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Officers with the Baltimore Inner Harbor Police Department received a donation of gloves from Gorgonz Performance Workwear.

The Money Crunch: Getting the Goods  

November 1, 2004

By Melanie Basich

Gone are the days of simple two-way radios and revolvers. Now each officer must carry a multitude of less-lethal weapons in addition to a gun and probably a PDA. While grants are useful, they aren’t the only means by which to acquire funding for equipment.

Five Minutes to Live  

November 1, 2004

By Dr. Lawrence Heiskell

Educating cops how to save themselves and others in dire medical emergencies when seconds count is the goal of a new interactive training program from the The Backup Training Corp.

Tough Decisions  

October 1, 2004

By Mark G. Stainbrook

What I didn't know at the time was that two of the task force officers had been notified of the crime before the local division.

Why I'm Voting for John Kerry  

October 1, 2004

By David Mason

John Kerry has committed to increasing the number of U.S. Special Forces operators. This single point will do more to achieve victory than all the hardware in our inventory.

Stop and Identify  

October 1, 2004

By Devallis Rutledge

During a temporary detention, does a person have a duty to identify himself or herself to the detaining officer? Can a person be arrested for refusing to do so? The answer to both questions is, "Sometimes."

Too Much Technology  

October 1, 2004

By Commander Gilmore

Ineffective security, useless gun play, and bad hair days.

Be On the Lookout  

October 1, 2004

By Dan Pasquale

Numerous high-tech gadgets are now being deployed by law enforcement to catch or stop car thieves.

How to Start an SRO Program  

October 1, 2004

By Michael Dorn

School resource officers serve as important liaisons between police departments and local schools.

Justice Served Cold  

October 1, 2004

By Ramesh Nyberg

The tenacity and determination of the homicide investigators paid off, and the killers of Stacey Weinstein were identified and arrested. It was a major coup for Miami-Dade Homicide, and it was also the beginning of Miami-Dade Homicide’s “Pending Case” unit. Later the unit was nicknamed the “Cold Case Squad” by a Miami Herald reporter.

Grand Theft Arizona  

October 1, 2004

By Bryn Bailer

Indeed, when it comes to curbing vehicle theft in Tucson—a city with one of the highest per-capita auto theft rates in the nation—the battle is often waged on uncertain ground. Being located just 40 minutes from the notoriously permeable U.S.-Mexico border doesn’t help matters, either.

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