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Maslow's "Hierarchy of Needs." Image via savethedave (

A Maslow Moment  

February 1, 2006

By Dave Smith

Bitching may be humanity's greatest need. It's certainly high on the list for cops.

Law Enforcement Handguns 2006  

February 1, 2006

By David Griffith

A good law enforcement handgun does not have to be new and exciting to remain viable in the market. A good duty or off-duty sidearm is not a fashion statement; it's a tool.

Murder Ink  

February 1, 2006

By Richard Valdemar

One afternoon about five years ago, I was summoned from my desk at the detective division of a major Southern California urban sheriff's department and asked to meet one of the staff drill instructors at our academy gymnasium.

How to Evaluate a Handgun  

February 1, 2006

By Mike Detty

With the right tests you can determine whether a pistol makes the grade as your next duty or off-duty weapon.

Taking Gangs to Task  

February 1, 2006

By Shelly Feuer Domash

New York detective Ricky Smith has devoted his life to battling for control of the streets.

Marking Rounds  

January 1, 2006


Sold under the brand names AirMunition (sold by Advanced Interactive Systems) and Simunition FX, marking rounds are reduced power cartridges tipped with soft, colored plastic projectiles that splat against the target and leave a bright mark.

Do You Swear?  

January 1, 2006

By Dan Pasquale

Brushing up on courtroom testimony.

Leadership on a (Time) Budget  

January 1, 2006

By Mark G. Stainbrook

"Time is neutral, but it can be made the ally of those who will seize it and use it to the full." — Sir Winston Churchill

Mission Statement  

January 1, 2006

By David Griffith

Anyone who has ever sat in the editor’s chair of a magazine will tell you that a magazine is a living organism.

By the Numbers  

January 1, 2006

By Kimberly M. Thompson

The police in my area made national news when a local dog owner and repeat offender of the leash law tricked them into issuing a citation for a $50 fine to his dog. The dog owner made a mockery of the situation by requesting a hearing on behalf of the dog, and reporters found that very amusing.

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