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David Griffith

David Griffith

David Griffith has been editor of POLICE Magazine since December 2001. He brings more than 25 years of experience on magazines and newspapers to POLICE. A Maggie award-winning journalist, his byline has appeared on hundreds of articles in POLICE and other national magazines.



Melanie Basich

Melanie Basich

Managing Editor Melanie Basich joined POLICE Magazine in 2000 (when her last name was still Hamilton). An award-winning journalist, she has covered such topics as agency budgets, officer suicide, emerging law enforcement technologies, and active shooter tactics. She writes and manages the product section of POLICE.
Editor's Notes

Blog - Editor's Notes - August 2007

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Deadly Pets Dine on Dumbass Dangerous Animal Collector  

August 28, 2007
Here’s the deal. It seems that the friendly neighborhood Polizei were recently summoned to an apartment in Dortmund. They were summoned by the call that many cops worldwide have come to dread: “Neighbors report foul smell.”

TREXPO East Day Two—Siddle Wows Crowd with "Warrior Science"  

August 24, 2007
Siddle said it was critical for police trainers to take a more holistic approach to combat training. “We need to look at all of the intangibles of human response and bring them together in our training.” He also argued for combining fitness, use-of-force training, close-quarter combat training, and defensive tactics training into one discipline that is based on research into the physiological reaction of warriors to combat. “We need to avoid the flavor of the month,” he added. “The flavor of the

TREXPO East 2007—Day One Conference Highlights  

August 22, 2007
Using data that he has gathered from autopsies and from his experience with gunshot patients who survived, Vail revealed the limitations of traditional handgun and rifle ammo.

Head Hunters are Gunning for You  

August 20, 2007
On July 27, Phoenix police officer George Cortez, Jr. was shot in the eye and killed after being distracted while handcuffing a suspect.
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