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Does Miranda Bear Poisonous Fruit?  

September 1, 2004

By Devallis Rutledge

More than a handful of judges, lawyers, and police officers mistakenly thought of Miranda as some sort of judicial rule about how police officers are required to conduct interrogations.

Blood Trail  

September 1, 2004

By George Eliseo

My 9mm pistol is out and in the low-ready. My flashlight is the only illumination here. The red blood on black asphalt glistens like wet paint.

Seeing Soft Spots  

September 1, 2004

By Tracy-Paul Warrington

It’s important for you to be able to analyze vulnerabilities in your community, prioritize potential targets, and plan for a response. In other words, to protect your jurisdiction from dedicated and motivated fanatics, you need to look at it through their eyes.

To Honor and Protect  

September 1, 2004

By David J. Terestre

When former President Ronald Reagan died in his Bel Air home on June 6, a lot of work began for the numerous law enforcement agencies that protect the nation’s capital and its citizens. For the first time in three decades Washington, D.C., would play host to a major state funeral of an honored U.S. president.

Take It Away: Illustrated Disarming Techniques  

August 1, 2004

By Louis Marquez

Step-by-step instructions and photos show you how to disarm a suspect carrying a gun or a knife.

The "R" Word  

August 1, 2004

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.

Clean Up Your Act  

August 1, 2004

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.

Time Should Be Money  

August 1, 2004

By Bill Johnson

After much debate, the Fair Labor Standards Act has been changed to protect law enforcement officers who receive overtime compensation.

Take It Away  

August 1, 2004

By Louis Marquez

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.

Undercover Interrogation  

August 1, 2004

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.

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