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FBI-CJIS Security Policy Compliance Officer
Mark Rivera, Customer Retention Manager and CJIS Security Compliance Officer with Vigilant Solutions, served for sixteen years with the Maryland State Police, retiring at the rank of First Sergeant with thirteen of those years at the supervisory and command level. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Management from The Johns Hopkins University and Secret clearance through the FBI, Baltimore.
By Louis Marquez
Step-by-step instructions and photos show you how to disarm a suspect carrying a gun or a knife.
By Mark G. Stainbrook
I was trained under the rule that as a leader I take responsibility for not only my own actions, but for those of my subordinates.
By Dave Douglas
The one hard-and-fast rule I have on gun cleaning is: Don’t let the sun set on a dirty gun. And if you work the graveyard shift the rule reads: Don’t let the sun rise on a dirty gun. OK. That said, let’s talk about the process.
By Bill Johnson
After much debate, the Fair Labor Standards Act has been changed to protect law enforcement officers who receive overtime compensation.
Disarming a suspect carrying a gun who has the drop on you is a subject that is rarely addressed in academy or in-service DT programs. And that’s unacceptable. Every officer should be trained in a fundamental disarming skill set.
By Devallis Rutledge
The admissibility rule of Miranda v. Arizona generally dictates that you give the standard warning and get a voluntary waiver before interrogating a suspect in custody. But not always.
By Commander Gilmore
Errant money bags, food-covered roads, and a silicone thief.
Morale. It is a very subjective word. In law enforcement we often hear that a department has poor morale or great morale, or maybe no morale. But what exactly does that mean?
By Dr. L. Heiskell, Dr. B T. Olesnicky, & Dr. S. Vail
Medical personnel have known for years that approximately 80 percent of combat deaths occur within 30 minutes of wounding, often because of loss of blood
There seems to be a constant change of roles between officers based on rank, position, and seniority. We on the inside know that relationships between cops of different ranks are far more complex than what you see on a line organization chart.