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Why You Should  Consider the HSA

Why You Should Consider the HSA

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De-Escalation Instructor Training

8 Great Gift Ideas for Officers
8 Great Gift Ideas for Officers
It can be tricky to find the right gift for LEOs. That's why POLICE Magazine put together...
LAPD Responds to Southern California Wildfires
LAPD Responds to Southern California Wildfires
Officers of the Los Angeles Police Department have been responding to the area's rash of...
Miami Officers Volunteer to Assist Police in Storm-Ravaged Key West
Miami Officers Volunteer to Assist Police in Storm-Ravaged Key West
Even though their own homes were damaged by Hurricane Irma, a group of Miami police...
Vievu Body Cameras on Patrol with Major Agencies

Oakland PD was an early advocate of Vievu body camera technology and has...

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Testing Body Cameras for Image Fidelity

The traditional gelatin-silver image reproduction film process was a very...

December 2017 Issue

In the December issue of POLICE, read about Responding to Event Shooters, Working with Event Security After Vegas, How In-Car Technology Aids in Crime Fighting, and Best of Show from IACP 2017. Subscribe Police Magazine
  • Kissimmee Police Department: Intelligence-Led Policing Drives Progress & Prosperity
    "Why are we reacting to the dots on the map?" asked Chief Jeff O'Dell upon entering the Kissimmee Police Department. He then said, "Let's try to prevent the dots and look ahead to stop crimes before they actually happen." Since then, things have never been the same. Over the years, the department has been working toward evolving to an intelligence-led policing model, even while facing budget constraints. Free Download
  • Special Report: Software & Hardware
    In this special report from POLICE Magazine, you'll learn about how hardware and software enhance officer safety, what you need to know about the cloud, how to handle software implementation, how laptops and tablets compare, and useful law enforcement apps. Free Download
  • Boosting Officer Safety Solutions with Mobile Safety
    Through 20 years of serving first responders, Fujitsu knows you deserve the best technology to help you serve the public safely and efficiently. That's why Fujitsu tablet PCs are user friendly, designed for one-handed operation under stress, and rugged and reliable enough to stretch your agency's budget with long lifecycles. Free Download
  • Special Report: Civil Unrest
    In this special report from POLICE Magazine, you'll learn about how response to civil disturbances can incorporate the use of less-lethal weapons, bicycles, body-worn cameras, and public order teams. Free Download
  • Gain Better Visibility with Cloud-Supported Body Worn Cameras
    Written specifically for police chiefs, sheriffs, and law-enforcement decision makers, this e-guide looks at the growing challenge of deploying a body camera solution that protects the integrity of evidence, your officers, and your department. Learn how to how to maximize public trust and officer safety with state-of-the-art video evidence management. Free Download
  • Special Report: Law Enforcement Software
    In this special report from POLICE Magazine, you'll learn about how to buy software, successful software installation, measuring your agency's return on investment, and useful law enforcement apps. Free Download

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