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The Law Officer's Pocket Manual - Bloomberg BNA
This handy 4" x 6" spiral-bound manual offers examples showing how rules are...

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Who Should Be the HAIX Hero of the Month?  

Nominees for HAIX Hero of the Month have been chosen, and now, we want to hear more from our law enforcement community and supporters!

The Value of Continuing Education in Criminal Justice  

Today, more employers are requiring certificates for certain positions. For employees, certification offers a competitive edge and heightens career advancement opportunities.

Heavy documentation calls for better police reporting technology  

Time officers spend on incident reporting is removing them from other high value-tasks.

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Attempted Murder Trial Begins for Man Who Shot South Carolina Officer in 2013

Mark Blake Jr. is acting as his own lawyer—although he does have a public defender at his side in case he wants legal advice—as he stands accused of attempted murder of a police officer during a 2013 traffic stop.

NYPD Officer Helps Irish Family See Broadway Musical "Hamilton"

The department said in a Facebook post, "When a first time visitor to NYC found out she was $20 short for tickets after standing in line for 4 days, she ran for help— and luckily met Officer Dicandia. He understood the magnitude of the emergency and pulled a 20 out of his pocket so she didn’t have to throw away her shot."

California Officer Responds to Shots Fired Call in Classic 1954 Ford Show Car

"I was driving our ‘54 Ford to the Veterans Day Ceremony and Car show at Gibbel Park yesterday morning when I heard one of our Officers was being shot at over the police radio,” the Hemet PD officer said.

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Speaking on the Unspeakable: Ending the Pandemic of Police Officer Suicide

I've talked with officers who have lost a colleague to suicide—as well as many widows of officers who died by suicide—and just...

Love and Hate: Some Observations about the Pittsburgh Synagogue Attack

It's somewhat disappointing that it takes an act of evil for the pure good in people to come bubbling visibly to the surface, but...

Police Humor: 12 Jokes about Law Enforcement and Police Work

Unbeknownst to many in the public—but well-known to pretty much all of the men and women who stand behind the thin blue line that...

   
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