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What does the next 50 years hold for 911?–
February 16, 2018, marks the 50th anniversary of 9-1-1. Let’s take a look at what the future holds for our nation’s emergency number.
Celebrating 50 Years of 9-1-1–
The number 9-1-1 was chosen primarily because those three consecutive numbers were not in use within the U.S. phone systems as a prefix or area code
How police leadership handles the aftermath of a deadly pursuit–
Officers involved may be subject to an array of action from being cleared of wrongdoing to becoming the subject of an investigation for pursuit policy violations
How well do you know the history of the NYPD?–
The history of the New York City Police Department is rich. How much can you recall?
Who was Chalino Sanchez?–
Chalino Sanchez’s music quickly became the anthem of Sinaloan drug culture.
The story of Ernesto Miranda–
How the deliverance of the Miranda Rights, when in custody or before interrogation, became law
Police 10 codes vs. plain language: The history and ongoing debate–
10 codes have been replaced bit by bit for 10 years, but reform is slow. So why are departments are holding on?
Digital Edition: SWAT’s future tactics, equipment and best practices–
This PoliceOne Digital Edition focuses on how the past and present will shape the future of SWAT in the United States
8 rules for properly displaying an American flag–
The American flag is considered a living symbol under federal law. We must treat it as such.
Ky. trooper's 1991 Ford Mustang SSP finds new life–
The vehicle was designed as a lightweight option for law enforcement to keep up with sports cars of the time in pursuits
For retired Ill. chief, military service was road to being an officer–
A childhood dream to be a cop took retired Chief Alan Love through a war in another country
20 years ago OJ Simpson receives acquittal–
If there was ever a murder case perfectly suited for media and public consumption it was the O.J. Simpson murder trial
Video: NM hires first female motorcycle officer in state history–
Officer Vanessa Martinez is the first female to pass all requirements to be a motorcycle officer
Ferguson, one year later: From a city to a symbol–
Today, to America and to the world, the word “Ferguson” means far more than just another city
Papers signed by famous '30s FBI man found in Ohio–
Record-keepers have found some unremarkable depositions with a noteworthy signature: Melvin Purvis Jr.
15 infamous last words from criminals on death row–
Here are some of the strangest last words before execution
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