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A Crash Course in Collaboration: How Technology can Fuel Better Engagement Between City and Campus Police Departments  

October 2, 2018

Sponsored by CentralSquare Technologies

The National Center for Education Statistics forecasted an enrollment of 19.9 million adults across U.S. colleges and universities. How can campus security stay ahead? 

Law Enforcement Consortiums: The New Face of Records Management  

August 15, 2018

Sponsored by Superion

By Andi Mucklow

How can agencies survive budget costs and diminishing resources while still keeping their communities safe? Consortiums are quickly becoming the answer.

<p>Illustration: Sequoia Blankenship</p>

Equilibrium  

December 10, 2018

By Dave Smith

It is tough to have effective training when the troops are not receptive to the message.

<p>K2 Solutions is one of the largest providers of explosive detection dogs in the United States. (Photo: K2 Solutions)</p>
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Training the Bomb Hunters  

November 16, 2018

By David Griffith

Person-Borne Explosives Detection Dogs can detect explosives being carried on the body of a moving person.

<p>Patrol officers don&#39;t have the all the equipment and training of tactical units, but they can learn from the tactics, including room clearing from the threshold. (Photo: Franklin Rau)</p>

Responding to the Active Shooter  

November 9, 2018

By Christophor Periatt

Nearly two decades after Columbine there shouldn't be any question as to what we as law enforcement should do in an active shooter situation. We have to respond as safely as possible, grab what we have with us, and stop the killing.

<p>Illustration: Sequoia Blankenship</p>

´╗┐When You Work for a Jerk  

October 8, 2018

By Dave Smith

Who among us hasn't worked for a jerk and found ourselves dreading the moment we had to pull into the parking lot at the beginning of the workday?

<p>U.S. Park Police public order team officers train in all weather conditions, both night and day. (Photo: Geoff Perrin)</p>

Beyond the Mobile Field Force  

October 4, 2018

By Geoff Perrin

American officers are facing a new era of protest, but agencies are still using tactics and methods and training their officers to the standards of 40 or more years ago. I submit to you that the time has come for change in how American officers respond to protests and riots, and that you could learn a lot from your colleagues across the Atlantic.

<p>Once the parties have been separated, interview everyone involved. Do so from a safe distance, with your hands above your waist and weapon side back. (Photo: Michael Schlosser)</p>

Responding to Domestic Disturbances  

October 4, 2018

By Michael Schlosser

A domestic disturbance call can involve anything from a verbal dispute to a homicide. So we all need reminders of the danger of domestic disputes and ensure officers are taking all precautions.

<p>When you are made aware of a complaint against you deemed to have merit, you should have a strategy ready. (Photo: Getty Images)</p>

How To Survive a Reprimand  

October 1, 2018

By Amaury Murgado

Dealing with a reprimand at work can be a very distressing situation. Sometimes we create the situation and sometimes the situation is created for us. Either way, it's best to develop a strategy so you are prepared if and when it happens.

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