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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 - October 2012

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<p>CC_Flickr: <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/36698822@N00/6789222/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Hourman</a></p>

Police Links: Creepy Crimes  

October 31, 2012
Ah, yes. In the tenth month of the year the days are getting shorter and the creeps seem to be getting creepier. It wouldn't be October without weird Halloween-related crime stories.
<p>Photo courtesy of NLEOMF.</p>

Police Documentary Explores Meaning of Heroism, Sacrifice  

October 12, 2012
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and Modern City Entertainment are teaming up to create "Heroes Behind the Badge," a documentary about the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers serving across America.
<p>Oak Creek (Wis.) PD&#39;s Officer Sam Lenda emphasized the importance of active-shooter training during a Monday presentation. Photo: Paul Clinton</p>

IACP 2012: Chief, Officer Discuss Sikh Temple Shooting  

October 1, 2012
The Oak Creek (Wis.) Police officer who helped end the Sikh Temple shooting rampage and his police chief urged their colleagues to provide their officers with the training and equipment needed to respond to active shooters at the IACP show in San Diego.
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