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Blog - Patrol - May 2012

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How Private Security Can Help Law Enforcement  

May 31, 2012
I've worked in private security for many years, and in my experience there are certain steps people in this profession can take to better help law enforcement investigate incidents. Here is what police officers prefer to encounter when they arrive at the scene of a crime and need to speak with security personnel.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

Flashlights: Hand-held Vs. Weapon-Mounted  

May 22, 2012
A tactical light should meet three basic requirements that apply to hand-held and weapon-mounted lights—a high-output beam, reliable high energy power, and tactically correct switching.

Are You a Coward?  

May 14, 2012
That oath did not spare the lives of some officers who failed to live up to it. I will refrain from listing their names herein as they have already paid the ultimate price for their reticence to do what obviously had to be done.
<p>Photo: Yuda Chen</p>

Force Science Institute Studies Sudden Vehicle Stop Attacks  

May 9, 2012
The Force Science Institute has completed a new study on vehicle stop safety and will offer specific pointers on how officers can better protect themselves from sudden shooting attacks.

In Defense of George Zimmerman  

May 3, 2012
Politicians and law enforcement administrators often credit law enforcement with the safety enjoyed in nicer neighborhoods. We don't deserve the credit. Safe neighborhoods are not made so by quality policing.
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