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<p>Photo: krossbow (flickr)</p>

The Potential Hazards of Project Blue Light  

December 6, 2011
When you see police union stickers doing double-duty as "Break Window Here" decals and non-cops getting physically assaulted for wearing cop-related attire, you have to wonder if a Project Blue Light display of respect couldn't come back to bite us and our loved ones.
<p>Flickr_CC:&nbsp;<a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/waltarrrrr/&quot;>waltarrrrr</a></p>

Crowd Control Policy and the 'Occupy' Movement   

December 6, 2011
Guess who the elected officials (or campus officials) send in to take down the tent cities and "evict" the protestors. (Do you have a mirror handy?)
<p>RideOut Technologies&#39; Storm Quest (left) and Comfort Carbon saddles. Photo: Scott Smith</p>

Product Test: RideOut's Storm Quest and Carbon Comfort Saddles  

December 5, 2011
The extended riding of bicycle patrol can be grueling, especially if you don't have a comfortable saddle. The Storm Quest and Comfort Carbon saddles from RideOut Technologies deliver on this promise.

Video: Avoiding Blue on Blue Arrests  

November 28, 2011
These are legitimate concerns, especially from an officer safety angle. After all, take-over robbery suspects have been known to don raid jackets or flash badges as a means of gaining entry into victims' houses.
<p>CC_Flickr: <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/-sel-/&quot;>-sel</a>.</p>

Backing the Badge: Project Blue Light  

November 24, 2011
Join us as part of "Project Blue Light," and let your blue lights shine for law enforcement during the holidays. Remember, the color blue is also a symbol of peace.
<p>Glendale (Ariz.) Police Officer Brad Jones.</p>

After the Fall  

November 3, 2011
Anyone wonder what happens to a police officer "after" he or she is killed in the line duty? Unfortunately, I had the sad opportunity and yet the privilege to find out firsthand. Several days ago, 27-year-old Glendale (Ariz.) Police Officer Brad Jones was shot in the line of duty by a suspect who isn't worth the dirt we walk on.
<p>Photo: LASD</p>

LASD Jail Probe: Chickens Come Home to Roost  

October 31, 2011
It is quite possible that Baca did try to keep abreast of things, only to find his efforts undermined by another all-too-human factor-the fear of alienating one's self from the marginal affections of el jefe. Face it, nobody wants to get caught playing Mr. Blackwell—the fashion critic-to the emperor with no clothes.
<p>Photo: LAPPL</p>

Onion Field Cop Killer: Coming Together for Justice  

October 25, 2011
The members of the Los Angeles Police Protective League are extremely gratified that the California Board of Parole hearings recommended against granting a compassionate release from prison to Gregory Powell, the infamous "Onion Field" cop killer.

Onion Field Cop Killer: No 'Compassionate' Release  

October 8, 2011
Gregory Powell wants another chance at getting out of prison. He has cancer, and believes that fact should justify a "compassionate release." Never mind that he showed Ian Campbell absolutely no mercy and tried to murder Campbell's partner Karl Hettinger that same night in that same onion field.
<p>Photo: <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/itodd76/&quot;>Todd Kravos</a><strong id=&quot;yui_3_4_0_3_1317337337219_1062&quot;>.</strong></p>

Police Agencies Need to Take 'Dirty' Money  

September 29, 2011
Whatever the incentive is for someone donating something, it shouldn't be of concern so long as we conduct ourselves in a manner that is expected of us and we have no reason to believe the nature of what we are receiving stands to compromise us.
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