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How to Handle Stress On Duty  

August 10, 2015
You can take steps to improve your well-being at work before you reach the breaking point.

How To See Through Walls and Into Buildings  

May 1, 2014
Just as infrared (IR) and thermal scopes made seeing in the dark possible, a relatively new technology, called wall penetrating radar (WPR) makes "seeing" through walls and into buildings possible. WPR's are specifically designed and optimized for their radar signal to traverse through walls of buildings and other similar barriers, reflect off objects inside those structures, and return through the original barrier to the WPR.

How To Work With Aviation Units  

October 31, 2017
Officers need to communicate and coordinate with the flight crew to get the most out of air support units.

How To Conduct Patrol-Level Interviews  

October 31, 2017
You don’t have lots of time to get questions answered, so make good use of the time you have.

How to Understand Stopping Power: Myths, Legends, and Realities  

May 17, 2016
When it comes to claims about the effectiveness of handgun ammo, don’t believe the hype.

The Police Officer’s Guide to Open Standard P25 Communications  

March 1, 2013
As yesterday’s radio communications networks age and struggle to support new services demanded by today’s ever-changing public safety environment, police officers find themselves needing to make decisions regarding their communications network sooner than expected. Sponsored by Tait Communications.

How To Evaluate Ammunition  

January 28, 2013
A lot of factors must be considered when selecting ammo for police operations.

How To Master Stress Management  

January 28, 2013
If you don’t get a handle on your stress it will take over.

How To Maintain Your Weapons  

January 28, 2013
A delineated process for weapon maintenance keeps officer sidearms as squared away as other agency gear.

How To Buy a Ballistic Vest  

January 28, 2013
Finding the right body armor is often a personal endeavor, and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly.
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