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<p>5.11 Tactical</p>

Tactical and Patrol Uniforms  

June 9, 2016

By Roselynne Reyes

This apparel is designed to look professional while withstanding extreme conditions.

<p>Photo: The Phoenix Police Museum</p>

How Miranda Became a Household Name  

June 9, 2016

By Robert Demlong

Ernesto Miranda's story began over a dozen years before his untimely death in the downtown skid row section of Phoenix, AZ, only a few blocks from where his story ended. It is presented here by the police officer who made the investigation and arrest, and took the confession later ruled inadmissible as evidence by the U.S. Supreme Court.

<p>Photo: istockphoto.com</p>

How to Maximize Retirement Income  

June 9, 2016

By Bill Hubbard

When you are in the middle of your law enforcement career, you are caught on the merry-go-round of your career, stretching and straining to reach the brass ring known as "retirement." But there is retirement and there is retiring well and in comfort.

<p>Photo: istockphoto.com</p>

A Movement Built on Lies  

June 9, 2016

By Ron Martinelli

Most BLM movement supporters are true believers who won't consider contrary evidence, even scientific evidence. In fact, I don't think I'm going out on a limb in claiming they spew deliberate lies regarding law enforcement's encounters with members of the black community.

<p>Photo: istockphoto.com</p>

Who Qualifies for the LEOSA Privilege?  

June 9, 2016

By James M. Baranowski

Let me stress that this is not meant to be either legal advice or an end-all/be-all discussion, but it is my hope that it will assist many of you in answering this question: Who qualifies for the privilege LEOSA affords?

Tags: LEOSA, NRA

Why Officers Need Advanced Medical Training  

June 9, 2016

By Lawrence Heiskell

The days are over where officers stood around calling for medical aid on their radios while a victim or even suspect bled to death. The public expects officers to render aid and attempt to save lives.

<p>Photo: Kelly Bracken</p>

A Really Dumb Idea  

June 9, 2016

By David Griffith

The problem with the push to develop smart gun systems and replace law enforcement duty weapons with firearms fitted with the technology is that it may do very little to prevent gun grabs and could make police operations even more dangerous.

Cop 101 Never Goes Out of Style  

June 9, 2016

By Amaury Murgado

As a supervisor, making sure that policies and procedures are being followed should be part of your daily routine. Following these protocols creates a baseline that gives you much needed consistency during any operation. That baseline is what I call Cop 101.

Police Product Test: Velocity Systems Boss Rugby Long Sleeve Shirt  

June 9, 2016

By A.J. George

Unlike the traditional version, the Boss Rugby's sleeves are sleek and flexible, designed to contour to the wearer and provide great ventilation as well as protection from the elements. 

<p>Illustration: Sequoia Blankenship</p>

The Age of Unreason  

June 9, 2016

By Dave Smith

We don't control many things in the world except ourselves, and I think the key to happiness is just that: control the things you can (your beliefs, your emotions, your dreams, and your efforts) and let go of the things you can't control (meaning the world.)

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