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Who Wants This Job?  

May 1, 2002

By Shelly Feuer Domash

As police departments across the country find themselves scrambling to find qualified recruits, many experts have begun asking, “What will it take to bring back the image that made law enforcement a highly desirable career?”

The Brotherhood  

May 1, 2002

By Steven M. Click

The feeling of being brothers (and sisters) with other law enforcement officers is just something you feel. If you don't, you are in the wrong line of work.

Breaking and Entering  

May 1, 2002

By Eugene Ramirez

As the number of tactical teams across the nation has increased for the past several years, the number of lawsuits being brought against tactical teams has also risen dramatically.

Behind Closed Doors  

May 1, 2002

By Gerald W. Garner

One part of the domestic violence scenario that remains unchanged is its extreme danger for the law enforcement officer sent to restore order out of mayhem.

Give Something Back  

May 1, 2002

By William Harvey

When teaching Field Training Officer (FTO) certification or Instructor Training programs, I challenge each of the prospective trainers to give something back. But that's their job. The question is, have we all been giving back like we should?

Kojak Lights  

May 1, 2002

By William Bell

In its prime during the mid-'70s the emergency warning light christened with the "Kojak" moniker was state-of-the-art and one of the few products available for use on "plain-clothes" vehicles

Centers of Higher Learning  

April 1, 2002

By Dave Douglas

Although most agencies supply their officers with basic firearms training, there are reasons that law enforcement officers are some of the most active attendees of specialized gun training academies.

Simple techniques leave you ready for anything, like concealed firearms.

Keep It Simple  

April 1, 2002

By Dave Spaulding

While many tactics and techniques look great on paper or in the controlled environment of the training center, many have not worked well in the field. When looking at any new tactic or technique, you need to apply a "Three S Test" to determine if it is valid.

Garrett makes a wide range of metal detectors for law enforcement, including wands, paddles, and walk-through systems.

Search Engines  

April 1, 2002

By Dean Scoville

Conducting a thorough head-to-toe search requires as intrusive a probing as garments will allow.

Wear Your Body Armor ... and Ear Muffs  

April 1, 2002

By Commander Gilmore

What possible duty could give an officer more satisfaction than shutting down rogue karaoke bars? That's what the Cambodian National Police have been tasked with, and they're getting a little extra support from the Cambodian Army: tanks.

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