Do you think wearing on-body cameras on duty should be mandatory?
By Roy Huntington
The big secret is to listen to these veteran cops, believe most of it, and put it into action in your own life. What I learned from older cops saved my life on several occasions.
By Shawn Hughes
As terrorists continue to expand their knowledge base, their capability to unleash weapons of mass destruction on the American public moves from the realm of fictional thrillers to all-too-real concerns for public safety.
By Shelly Feuer Domash
If federal agencies have problems cooperating and sharing information, how can local law enforcement work with them? The answers are certainly not simple, and may depend on just who is doing the answering.
By Melanie Basich
Sometimes it's hard to know what's new in the world of K-9 gear. So to catch you up on the cool stuff that's out there, here's a look at some of the newest and most useful products available for your four-legged partner.
By Mark G. Stainbrook
Things might be bad all over, but as a leader you can have a huge impact on the morale and welfare of your folks.
By David Griffith
Many people don't realize it, but the United States is at war. I don't mean the war in Iraq. No disrespect intended to the men and women bravely serving in that conflict, but in the big picture the fight for Iraq is not the war. It is a major campaign in the war.
The Corner Shot is a combination of an articulating gun mount and a video camera sighting system that was developed by two former senior officers from elite units of the Israel Defense Forces.
By Scott Smith
The LTT875 automatic scores high marks on both smooth deployment of the blade and blade security. When its release button is activated, the blade pops out of the frame smoothly and quickly.
By Bob Davis
TrueActive Monitor, true to its name, monitors all PC activities on a computer it's been installed on, including any programs running; keystrokes made; and files altered, created, deleted, moved, or renamed.
By Devallis Rutledge
More than a handful of judges, lawyers, and police officers mistakenly thought of Miranda as some sort of judicial rule about how police officers are required to conduct interrogations.