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Firing Practice Helps Make Survival Possible  

August 1, 2000

By Res. Sgt. R.K. Campbell

Personal investigation indicates that only about 25 percent of officers practice on their own time.  Supervisors, concerned by a low hit rate in critical incidents, may push for better handguns and advanced training.  But officers are responsible for their own safety and should practice on their own.

Doing ‘Whatever it Takes’ To Survive Confrontations  

August 1, 2000

By Capts. Larkin Fourkiller and Michael Holsapple

Consider that since 1994, more than 280,000 law enforcement officers have been assaulted or injured and more than 840 killed in the line of duty.  We should ask one another whether some of these deaths and injuries could have been prevented.  Are police officers really trained in the best methods to survive "street fight" encounters?

The U.S. Postal Inspection Service  

August 1, 2000

By Robert Bethel

Chief Postal Inspector Kenneth C. Weaver heads one of the oldest and most distinguished federal law enforcement agencies in the country, the United States Postal Inspection Service.

Police Recruits  

August 1, 2000

By T.M. Finneran

Should applicants for jobs as police be held to a higher standard of moral character than is expected in other fields of employment? These re­cruits, after all, are just the mirror image of the society they will police. Is this pre­requisite fair, or even realistic?

Let's Party  

August 1, 2000

By Al Valdez

Like other street groups, party crews are affected by changing trends, new members joining, older members leaving and technology. One thing to re­member is that most party crew mem­bers do not seek the violence that is found on the street.

The Tune-Up  

July 1, 2000

By Deputy Mitchell Mana

 "One hundred dollars for a tune-up?!!!" I shrieked as I read the estimate at the auto mechanic's shop for a tune-up on my aging pickup truck.  Alex, the mechanic-in a way only Alex can reply--laughed and said, "Mitch, you cab pay me little bit now for a simple tune-up, or you can let it go and pay me big bucks later for a complete overhaul."

Hoover Dam Police Department  

July 1, 2000

By Steve Leon

On a typical day at Hoover Dam, it is not unusual to observe tourists peering at the world-famous structure through sunglasses.  The sunglasses worn by Hoover Dam police officers provide the same view of the dam, which lies on the Arizona-Nevada border, but with a different perspective.

Cholesterol: Sorting Good From Bad  

July 1, 2000

By Lawrence Heiskell, M.D.

For those individuals who are geneti­cally predisposed to having cholesterol problems, a diet high in saturated fats is the main cause of high cholesterol levels in the blood.

Surviving Your Off-Duty Hours  

July 1, 2000

By Corporal John Bellah

Anyone who has spent any amount of time in law enforce­ment has heard threats. That is one of the reasons we carry firearms while off duty, have unlisted telephone numbers, and maybe have the registra­tion information of our personally owned vehicles restricted.

Put Full Service Gang Units to Work  

July 1, 2000

By Al Valdez

To combat the gang problem, use the components of prevention, suppression and intervention.

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