By Walter Zalisko
A number of law enforcement sources report a dramatic increase the past two years in the number of Ukrainian and Russian immigrant women recruited into slavery and sexually exploited in the New Jersey and New York area.
By Al Valdez
They may not come from Wall Street but business is booming for street gangs trafficking in drugs
By Officer Dan Kalk
Within the tactical community there's no doubt that the hottest topic is school terrorism. In the aftermath of several attacks against students at schools, there is much debate and second guessing as to whether SWAT teams have made the correct tactical responses to such incidents.
By Joseph Henderson
At about seven a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 30, 1999, Seattle police officers and city employees were setting up barriers they hoped would hold back thousands of World Trade Organization (WTO) protesters they knew were coming.
By Sean Kenny
Fitness is critical for all law enforcement officers, especially those on tactical units.
Street gangs in America are nothing new. Some of the earliest identified groups with gang-like behaviors formed after the Revolutionary War in 1793.
By Sgt. Dean Scoville
"We're not report takers. We're the police."
By Capt. Gerald W. Garner
If officer safety education is so prevalent and well-accepted today, how does one explain the bloody fact that between 50 and 75 officers still perish at the hands of criminals in any given year?
By Res. Officer John M. Bair
After briefing, my FTO and I walked out to our patrol unit. When he got in, he started the car and said, "Before we get started--I'm not used to having a partner. I don't like having a partner. Especially a reserve."
By D.P. Van Blaricom
One study has shown that 32 percent of the homeless, who populate our urban streets, are mentally ill and if you have homeless people in your community, you most certainly have those who are mentally ill among them.