By Mark G. Stainbrook
Police officers deal with conflicts every day--not just with suspects or the public, but between fellow officers.
By David Griffith
There's an old chestnut that says the Chinese word for "crisis" is the same as the Chinese word opportunity.
By Greg Meyer
Most police confrontations do not make for pleasant dinnertime viewing, regardless of what tactics are used and regardless of whether the force is justified.
By Dave Douglas
The M1A SOCOM can supply well-directed heavy fire from an easy-to-use, cop-friendly platform.
By Scott Smith
The SL1 is a quality knife and a quality light. And the more I used it, the more I realized that it was an excellent way to provide a working cop with an emergency blade and an emergency light in one compact package.
By Bob Davis
You train. And you train a lot. But if you can't detail the relevant results of firearms training and qualifying shoots other than just scoring which officers passed or failed, then you're fueling the fires of allegations and litigation.
By Devallis Rutledge
What if local laws forbid you to carry a concealed weapon?
By Maury Schuh
That's when I showed them one of the jugs. It was labeled in Latin "aqua distillas." That's right: Vernon and James had scored big with several brown glass jugs of distilled water.
Tactical show offers look at new equipment for SWAT and patrol.
Anti-terror seminars spell out brutality of the enemy to conference attendees.