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Elder Abuse  

February 1, 2007

By Joseph Petrocelli

The fastest-growing segment of the U.S. population is the cohort of people who are more than 85 years old. The aging of America will present many challenges to law enforcement, including how to protect people who may no longer have the physical or mental capacity to protect themselves and how to investigate cases of elder abuse.

Shots Fired: Coral Gables, Florida - 04•19•1993  

February 1, 2007

By Dean Scoville

The Miami suburb of Coral Gables, Fla., is home to a confluence of lifestyles, where the affluent and the amoral intersect and are often one and the same. Its palatial houses and palm tree-lined streets are home to doctors, lawyers, business people, and narcotics traffickers.

The Renaissance Man  

February 1, 2007

By David Griffith

When Bruce Siddle left the ranks of the Monroe County (Ill.) Sheriff’s Department after seven years to concentrate on training officers at the St. Louis Police Academy, he couldn’t have envisioned where it would take him.

Shots Fired: Anderson, South Carolina 04/07/2004  

January 1, 2007

By Dean Scoville

With six years of law enforcement experience, Officer Susanne Simonson-Mullis of the Anderson (S.C.) Police Department hardly considered herself a rookie, and she felt fortunate to have another patrol veteran, Officer Dusty Ashley, working with her on the same beat.

Shooting From the Hip  

January 1, 2007

By Michael T. Rayburn

An officer working traffic witnesses a motorist running a stop sign. He activates his emergency lights and pulls the vehicle over a short distance from where the stop sign was. As the officer approaches the stopped vehicle, the motorist suddenly explodes out of the driver’s side door and opens fire with a small-caliber handgun. The distance between the two combatants is minimal, and the officer’s reaction time needs to be even shorter.

How to Avoid Burnout  

December 1, 2006

By Dean Scoville

Burnout is a modern American pandemic. Almost anybody who works an office job in this country has, at one time during his or her career, experienced apathy and lethargy while on the clock.

Handling People Under the Influence  

December 1, 2006

By Gerald W. Garner

For the law enforcement officer confronting a person who is intoxicated or "under the influence" of alcoholic beverages or drugs, licit or illicit, one thing remains certain: Anytime a diminished capacity human being is involved, the potential for real danger is inevitably present.

Northern Lights  

November 1, 2006

By David Griffith

Two seconds is not a lot of time. But it can mean the world. Just ask Officer Michael Ferguson of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Two seconds was the difference between Ferguson resuming his 19-year career as a Mountie or going to prison for four years.

BlackHawk Blades Crucible Folding Knife  

November 1, 2006

By Scott Smith

BlackHawk Blades is the brainchild of Mike Noell and Michael Janich. Noell, a combat-decorated Navy SEAL, is the CEO of BlackHawk Products Group. He started the company because some of his equipment failed during a mission, and he believed he could make better products.

Anchorage (Alaska) Police Department  

November 1, 2006

By Bryn Bailer

The Anchorage Police Department is looking for (more than) a few good men and women.

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