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Chief Accountability  

October 1, 2003

By Devallis Rutledge

Sometimes the man or woman in charge shoulders the blame, even when not personally involved in an incident.

Crocodile Wrestling  

October 1, 2003

By Commander Gilmore

Sometimes dead bodies cause cops more trouble than live subjects.

Corruption: Cracking Down on Bad Cops  

October 1, 2003

By David Griffith

Not all police misconduct is plastered across national newspapers, but it all has the same results. It erodes the public’s trust in law enforcement and it damages good cops, sometimes destroying their careers.

Screen Gems: Best Websites for LEOs  

October 1, 2003

By Dean Scoville

In researching the best Websites for law enforcement officers, we decided to go with a listing of quality sites that might roughly parallel an officer’s needs throughout his or her career.

Co-author Gary T. Klugiewicz takes a shot to the face.

Hot Shots  

October 1, 2003

By Gary T. Klugiewicz and Dave Young

OC has come a long way since it first arrived on the law enforcement market about a decade ago. Today, there are a wide variety of formulas, sizes, and systems that are common to the law enforcement market. And manufacturers keep working to develop improved versions.

"Dark Blue"  

September 1, 2003

By George Eliseo

"Dark Blue" is yet another mindless entry into the "Cops Are The Real Criminals" genre of what passes for Hollywood filmmaking these days.

War on Wise Street: Aftermath: Overture to Disaster  

September 1, 2003

By Mandy Goodnight

The sequence of events leading to the police fatalities on Feb. 20 began on a cool Wednesday morning, one day prior to the Wise Street shootout.

War on Wise Street: Aftermath  

September 1, 2003

By Mandy M. Goodnight

After the gunsmoke had cleared from the Feb. 20 police shootout in Alexandria, La.'s Sonia Quarters neighborhood, the Alexandria Police Department was physically and emotionally wounded.

War on Wise Street: Never Give Up  

September 1, 2003

By David Griffith

It seems unlikely, but it’s true. Not one of the surviving members of the Alexandria PD’s Special Response Team (SRT) has quit the force or even the team in the wake of the devastating gun battle that killed two officers and wounded three others.

Alexandria’s SRT team fought a pitched battle on this property. Gas drove the gunman from the white house, and he was killed in an exchange of gunfire. His body has been marked out of photo.

War on Wise Street  

September 1, 2003

By David Griffith

Alexandria (La.) PD’s Special Response Team was executing a detailed plan to serve warrants and search for evidence to connect Anthony Molette, 25, to recent ambush attack. Intelligence gathered before the assault told them that Molette would not be home. It was wrong.

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