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The MILO processor from IES lets trainers create their own branched instructive scenarios for the company's Range 2000 and Range 3000 law enforcement simulator systems.

How to Train with Simulators  

January 1, 2006

By Dave Young

Anyone who has ever watched “Star Trek: The Next Generation”—that’s the one with Picard, not Kirk—has probably noticed a special room on the Enterprise called the “Holo-Deck.” The Holo-Deck uses holograms, transporters, replicators, and other unlikely science-fiction technologies to create an immersive virtual reality that can be used by the Enterprise crew for both recreation and ultra-realistic training.

Training Aids  

January 1, 2006

By Melanie Basich

The proper equipment can make your training safer and more effective.

The LockTight media can only be read by the proprietary LockTight card reader. The reader intefaces with the PC via FireWire. Lexar LockTight CompactFlash cards are signified by the "Lt" logo. The cards are professional-quality digital media, so they're not cheap.

Image Security Guard  

January 1, 2006

By David Spraggs

Lexar’s new LockTight security system helps preserve the chain of evidence for digital photography.

Death Masks  

January 1, 2006

By Kelly Kyrik

It took the perseverance of Det. Dale Bunten and the skill of forensic sculptor Wesley Neville, a lieutenant at the Florence County (S.C.) Sheriff’s Office, to link the remains of a small-framed teenager to missing 14-year-old Tara Exposito.

Diagramming Success  

December 1, 2005

By Dan Pasquale

Understanding the crime scene and its layout is vital to prosecuting any case. One of the quickest and easiest ways to record everything pertinent to the case is by drawing a diagram of the crime scene.

Leadership and Laughter  

December 1, 2005

By Mark G. Stainbrook

"Laughter gives us distance. It allows us to step back from an event, deal with it, and then move on." — Bob Newhart

Gifts From Home  

December 1, 2005

By David Griffith

A Marine died in Anbar Province, Iraq, yesterday. It’s Nov. 8 when I write this. And a Marine died yesterday in Anbar Province. Far from his or her loved ones.

Shots Fired: Melbourne, Florida 01/11/2004  

December 1, 2005

By Dean Scoville

It was a damned cold night for central Florida. Officer Keith Cowart wasn’t getting any argument from Smokey Stapleter or Gary Markowski on that score. His fellow Melbourne, Fla., police officers had congregated with him for a windshield conference and coffee. Stapleter rubbed his arms to get his blood circulating.

Making Off-Duty Arrests  

December 1, 2005

By Gerald W. Garner

Because of the kind of people they are, peace officers have a hard time standing by, doing nothing in the face of danger to others. As a result, many times they intervene even though they are acting alone and without many of the advantages they enjoy while "on the clock."

Springfield Armory X-Treme Duty Semi-Auto Pistols  

December 1, 2005

By Scott Smith

Back in the late 1990s, a new polymer pistol called the HS 2000 hit the market. Made in Croatia by I.M. Metal, the HS 2000 suffered from poor marketing, a poor supply of holsters and accessories, and ultimately, poor sales.

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