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Mark Rivera, Customer Retention Manager and CJIS Security Compliance Officer with Vigilant Solutions, served for sixteen years with the Maryland State Police, retiring at the rank of First Sergeant with thirteen of those years at the supervisory and command level. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Management from The Johns Hopkins University and Secret clearance through the FBI, Baltimore.

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Choosing the Right Lightbar  

May 4, 2015

By Ryan Mason

Selecting the right LED lighting solution for your agency's vehicles can be a daunting task for the uninitiated. There are multiple factors to consider, including lumen output levels, the lightbar's shape, and interoperability with existing equipment.

<p>Photo: iStock</p>

How to Handle Stress On Duty  

May 1, 2015

By Amaury Murgado

Stress is a part of the job. But there are actions you can take to mitigate its effects that don't include the usual advice from doctors and fitness magazines.

<p>Photo: Michael Schlosser</p>

Reacting to Gun Grabs  

April 30, 2015

By Michael Schlosser and Michael "Ben" Toberman

In addition to the built-in retention of your holster, there are some techniques and tactics that you need to know in order to keep your duty weapon in place during a physical altercation.

The Secret Service: The Media's Punching Bag  

April 29, 2015

By Jon Adler

Special agents are real people exposed to real risks; they suffer real pain and bleed real blood.

<p>Photo: iStockphoto.com</p>

25 Ways to Make Police Training More Effective  

April 29, 2015

By David Griffith

Because police training is in the news we thought it was a good time to ask veteran officers and trainers how they would improve law enforcement training and make it more effective. The following is collected from the comments of more than a dozen sources.

<p>Photo: Project Lifesaver International</p>

Safeguarding the Most Vulnerable  

April 28, 2015

By Gene Saunders

At-risk individuals enrolled in Project Lifesaver wear a small personal transmitter around the wrist or ankle that emits an individualized tracking signal. Responders tune into the individualized frequency of the client's transmitter, listening for a signal that can help them locate the client.

<p>Photo of TASER Axon: Police File</p>

RoboCop: Wearable Tech  

April 28, 2015

By Melanie Basich

Developments such as interest in the Apple Watch and a federal push to create wearable tech specifically for first responders seem poised to make such devices mainstream for law enforcement officers.

<p>Photo: Oakley</p>

Police Product Test: Oakley SI Light Assault Boots  

April 28, 2015

By A.J. George

Available in black, desert tan, and coyote, Oakley's new Light Assault Boots are a great option for anyone looking for an incredibly light and comfortable tactical duty boot.

<p>G-Shock watch GA110MB-1A (Photo: Casio)</p>

Police Product Test: Casio G-Shock Military Black Watches  

April 28, 2015

By A.J. George

As with any G-Shock, durability is the name of the game. The Military Black line features excellent shock- and magnetic resistance, as well as being water tight up to 200 meters. Additionally, you get a chronograph, countdown timer, calendar, world time, and alarm; all nicely lit by a red LED. Basically everything you need and nothing you don't.

<p>Photo: iStockphoto.com</p>

Warrant Arrest Runner  

April 28, 2015

By Amaury Murgado

You're asked to help arrest a known felon with an active warrant for burglary. Since the suspect is a known runner you have to consider how to limit his mobility, among other things, as you begin your planning.

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