By Mark G. Stainbrook
Smoke still rolled on the horizon and sporadic gunfire could still be heard around the city when I was ordered to report to the Palestine Meridian Hotel for reassignment. We were in the fabled city of Baghdad, and it was a chaotic mess.
By David Griffith
A show like IACP often involves about a thousand or more exhibitors, hawking a wide variety of products and services.
By Dave Douglas
Today, instant law enforcement photography has taken a quantum leap with the adoption of digital cameras by many departments.
In post-war Iraq, the only order will come from the work of good cops.
By Dave Spaulding
Law officers who face multiple (potential) opponents are in a perilous, if not deadly, situation. The proper response to multiple offender confrontations can be summed up as follows: avoid, evade, and counter.
By Scott Smith
Thanks to the work of Ryan Wilson and Darrell Ralph, the Wilson name, long known for quality firearms, is now on a superior line of knives.
By Devallis Rutledge
A pretrial identification procedure is considered too unreliable if it is "so impermissibly suggestive as to give rise to a very substantial likelihood of misidentification."
By Commander Gilmore
Some countries' cops have to deal with unique problems.
By Charles Gary
In retrospect, last year’s sniper crisis is as much an anomaly as it is a brilliant case study, holding surprises that would have rattled the most veteran of public information officers PIOs. But while it is impossible to anticipate every media situation, a few guidelines do exist.
By David Spraggs
When violent crimes are committed in Boulder, they often involve UC students. One such crime was the brutal abduction and gang rape of a young woman that we'll call "Lisa."