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Shots Fired #100: Anywhere, USA

September 21, 2013

For our 100th "Shots Fired" article, I'm going to step outside the normal formula of our concept and talk about some things I've learned and some heroic officers I've had the honor of interviewing.

On-Body Video Interview

August 30, 2013

Law enforcement agencies are using on-body cameras with increased frequency. The technology captures the officer's point of view of a force encounter and also holds police accountable while on duty. Mark W. Clark, a POLICE contributing editor, discusses the topic on Larry Mantle's "AirTalk" public radio program. Read "On-Body Video: Eye Witness or Big Brother?" from our July issue.

The Street Cop Dictionary Gets a Mobile App

August 29, 2013
On Monday, Police Magazine launched the Cop Slang app for the iPhone. Cop Slang on the iPhone is a handy little dictionary-style app that lets users read more than 2,500 definitions and add their own.

PoliceMag.com Launches Cop Slang App

August 27, 2013
PoliceMag.com has launched a mobile app of its popular Cop Slang glossary of law enforcement terms to allow officers to access it from their smartphones and submit terms on the fly.

Officer Safety Training Tip: Taking a Strong Stance

August 2, 2013

POLICE Magazine has teamed up with The MMA Lab in Glendale, Ariz., to offer a series of training videos demonstrating defensive tactics officers may need to use. Videos feature veteran officer Ron Dorfman and instructors John Crouch and Adam Gillespey demonstrating the techniques. Read the full story here.

Bicycle Officer Wins Gear in Well Dressed Officer Contest

July 3, 2013
Master Police Officer Jeff Eversoll of the Bowling Green (Ky.) Police Department won a bunch of apparel and gear as a winner of POLICE Magazine's Well Dressed Officer Contest, as well as paid registration for the 2013 IPMBA Conference in May.

POLICE Advisory Board Member Dies

March 28, 2013
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Sgt. Brian Stover, a 31-year law enforcement veteran and POLICE Magazine Advisory Board member, has died.

Gun Control Interview

March 27, 2013

POLICE Magazine Editor David Griffith speaks with New Orleans radio personality Garland Robinette of WWL 870 AM about gun control. Listen in to the 10-minute discussion from Wednesday morning as the two discuss the hot topic.

Welcome to the Careers & Training Channel

December 3, 2012
The Recruit channel and the Training blog have merged into Careers & Training. This new format will have much of the same content from both but now in a central location for everyone. There will also be new material on career planning and tracking.

Police Potpourri

September 19, 2012
Increasingly, there are so many things falling on the law enforcement radar that I feel self-conscious running at the mouth on any one of them. Not to worry, I will continue to do so.

Survey: Gun Control, Active Shooters, and the Election

September 12, 2012

PoliceMag.com readers overwhelmingly support concealed carry and Mitt Romney for president, according to the results of our August survey. Officers also told us they were prepared for an active shooter incident and worried that government financial trouble has affected their ability to do their jobs. View these charts and graphs of the survey results, then read our analysis of the data.

Police Readers Support Concealed Carry, Romney for President

September 12, 2012

The vast majority of working law enforcement officers in the United States support the Second Amendment right to bear arms and plan to vote for presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney this fall. That's the findings of a survey conducted by POLICE Magazine this summer.

PoliceMag Launches Patrol Podcast

September 12, 2012
This uncharacteristically short blog announces the forthcoming Patrol podcasts I will be conducting for PoliceMag.com. You can listen to these podcasts in the Podcasts section of Policemag.com, or subscribe to our iTunes feed. The first one is available now.

PoliceMag Launches Optimized Site for Smartphones

August 21, 2012
Patrol officers in the field can now view all the content on PoliceMag.com on a Website optimized for smartphones starting today. The mobile site presents PoliceMag.com content in a clean, easy-to-use format.

Going Live with the POLICE Buyer's Guide

August 9, 2012

In this year's POLICE Buyer's Guide, you can read about which agencies are buying the new patrol cars offered by Chevrolet, Dodge, and Ford and what cars they are buying, tips for stretching your budget during these difficult economic times, and our editors' choice of the 12 coolest new law enforcement products.

This Blog Is Almost Rated G

July 11, 2012
I am not going all "born again" or going "p.c." on ya. I am just pledging to try and be a little more discriminating in how I communicate my thoughts from now on. Ideally I would like to communicate my thoughts without offending you any more than necessary.

Put It in Writing

April 12, 2012
Your written product is often the single most tangible evidence of the work that you do, and if your readership falls off, it will result in unfiled cases, lackluster evaluations, and a generally all-around crappy reputation among your co-workers.

PoliceMag's Top 10 Videos of 2011

December 30, 2011
Police videos highlighting the hazards of vehicle pursuits, volatile crowds, and tricky arrests made 2011 a memorable year for PoliceMag.com. Let's celebrate the end of the year, by looking back at the 10 most-viewed videos on the site.

POLICE Buyer's Guide: A Special Bonus for You

August 2, 2011

Even for those who find digital material more convenient, print buyer's guides can guide you where to look online to find more information. One place you can look online for more information and as a complement to our Buyer's Guide is the POLICE Magazine Directory at PoliceMag.com.

POLICE Magazine Wins Two Editorial Excellence Awards

May 2, 2011
The magazine won WPA Maggie awards for Best Feature Article for a feature about the investigation of a civil rights-era killing of a deputy and Best Series of Articles for the magazine's Duty Dangers series. In all, the magazine garnered four nominations.
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