By David Griffith
The Impala's driver side window shattered. Bullets slammed into the car's cockpit. And Det. Wisner felt a searing pain in his left shoulder. There would be no foot pursuit.
By Michael T. Rayburn
Even though we are told to keep our distance from subjects to give us time to react to a threat, that's not always realistic. We have to move in and close the distance to deal with people on a daily basis, and our training should reflect that.
By Melanie Basich
Law enforcement agencies are making strides in providing domestic violence victims with assistance and aiding in prosecutions by changing the ways they handle these cases, initially and throughout the criminal justice process.
Priebe started to think about ways to remedy the problem of how to protect officers' faces while they are engaged in "routine patrol duties." And the result is the Citadel Defense Cide Shield.
By A.J. George
The new M600P Fury Scout LED light follows its predecessors' form and function but adds a few of the features that have made the new Fury series of handhelds so popular.
What I would consider a medium-weight jacket, Dickies' Tactical Softshell is the perfect weight for a range of winter weather conditions.
There are plenty of great products and services that help law enforcement embrace technology. But that doesn't mean obtaining and using them is always a piece of cake.
By Jon Adler
This fatally flawed law has effectively neutered ICE's 48-hour detainer requests for prisoners housed in the city's largest jail (Riker's Island).
By Dave Smith
Infection control is about taking care of yourself and the people around you by just doing some simple things that can be a pain in the butt.
Those who have succeeded in implementing wearable evidence capture programs say agencies may want to take a step back and make sure they are getting the right equipment and have the proper infrastructure in place to make their adoption of officer-worn video a success.