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In the Rural Law Enforcement section you'll find news reports and expert articles about what it means to be a police officer in rural America. Early in America’s history, officers rode on horseback from town to town, either alone or with a small posse. Police work has changed drastically since then, but if you patrol in a rural area, you probably have some idea how those cops felt.
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Deportation of illegals reaches record high

ICE removed 392,000 illegal immigrants in fiscal year 2010, which ended Sept. 30, an increase of more than 23,000 who were deported the year before - Full Story

Columns

Poor Chief’s Guide: Effective community policing on a budget Rob Hall - Chief's Office

Poor Chief’s Guide: Effective community policing on a budget

Communication between police and the citizens they serve is an essential part of the modern police mission — a company called Nixle offers a great conduit for communicating with the community - Full Story

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'Crotch rockets' and high-speed police pursuits Andrew Hawkes - Highway Drug Interdiction

'Crotch rockets' and high-speed police pursuits

Many cops aren’t even allowed to attempt a pursuit of a perpetrator riding a high-speed motorcycle — the problem is that these criminals know it! - Full Story

Tips

Train for explosive movement

In a recent interview, popular MMA fighter and Ultimate Fighting Championship record-holder Randy Couture... - Full Story

In-depth News

Grant dollars helping PDs train cops

Grant dollars helping PDs train cops

Getting the money to train your troops can sometimes seem like an insurmountable task. Ask most police officers — and even a good number of administrators — what you can get with grant dollars and you’ll hear everything from body armor to communications systems and mobile command centers. But the fact is, police departments across the country have quietly been finding funding from federal grant programs for police officer training for a long time. In fact, many equipment grants contain a training component.

PoliceOne Grants Columnist Denise Schlegel outlines seven key strategies for securing grants for officer training programs.

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Watch behavior indicators for potential violence

I have been instructing for 15 years, and lately I have been teaching a class about behavioral indicators... - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only

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Mayors: 10 states sell half of 'imported' crime guns

Mayors: 10 states sell half of 'imported' crime guns

More than 500 mayors favoring tight gun control, led by New York's Michael Bloomberg and Boston's Thomas Menino, have issued a new report on guns connected to crimes. (AP Photo)
Relaxed gun laws

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The 5 universal truths of human interaction

Dr. George Thompson explains the five universal truths of human interaction which remain true across... - Full Story

Columns

5 fundamentals for fighting medical marijuana Lance Eldridge - All Law Enforcement is Local

5 fundamentals for fighting medical marijuana

‘Legal’ pot dispensaries are springing up all over — to ensure the future safety of our communities, law enforcement should take an active role in the debate - Full Story

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Search first or handcuff first? Neither! Steve "Pappy" Papenfuhs - Training to Think

Search first or handcuff first? Neither!

The 'search first' and the 'handcuff first' theories have inherent dangers — the Grip-Protective Sweep (GPS) technique is a good 'somewhere in between' strategy - Full Story



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