Home  >  Topics  > 

policy

policy

 - Search results for policy

Main News Columns Videos

Columns

How can suppressors pay for themselves? Ron LaPedis - Private Industry and Public Safety

How can suppressors pay for themselves?

Tallying up the cost of hearing loss could convince your jurisdiction’s risk analyst that pursuing suppressors for agency firearms might actually be a good deal - Full Story

News

San Francisco police recite pledge to root out intolerance

San Francisco police recite pledge to root out intolerance

San Francisco police officers are being asked to combat racism in the ranks - Full Story

News

Illinois, other states debate laws for police videos

Illinois, other states debate laws for police videos

In Illinois, some legislators want a judge to be the first stop in determining whether a video involving police use of force should be released to the public - Full Story

Columns

Watch your language: 3 keys to developing the perfect police policy manual Ed Flosi - Taking Training to the Next Level

Watch your language: 3 keys to developing the perfect police policy manual

Agencies should be very deliberate in choosing the words and phrases used in their policy manual - Full Story

Columns

Police History: How Detective Martin McFadden became the father of stop and frisk Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Police History: How Detective Martin McFadden became the father of stop and frisk

The Supreme Court recognized that although police would need probable cause to make an arrest, a different standard existed for an officer to make an investigative stop short of an arrest - Full Story

News

San Francisco police change gun policy in wake of fatal OIS

The policy change has the police union crying foul but is supported by law enforcement experts and watchdogs - Full Story

News

Key part of San Francisco bodycam policy still out of focus

A group bodycam policies could not agree on whether to allow officers to screen their footage before filing reports - Full Story

News

Chicago police union to fight order banning visible tattoos, baseball caps

Chicago police union to fight order banning visible tattoos, baseball caps

The department discretely made uniform policy changes, leaving many upset - Full Story

News

Seattle mayor at odds with civilian panel over its power

Seattle mayor at odds with civilian panel over its power

15-member group is seeking authority beyond the responsibilities it was given in a 2012 consent decree - Full Story

News

Lawmakers to hear testimony on Ohio police training changes

Ohio would boost the amount of training to become a police officer and require all candidates for jobs to have a high school diploma under legislation - Full Story



logo for print