FULL LIST OF IACP Topics
Why cops should join non-profit law enforcement associations–
As we continue to see a shift in the role of the American cop, it is important to take the steps necessary to meet the demands of the profession
Letter from the new P1 Senior Editor: An introduction–
It's an amazing opportunity to join PoliceOne’s editorial team to serve and support law enforcement officers
IACP accepting nominations to donate to 5 injured officers–
Nominations close September 2
Presidential candidates respond to IACP questionnaire–
Trump and Clinton answered the same 10 questions on issues facing the criminal justice system
7 easy steps to successful de-escalation–
De-escalation is nothing new — it’s been around since the beginning of policing, and good officers are skilled at this invaluable, life-saving tool
VIEVU Introduces LE4 and LE4mini–
Untitled Document See VIEVU at Booth 2444 @ IACP or visit VIEVU's PoliceOne Company Page for more product details and to request more information.
How cops can improve interactions with kids during parent’s arrest–
The ‘In the Presence of Children’ campaign equips officers with an understanding of child development and psychology, as well as best practices for working with children
Former Wis. captain named Pittsburgh police chief–
Cameron McLay is a leadership development consultant for the International Association of Chiefs of Police
Pa. cop risks life to save other cop, awarded at IACP–
Trooper Timothy Strohmeyer diverted attention away from an officer in danger and was fired upon 8 times.
L3 Mobile Vision's auto evidence management–
L3 explains its automated evidence lifecycle management at IACP 2012. Any network connected device can manage video, audio, etc. files to organize critical evidence. L3 engineers to the needs of the end users, for any sized fleet.
Priority Dispatch at IACP 2012–
Dave Smith speaks with Chris Knight of the Priority Dispatch Associated about updated protocols and a new active shooter protocol that's gearing up for 2013.
Dummies Unlimited Inc. at IACP 2012–
Dave Smith talks with Phil Tanzini about Dummies Unlimited scenario based training equipment. 39,000 agencies have the same dilemma - no time and no money. As a result, Dummies Unlimited manufactures simulated human figures, in a durable and cost effective manner, for the safety and proficiency of public safety officials.
Kronos at IACP 2012–
Marie Salcedo talks about Kronos Telestaff, a public safety scheduling and notifications solution, designed specifically for public safety organizations.
Cisco at IACP 2012–
Dave Smith talks with Bob Stanberry about language interpretation services provided by Cisco, which gives real time, high-definition video interpretation.
Novonics at IACP 2012 - Advanced Use of Force Training System–
Novonics Corp. and Dave Smith discuss AUFTS (Advanced Used of Force Training System), which includes simulated verbal interaction and use of weapons while on duty. A wide variety of scenarios prepares officers for experiences in the real world. AUFTS fills in the gaps of traditional training to better prepare LEOs.
PoliceOne top 5
- ND bill protects drivers who negligently hit protesters obstructing traffic
- Slain Fla. officer's patrol car vandalized
- Trump hosts LE at White House, pledges support for police
- Video: Calif. police fatally shoot man, face wrongful death lawsuit
- Minn. lawmakers chart new course in response to OIS protests
Strength in numbers: How LEOs can face PTSD and addiction
A look inside one of our nation's first "warriors only" PTSD treatment plans.