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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.

Cop Slang: Our Favorite Terms From You

August 13, 2012
Since May, officers have added dozens of great terms to "Cop Slang"—more than 350, in fact. Here are 10 of the very best we've seen added by readers.

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.

PoliceMag Launches Police Terms Dictionary

May 17, 2012
Police Magazine has introduced a new user-interactive dictionary to PoliceMag.com that allows officers to search for terms and enter their own terms and definitions.

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 Launches Top Blogs E-newsletter

January 25, 2012
We've launched "Top Blogs," a new e-newsletter that will bring you the very best POLICE blog posts every month. We're kicking it off Jan. 25, and you can expect it on the fourth Wednesday of each month.

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 Announces Monthly Photo Caption Contest Winner

November 29, 2011
We posted an "outtake" from our monthly Well-Dressed Officer contest, and asked you to provide the caption. You gave us some very funny responses.

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.

POLICE Magazine Named Finalist for Four Editorial Excellence Awards

March 30, 2011
In addition to the overall award, POLICE was nominated for best cover for its November cover, best series of articles for its "Duty Dangers" series, and best feature article for an article that explored the civil rights era murder of a Louisiana deputy purportedly by the Ku Klux Klan.

POLICE Magazine Launches Well Dressed SWAT Officer Contest

March 3, 2011
One lucky POLICE Magazine reader, who must be a sworn law enforcement officer, wins the entire package of gear from 12 law enforcement suppliers. All entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. West Coast time on March 31.

Indiana SWAT Captain Wins First POLICE Magazine Gear Contest

February 25, 2011
Capt. Gary Moody of the Columbus (Ind.) Police Department won all of the gear featured in POLICE Magazine's Well Dressed SWAT Officer contest. "I received the call to tell me I had won the day before my 50th birthday," says Moody. "It was my best present!"

Police Magazine's Well Dressed Officers

February 9, 2011

View photo shoot outtakes from our new promotional series called the "Well Dressed Officer" contest. Six times a year, we outfit a themed officer — SWAT, Patrol, Female, Special Ops, K-9, Federal and Bomb Tech — with equipment from law enforcement suppliers. One lucky POLICE Magazine reader, who must be a sworn law enforcement officer, wins the entire package of gear. Enter by visiting the contest page at PoliceMag.com. Photos by Mark W. Clark.

Win a Signed Copy of Joseph Wambaugh’s "Hollywood Hills" from POLICE Magazine

December 2, 2010
Are you a fan of Joseph Wambaugh? Test your knowledge of the author and his books and enter to win a personalized signed copy of his latest title, "Hollywood Hills," from POLICE Magazine. We'll randomly select one winner from all entrants who answer all five questions correctly.

POLICE Magazine Investigates Arizona Border War

July 19, 2010
We've set up numerous interviews with several southern Arizona law enforcement agencies—chiefs, detectives, patrol officers, a sheriff, SWAT deputies and border agents—to continue telling the story of American law enforcement's battle against the criminal elements who help fuel the flow of drug and human smuggling from Mexico.

POLICE Readers Pick 'Dirty Harry' As Best Cop Movie Ever

March 4, 2010
Ballots were counted. Voted were tallied. POLICE Magazine's readers picked their favorite cop movies in our "Best Cop Movie Ever" survey, and the results are in.

For the Reading-Impaired and Other Idiots (Part 1 of a Series)

February 26, 2010
No piece so hit a nerve as one that I wrote last year on the El Monte officer whose head punt of a gang member has since been deemed a "distraction blow" and therefore an appropriate use of force by investigators.
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