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Tracking Surenos  

February 1, 2000

By Al Valdez

Hispanic gangs are among the fastest growing gangs in the country today. Many of the Hispanic gangs that form today across the country claim Sureno or "Sureiio­13" allegiance. Why the proliferation? Where did the Sureno gangs originate?

Buyer's Guide Update Form  

January 1, 2000

POLICE Magazine is finalizing our annual Buyer's Guide (this year our 13th issue!) and we want to ensure we have all the correct information on your company so your buyers can reach you. This data will be used in our print as online buyer's guides.

The Tiny Rascal Gang: Big Trouble  

January 1, 2000

By Investigator Al Valdez

By the mid 1980s Cambodian street youths started to band together for protection from the street gangs.  These young kids realized that as a group, they could be stronger, they could become the aggressors, not the victims, and they could make more money.

Scott County (Minn.) Sheriff’s Office  

January 1, 2000

By Det. Brian Wondra

With an area of 375 square miles, the county, located southeast of the central park of Minnesota, is 25 miles southwest of Minneapolis, making it part of the seven-county metropolitan area.  Though Scott County's population is 77,924, the racetrack, casino and the Renaissance Festival alone account for more than 5.3 million annual visitors.

School Safety Panel Message: Hike the Profile of Officers  

January 1, 2000

By Dennis Hall

The Columbine High School incident last spring seared itself into the American consciousness and while everyone has probably grown tired of hearing about it, the fact remains that mass incidents of violence have continued both on and off campus since then.

Real Players Resist Urge to Armchair QB  

January 1, 2000

By Ret. Cmdr. Vincent Faggiano & Thomas T. Gillespie

Police officers, like athletes, must perform in the "public eye" under tremendous stress and pressure.  The self-proclaimed experts then scrutinize the decisions made, or not made.  They sit back in their armchairs, not having to make split-second decisions.  Many have never played the game, yet they are quick to criticize.

Police Productivity: A State of Mind, An Approach to the Job  

January 1, 2000

By Officer Michael P. Bauman, Evans (Colo.) PD

 How many times in your career have you uttered the words, "It's dead out," or "There's nothin' goin' on," or any of a million similar phrases that basically say, "I'm bored?"

Police Service Dogs: The Unheralded Training Tool  

January 1, 2000

By Officer Brad Smith, West Covina (Calif.) PD

Police officers are asked to make split-second life-or-death decisions.  We have to decide in a blink of an eye if we are going to shoot.  Then over the next several years everyone will dissect, analyze and scrutinize our actions.

Extracting Suspects from Commercial Aircraft Safely  

January 1, 2000

By Jeff Martin and George T. Williams

The extraction of unruly or even dangerous criminals from crowded, commercial airliners is not an everyday occurrence for an airport officer, although it happens all too frequently.

Real Players Resist Urge to Armchair QB  

January 1, 2000

By Vincent Faggiano and Thomas T. Gillespie

Having trained thousands of law enforcement officers in the proper response to and resolution of critical incidents, we watched the Columbine tragedy as courageous tactical officers executed a hurried but effective plan to safely "clear the school."

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