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Reading List to Make 2018 Your Best Financial Year Yet  

January 4, 2018

By Adam Doran

I want to share a list of the four books that have most impacted my financial success as I've made a study of wealth building over the last several years.

<p>Jeff Martone of Tactical Athlete performs high-intensity kettlebell swing&nbsp;and catch exercises.&nbsp;Photo: Jeff Martone</p>

Just Get It Done  

January 4, 2018

By George Ryan

Scheduling high-intensity workouts is much easier when you have an actionable plan.

<p>Photo: Joe Fiorentino</p>

Defending Against the Choke  

January 4, 2018

By Joe Fiorentino

One of the first things any attacker will attempt to do to you in a physical confrontation is to cut off the oxygen to your brain, so it's important for you to know how to escape and counter that assault.

<p>Nationwide, tens of thousands of rape kits have been collected but never submitted for DNA testing. Photo: Getty Images</p>

Busting the Backlog  

January 3, 2018

By Ronnie Garrett

By establishing new policies for processing rape kit evidence and by adopting victim-centered investigation strategies, departments can close more sexual assault cases.

<p>Photo Courtesy of Sydney Vail</p>

Police Surgeon  

January 3, 2018

By David Griffith

Dr. Sydney Vail rolls out with a SWAT team, trains law enforcement officers in hemorrhage response, and operates on wounded officers as a gunshot wound specialist.

<p><em>Photo: Troy Acoustics Corporation</em></p>

Firearms Training Equipment 2018  

January 3, 2018

By Melanie Basich

When you're looking to improve your shooting practice, look to these tools.

What Law Enforcement Needs to Know About Criminal Snipers  

December 8, 2017

By Derrick Bartlett

The American Sniper Association has been providing information and training on criminal snipers in classes for nearly 20 years. This article includes some updates reflecting the lessons re-learned in Las Vegas.

<p>With an HSA, you&#39;re building a savings account that not only pays for your healthcare expenses, but can also be invested for tax-free growth. Photo: Getty Images</p>

Why You Should Consider the HSA  

December 7, 2017

By Adam Doran

A health savings account can save you money, but only if you enroll in one before the deadline.

<p>In Martinelli&#39;s program, for psycho-medical emergencies officers are taught to treat the subject as someone needing medical intervention, not a suspect.&nbsp;Photo: Martinelli and Associates</p>

De-Escalation Instructor Training  

December 7, 2017

By David Griffith

This October, a new de-escalation training methodology was presented to law enforcement administrators, supervisors, and field officers in Delaware that the participants say could become the training model for de-escalation training nationally.

<p>In addition to SWAT, dispatchers, first responding officers, and supervisors need to train for a criminal sniper incident.&nbsp;Photo:&nbsp;Getty Images.&nbsp;</p>

Lessons Learned from the Vegas Sniper Attack  

December 6, 2017

By Derrick Bartlett

A criminal sniper shooting people from an elevated "hide" presents an extreme tactical challenge for law enforcement.

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