Rural Law Enforcement
FULL LIST OF Rural Law Enforcement - page 15 Topics
How to create a real position of advantage in close-quarter assaults–
To reduce the number of successful close-quarter assaults against officers we must adopt tactics that make sudden attacks more difficult and more obvious
Small, Rural, Tribal and Border Regional Center–
In this video, Dave Smith talks with Scott Barker about the challenges of working in small, rural, tribal and border police departments and how NIJ is assisting these departments overcome budget constraints and technology issues.
2011 in Review: A fallen officer's 2012 reminder–
Darren Kunz of the Otter Tail County (Minn.) Sheriff’s Department was a former student of mine — dead at age 40, Darren leaves behind his wife Beth and four children. Remember to train like your life depends on it — because it does.
Looking ahead to the Southeast Regional Warrior Symposium–
There will be a series of seminars addressing topics such as National Security, Mass Casualty Response, and Active Shooter Threat Planning and Preparation
2011 in Review: A reminder for 2012 from a fallen officer–
Darren Kunz of the Otter Tail County (Minn.) Sheriff’s Department was a former student of mine — dead at age 40, Darren leaves behind his wife Beth and four children
Iowa police shoot, kill mountain lion–
The Blencoe police chief and a Monona County Sheriff's Deputy responded to a citizen's call
Conference a boon to La. police chief–
Chiefs at the Rural Law Enforcement Technology Institute offered to donate equipment to a cash-strapped department
Building the Barbie: Accessories for your AR-15–
What do you get the PoliceOne editor who pretty much has all the AR-15 accessories he will ever need or want? A bag to put it all in!
The Ethical Warrior: Protecting our enemies–
The Warrior Creed — credited to the late Dr. Robert Humphrey — offers concrete guidance for developing the habits of an Ethical Warrior in your daily life
P1 Humor Corner: Santa is a cop–
Enjoy a laugh in a secure, safe place, and then get yourself right back into condition yellow when you’re back out on patrol
Shooting to kill an animal: A sad but necessary skill–
Sometimes officers must shoot animals, as Zanesville, Ohio police did when nearly 50 animals escaped in October. NLEOMF recently named Muskingham County Sheriff Matt Lutz Officer of the Month for January to acknowledge how he addressed the situation's unique threat.
Drug wars: This isn't your mother's cartel–
Modern cartels pose one of the biggest threats to law enforcement not just on the southern border, but nationwide
SC cops seeking at least 1 police impostor–
Spartanburg County sheriff's deputies are reporting a police impersonator attempted to get money from a driver he stopped
P1 Analysis: The Pimentel arrest and Federal authority–
Concluding that local authorities should avoid pursuing terrorism charges just because federal officials might not agree may underestimate the capabilities, effectiveness, and professionalism of state and municipal counterterrorism units.
PoliceOne top 5
- DC cops' body cams won't be on while they monitor inauguration demonstrators
- Slain Fla. officer's cuffs used to arrest suspect
- Pa. cop sues Wal-Mart over termination for carrying gun on duty
- Details emerge in shooting of Ariz. trooper by driver he sought to help
- Video: Alleged Fla. cop killer refuses lawyer, shouts profanities in court