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January 2017 Issue

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Cover Story

What Will Donald Trump Do to Help You?

By David Griffith

Trump's supporters in the law enforcement community expect a lot from the new president. But what can the Trump administration really do to uphold the rule of law and assist police in their mission to enforce it?

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Features

<p>The Daniel Defense V7 is the company&#39;s first rifle to feature M-LOK attachment technology.</p>

Firearms 2017  

POLICE offers this preview of what firearms will be introduced or promoted by their manufacturers at the 2017 SHOT Show.

<p>Photo: March Optics</p>

Sighting Devices 2017  

Here's a look at the latest law enforcement-applicable optics, sights, etc., on the market.

<p>Photo: Cor-Bon</p>

Ammunition 2017  

A wide range of rounds is available to meet the varying needs of law enforcement.

<p>Photo: Safariland</p>

Holsters & Duty Gear: Proven Designs and New Technology  

Law enforcement professionals have many options when it comes to duty holsters and accessories. POLICE Magazine spoke with manufacturers and officers about the latest trends in duty holsters and the benefits of a variety of designs.

<p>Photo: Chris Miller...Imagery/Palm Springs PD</p>

An Open Letter to President Trump  

Dear President Trump, you have vowed to make America great again. But I would like to speak with you about how you can make the law enforcement community and the American public safe again.

<p>Instructor teaching trainees at last year&rsquo;s Law Enforcement Education Program. (Photo: POLICE Magazine)</p>

POLICE Magazine and NSSF to Sponsor Low-Cost Law Enforcement Training at SHOT Show 2017  

For the second year in a row POLICE Magazine and the National Shooting Sports Foundation are teaming up to sponsor law enforcement training at the annual Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show.


Columns

<p>Photo: Kelly Bracken</p>

Tragedy in Bakersfield  

Activists who have never been trained as law enforcement officers have demanded to know why officers didn't use other force options.

No One Cares?  

People who care make things happen. People who don't care just complain.

Resolve to Support Law Enforcement  

With the onset of 2017, here are 10 New Year's resolutions for cop-bashing politicians and media to contemplate on behalf of law enforcement.

<p>Illustration: Sequoia Blankenship</p>

A New Day  

Well, it seems the times they are a changin' after all. The bizarre "War on Cops" seems to be diminishing somewhat. America has taken a side, and it is law enforcement's side.


Departments

<p>(Photo: FLIR)</p>

FLIR: Rapid Response to Radiation  

Most law enforcement officers just need something to tell them when and where a dangerous level of radiation exists. Which is the purpose of FLIR's IdentiFinder R100.

<p>Reacting emotionally in a highly charged encounter can further escalate the situation unnecessarily.(Photo: iStockphoto.com)</p>

How to...Respond Instead of React  

One of the best strategies we can employ is to maintain our professional standards by calmly responding to highly charged situations instead of reacting to them.

<p>Photo: Michael Schlosser</p>

Getting the Gun  

At some point in a law enforcement career, you may be faced by an assailant who is pointing a handgun at you. There are several disarming techniques. I will describe three.

<p>Commander Mark Divine leads athletes through a Box Breathing exercise. (Photo Courtesy of Mark Divine)</p>

Box Breathing  

Box Breathing has been around for many years and has been utilized by professional athletes, fighters, elite military personnel, and law enforcement officers.

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