactions with police

'You & The Police' offers tips about what to do when encountering cops during a traffic stop, at a house, during an arrest and in other situations - Full Story


A look at Houston PD's homeless outreach

The Houston Police Department is taking a unique approach to addressing issues of homelessness.


DOJ will use grants to encourage good community-police relations

The Justice Department will help fight crime while it tries to strengthen the bonds between police and residents of six ethnically diverse cities - Full Story


Denver body cams didn't record most use of force cases

Denver officers' body cameras recorded just 21 of 80 documented uses of force in the downtown district during the trial - Full Story


Ferguson manager is 5th out after DOJ report

Ferguson manager is 5th out after DOJ report

City Manager John Shaw's eight-year tenure ended Tuesday when the city council voted 7-0 to approve a "mutual separation agreement" - Full Story

Sponsored by

Sign up for FREE
Patrol Issues eNewsletters

Enter your email address below:

Connect with PoliceOne

Mobile Apps Facebook Twitter Google

Patrol Issues Columnists

Firearms Evals Firearms Evals
with Andrew L. Butts
Police K-9 Magazine Police K-9 Magazine
with K-9 Trainers