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CornerStone Applications’ RangeMaster Pro is a simple but powerful tool for keeping track of firearm training sessions and qualification shoots at any size of agency.

CornerStone Applications RangeMaster Pro  

November 1, 2004

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.

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Borderless Concealed Carry  

November 1, 2004

By Devallis Rutledge

What if local laws forbid you to carry a concealed weapon?

The Big Score  

November 1, 2004

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.

Camelbak’s newest innovation is a 3-liter reservoir constructed of material that protects the user’s water supply from chemical and biological contaminants.

TREXPO East: Report from the Show Floor  

November 1, 2004

By David Griffith

Tactical show offers look at new equipment for SWAT and patrol.

TREXPO East: Hard Lessons  

November 1, 2004

By David Griffith

Anti-terror seminars spell out brutality of the enemy to conference attendees.

Trauma scene cleanup is not only a dirty job; it’s also a hazardous one.

Picking Up the Pieces  

November 1, 2004

By Neil Weiss

The cleanup of the carnage left behind by a bloody crime or suicide requires more than a mop and some soapy water. Survivors of the victims are not only emotionally ill equipped to literally pick up the pieces of their loved ones, they lack the proper tools.

Sorting Out Communications Chaos  

November 1, 2004

By David Griffith

If that wasn't bad enough, communications problems among officers from the 25 different agencies involved made it extremely difficult for responders to coordinate the five-hour operation that led to the shooter's surrender.

Increased anti-terror police presence during special events and homeland security alerts is reassuring to the public, but it drains resources at a time when many departments don’t have the money and manpower for even traditional police operations.

Slicing the Pie  

November 1, 2004

By Dean Scoville

The first phase of the Iraq War alone cost $79 billion and more than $100 billion may be spent on the reconstruction of Iraq. Back at home, American cities received only a relative pittance to fund their new homeland security duties, despite being deemed the front lines of response to terrorist attacks.

The Money Crunch: Brother, Can You Spare a Few Mil?  

November 1, 2004

By Melanie Basich

When Oregon laid off 139 of its state troopers and 300 employees total in one day, the already spread thin department was left with few officers to police the state, while the crime labs that process evidence for all Oregon law enforcement agencies were all but shut down. And the agency is not alone in suffering budget woes.

Volunteers often help departments by taking on jobs such as collecting forensic evidence after officers clear a scene.

The Money Crunch: Staffing Shortage  

November 1, 2004

By Melanie Basich

When times are tough, staffing takes the brunt of the cuts. That's true in business. That's true in law enforcement.

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