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The Afterlife  

July 1, 2003

By David Griffith

There are many benefits to pursuing a career in law enforcement, one of them being you can retire at a relatively young age with a pension. But to continue paying the bills, there are retired law enforcement officers working in just about every field of human enterprise.

Countering Canine Attacks  

March 1, 2003

By Michael T. Rayburn

You have no choice. You draw your service weapon and fire three rounds into the dog. Two find their mark in its chest cavity, while the third rips through one of its front legs. It takes a few more paces, collapses, and dies.

The Stuff of Life  

March 1, 2003

By Lawrence Heiskell

It may seem obvious to everyone but old-fashioned football coaches, drill sergeants, and police academy PT instructors, but people exerting themselves in the hot sun need water. You need water for your body to function normally, and therefore to do your job.

Preventing Training Tragedies: Hard Knocks  

January 1, 2003

By David Griffith

Today's DT training is much more gritty, more physical, and closer to an approximation of what officers experience in a real street encounter. Unfortunately, it's also much more dangerous.

Special Report: Preventing Training Tragedies  

January 1, 2003

By David Griffith

In this issue of POLICE magazine, we address one of the greatest pressing concerns of police executives and law enforcement: the growing number of serious accidents and even deaths in police training.

Killing 'em Softly  

December 1, 2002

By POLICE Staff

Ask police defensive tactics (DT) instructors what's the most frequent cause of injury in their classes and they'll point the finger at an unlikely hazard: mats.

The conventional one-hand shooting method is to step toward the target and cant the gun inward.

One-Hand Engagement  

November 1, 2002

By Dave Spaulding

You don't like doing it, I don't like doing it…no one I know likes shooting with one hand. But quite often, how you shoot determines whether or not you go back to the street or end up in an office job riding a desk.

Officer Not All There  

September 1, 2002

By Jim McDevitt

"If anything happens tonight and we have to do any shooting, you have to do all of it," Hero said in a most relaxed manner.

9/11: Port Authority Police Department  

September 1, 2002

By Shelly Feuer Domash

Thirty-seven. That's how many New York/New Jersey Port Authority Police officers came to work on Sept. 11, 2001, and never went home. More than 2 percent of the agency's complement of 1,400 was killed in the attack, and to add insult to extreme injury, its headquarters were on the 67th floor of 1 World Trade Center.

Who Wants This Job?  

May 1, 2002

By Shelly Feuer Domash

As police departments across the country find themselves scrambling to find qualified recruits, many experts have begun asking, “What will it take to bring back the image that made law enforcement a highly desirable career?”

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