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Are Agencies Prepared for a National Power Grid Down?

December 1, 2017

Sponsored by American Military University

If the power grid goes down, everything that relies on electricity will become inoperable. The possibility of such an event may be more likely than you think. Find out more about potential threats to the power grid and how law enforcement agencies can prepare.
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Dallas Chief Demotes Top Brass

November 30, 2017
It was expected that Hall would have to demote some people, but the names tied to those demotions came has a shock to many former and current officers.
<p>Don Alwes will be teaching a LEEP class in the NTOA track called &quot;Active Shooter Update and the Advanced Police Officer&quot; at the 2018 SHOT Show. This class looks at recent active shooter incidents and discusses lessons learned. (Photo: David Griffith)</p>

POLICE Magazine and NSSF Sponsor Low-Cost Law Enforcement Training at SHOT Show 2018

November 29, 2017
The Law Enforcement Education Program (LEEP) at SHOT 2018 lets officers attend high-quality training sessions for $25. That fee allows any sworn officer in attendance at the SHOT Show to take in as much LEEP training as they wish.

Video: LAPD Launches Paid Training Program for High School Grads

November 28, 2017
Through the Pledge to Patrol program – also known as the Associate Community Officer Program or A-COP – more than two dozen high school graduates will be working part-time for the Los Angeles Police Department as a way to train the next generation of police officers.

Border Patrol Losing Agents Faster Than It Can Replace Them

November 13, 2017
The U.S. Border Patrol is losing agents faster than it can hire them, according to a new audit released last week that said competition with other federal law enforcement and the difficulty of passing a polygraph test have sapped the agency of nearly 2,000 agents it’s supposed to have.

Customized Care Can Help First Responders in the Aftermath of Trauma

November 1, 2017

Sponsored by American Military University

First responders regularly deal with tragedy and trauma, which can take a toll on their mental health. If it's time to seek treatment, here's why it's so important for first responders to receive customized and specialized care by trauma-informed clinicians.

New Report Reveals Issue-Based and Technology-Focused Policies in LE on the Rise

October 23, 2017
According to the State of Policy in Law Enforcement 2017 Report by PowerDMS, agencies increasingly turn to technology to keep pace with rapidly evolving landscape of policy and hold officers accountable.

5.11 Rolls Out a New Range of Boots for this Season

October 20, 2017

Sponsored by 5.11 Tactical

5.11 Tactical introduces new boots this season with loads of features for all conditions.

Trump to Nominate Kelly's White House Deputy as DHS Secretary

October 11, 2017
The White House announced on Wednesday that President Donald Trump will nominate cybersecurity expert Kirstjen Nielsen to run the Department of Homeland Security.

Florida Police Agency Uses Drones to Assess Hurricane Damage

October 1, 2017

Sponsored by American Military University

As Hurricane Irma approached the Florida coast, this police agency deployed drones to document current conditions. After Irma made landfall, the agency sent drones out again to assess storm damage and provide information about what areas were hit the worst. Learn more about their UAS program.
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