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Wash. Deputies Find Human Remains with Aid of Man's Dog

November 11, 2013
Thurston County Sheriff’s detectives put a GPS collar on the dog Liberty, hoping she would lead them to the rest of the body. But it was search and rescue dogs who found more remains—a pelvis and rib cage in the woods at the Nisqually Tribe's old fish hatchery.

Former Sgt.: Detective Made Inappropriate Comments About Singer Houston

September 23, 2013
A Beverly Hills Police sergeant responding to the scene of Whitney Houston's death made "inappropriate comments" about the singer's appearance after lifting a sheet covering her naked body, according to a claim filed by a former Beverly Hills SWAT sergeant.

Siege Lantern

September 20, 2013
The Seige is a new LED lantern from Streamlight designed for a variety of uses. It provides 360 degrees of even light, and it can be used to illuminate large areas after removing the cover.

Streamlight Introduces Rugged Outdoor Lantern

July 12, 2013
Streamlight Inc. has introduced The Siege—a rugged, cordless, LED lantern that can be used to light investigative and other crime scenes. The lantern provides 360 degrees of soft, even light, and can be configured to illuminate large areas, according to the company.

Streamlight Introduces E-Flood LiteBox HL

June 14, 2013
Streamlight, Inc. has introduced the E-Flood LiteBox HL, a rechargeable, industrial duty flood light that delivers maximum illumination at 3,600 lumens.

Video: Victim's Family Fights with Cops at Crime Scene

April 9, 2013
A homicide victim's two brothers who scuffled with Miami Police detectives at a crime scene have been charged in the incident. The incident began Monday in Overtown following the fatal shooting of Brandon Walker.

Victim's Family Fights with Cops at Crime Scene

April 9, 2013

Two family members of a homicide victim rushed into a crime scene and scuffled with Miami police detectives who were gathering evidence. Read the full story here.

Documentary Features Calif. Homicide Detective

March 29, 2013
A crowd-funded documentary will feature a former Glendale, Calif., police detective who started a crime-scene cleaning business after a medical retirement.

Pelican Introduces Area Lighting Models

February 6, 2013
Pelican Products' Advanced Area Lighting Group has rolled out the 9460RS and 9470RS (Remote System) remote controlled, multi-terrain versions of their Remote Area Lighting System (RALS).

LED Portable Rechargeable Lighting

October 24, 2012
Tele-Lite's new TL-LITE-LED Portable Rechargeable Remote Area Lighting System is the company's most compact unit. It can be set up in less than 30 seconds for rapid deployment in emergency situations.

Video: Texas Shooting Scene Captured By Medic

August 14, 2012
A former Army medic recorded video of the chaotic scene following a fatal shooting Monday at a College Station home, and urging an officer who secured the perimeter to let him tend to the wounded.

Texas Shooting Scene Captured By Medic

August 14, 2012

Cellphone video shot by former Army medic Rigo Cisneros shows SWAT officers securing the house where his neighbor fatally shot Brazos County (Texas) Constable Brian Bachmann. Read the full story here.

How Private Security Can Help Law Enforcement

May 31, 2012
I've worked in private security for many years, and in my experience there are certain steps people in this profession can take to better help law enforcement investigate incidents. Here is what police officers prefer to encounter when they arrive at the scene of a crime and need to speak with security personnel.

Traffic Safety System Introduces LED Scene Lights

January 13, 2012
The lights are available in 7-foot and 9.5-foot models. The lights give off 15,000 lumen of light and are powered by a 20-amp trailer circuit. Traffic Safety System is distributing the lights for manufacturer Fire Research Corp.

Video: N.Y. Videographer Arrested for Filming Pursuit

August 1, 2011
A Suffolk County (N.Y.) Police officer arrested a news cameraman, who had stopped to film the scene after a pursuit, for interfering with an "active investigation."

N.Y. Videographer Arrested

August 1, 2011

A Suffolk County (N.Y.) Police officer arrested a news videographer who was attempting to film the scene at the end of a pursuit.

Chemical Suicides

April 18, 2011

When called to suicide scenes, emergency personnel don't always know what they're up against. With some 90 percent of chemical suicides posting warnings on the windows of the cars and rooms in which they kill themselves, one would hope that officers and firefighters would think twice before opening doors and breaching windows.

A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words…And Maybe Some Punitive Time Off

January 24, 2011
Even if one could somehow rationalize his way around such ghoulish behavior, it carries with it too many risks. And one day, regardless of whether or not such pictures fall into the wrong hands or cause yourself any other grief, you may well regret taking them.

Scene Containment Kit

October 31, 2010
SiteBloc provides for a quick and easy establishment of a six-foot-tall by 36-foot-long privacy barrier that is adjustable in 12-foot sections. SiteBloc can help ease traffic congestion at accident sites and preserve the integrity and privacy at crime scenes.

Bringing Sunshine To Dark Souls

August 18, 2010
Even though it's painful to go to a scene where personal tragedy from our past is brought front and center, it's actually what makes being an officer, especially a female officer, so worthwhile.
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