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Climate Control  

September 1, 2006

By Dave Smith

Mailmen have nothing on cops when it comes to working in sleet and rain and blinding heat.

In last month's issue, we asked you which of these HK pistols was Airsoft. Did you answer correctly that the bottom one is the pellet pistol?

Dangerous Lookalikes  

September 1, 2006

By Kenneth R. Murray

Improper use of Airsoft, BB, and pellet guns on the street can cause deadly confusion for law enforcement.

How to Investigate a Meth Lab  

September 1, 2006

By David Street

Navigating the dangers of cookers’ “kitchens.”

The Power of Field Contacts  

September 1, 2006

By Dan Pasquale

Simply put, the more information you have in a case, the better your chances of solving it. While this is common knowledge to most officers, we tend to forget that using field contacts is one of the easiest ways of gaining intelligence in our own cities.

Contact Knowledge  

August 1, 2006

By Dan Pasquale

Everyone has their own list of local "Good Guys To Know." While it's great to have a guy on call to get the best restaurant recommendations and a killer deal on that new truck, it can be just as useful in your career of law enforcement.

Good Riddance  

August 1, 2006

By David Griffith

By the most conservative estimates, there are more than 12 million illegal aliens in this country. All but the most liberal Americans and those who own large industries that benefit from illegal alien labor at ridiculously low wages believe that this is a real problem.

Shots Fired: Tulsa, Oklahoma 10/13/2002  

August 1, 2006

By Dean Scoville

Officer Darren Bristow of the Tulsa (Okla.) Police Department came close to avoiding the entire episode. But isn’t that usually the case? It’s the cop who stays an hour longer than he’d planned…It’s the patrolman who swaps shifts to get a day off…It’s the trooper who decides to make just one more t-stop before calling it a day who ends up having a really bad shift.

Less-Lethal Tools for Off-Duty Carry  

August 1, 2006

By Adam Kasanof

Consider the following scenario: You are off duty in a neighborhood bar dealing with a belligerent drunk. You can’t leave. You’ve tried to calm the situation with words, and he’s still coming at you. You’ve called 911 and on-duty officers are on the way. But the guy attacks you.

Smith & Wesson M&P15 Rifle  

August 1, 2006

By Mike Detty

I drove from my home in Tucson to the SHOT Show in Las Vegas this year—it’s a scenic drive that takes a little more than seven hours. Entering the city, I passed a large police motorcade that was just beginning on the other side of the highway.

Gerber Legendary Blades--Kinderer Rescue Knife  

August 1, 2006

By Scott Smith

It seems many manufacturers are determined to cover all of a user’s needs in one tool. However, if your overloaded pocket tool is roughly the size of a Snap-On mechanic’s box, the odds are it will be too cumbersome to carry all the time. What is needed is a knife and tool you can easily carry that still provides you with all the basics.
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