Tactical Ripstop Pant - Dickies
Dickies Tactical Ripstop pant, engineered to work as hard as the officers who...
By Dave Douglas
Two young guys walked toward us, talking with each other. But the young lady and I were oblivious to what was going on around us. That was a mistake.
By Commander Gilmore
Another lifeless female body, this time dressed differently, different hair color, complexion, and shoes. Munich PD rolled, with teeth clenched.
By Michael T. Rayburn
For those of us involved in law enforcement we know that there is no such thing as the "routine traffic stop." The names of well over 300 officers who have been killed while making a traffic stop are engraved on the gray granite walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C.
By David Griffith
Al Qaeda is alive and kicking; we are still at war; they still want to kill us, and the intelligence community, the military, and law enforcement may not be able to prevent the attack.
By Dean Scoville
Holidays can be a trying period for many, but particularly for the police officer. This time of year, you find your emotions stretched to the point where you'd like nothing better than to find some nice, dank chimney to climb into and hide
By George Eliseo
In his right hand was what to my eyes appeared to be a very large handgun. From the snapshot image that imprinted itself into my brain, I guessed it might even be a Mac-10 machine pistol, judging by the threaded end of the short barrel.
By William Bell
Some lesser-known outfits that helped keep the peace in the old days were short-lived or eventually evolved into state police or highway patrol units. Few of these groups have survived into the 21st century, but two carry on as volunteers assisting full-time law enforcement, much as they did long ago.
By Tom R. Arterburn
Violent, pre-fight media melees, profane press conferences, and the illegal out-of-the-ring antics of superstars seem to be the only way to get the sports fan's attention these days.
By Scott Smith
With a pocket tool in his hand and a couple of strips of aluminum foil MacGyver could probably construct a nuclear power plant. You won't need to do that. But in the real world of law enforcement, these devices are handy streamlined versions of the essential items from your tool box.
By John A. Stephen
In a motor vehicle, it may not always be clear who has authority to grant permission for a search.