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Lights On or Lights Off

June 10, 2017

Light on or light off when conducting building searches? After conducting a year of very specific testing, my answer remains the same: Turn the building or room lights on, if you can.

Tactical 'Bounce' Camera Scouts Out Unseen Hazards

October 30, 2012
A "bouncy-ball" camera being developed by a Massachusetts company would help SWAT officers uncover hidden threats before entering a dangerous situation.

Gunman Kills 3, Commits Suicide at Wis. Spa

October 22, 2012
The result of Sunday's shooting rampage, at a prominent salon and spa in Brookfield, sounded all too familiar: Three people murdered, four others injured and a lone gunman dead by suicide.

N.Y. Officer Trapped In House Fire Suffer Minor Injuries

February 15, 2012
Two Schenectady (N.Y.) Police officers suffered minor injuries today searching for residents of a house fire. The officers were treated and released.

Getting the Most Out of K-9 Units

December 19, 2011

K-9 teams are considered force multipliers. One K-9 team can do the work of many officers, which frees up officers for other duties. A K-9 team is an effective tool if its use is understood by those that call on them to support their operations.

St. Petersburg After-Action Report (1 of 2)

March 10, 2011
There were three rapid gun shots, and the Marshal saw the K-9 officer roll off the suspect. The Marshal transitioned to his firearm and was shot twice (lower front vest and groin) and fell back through the attic opening onto the detective and onto the floor. The suspect began to fire rounds from the attic through the ceiling at officers.
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