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August 19, 2010 | Editor's Corner
Islamist terrorism expert Steven Emerson discusses the stealth jihad movement and tells you what you need to know about the proposed Islamic cultural center near Ground Zero. Emerson, who sat down with POLICE Editor David Griffith after speaking at POLICE-TREXPO East, advises LEOs to use intelligence and informants within known Muslim organizations to penetrate stealth jihadist cells. Emerson is the executive director of the Investigative Project on Terrorism, and was a reporter at CNN and "U.S. News & World Report." He has produced award-winning documentaries and books on jihadists, including his current "Jihad Incorporated."
August 17, 2010 | Editor's Corner
POLICE-TREXPO East started today in Chantilly, Va., and one of the highlights was the class on the Mumbai massacre taught by Don Alwes. Alwes is a lead instructor for the National Tactical Officers Association who specializes in active shooters and homeland security. Police Magazine's Editor David Griffith interviewed Alwes about active shooter response tactics and what the bad guys are doing to counter.
July 26, 2010 | Editor's Corner
The deputies of the Pinal County (Ariz.) Sheriff's Office must be extra vigilant when traveling into the rugged desert south of Interstate 8, following the ambush shooting of deputy Louis Puroll and the shooting deaths of two armed gumen with ties to a Mexican drug cartel this spring. Sgt. Matt Thomas, motor supervisor and assistant SWAT commander, speaks exclusively with POLICE Magazine about patroling this hostile territory, detaining illegals and the ramifications of his state's tough new immigration law. PHOTOS: View our gallery, "How Cartels Smuggle Narcotics Into Southern Arizona."
July 20, 2010 | Editor's Corner
The Tucson (Ariz.) PD started its home invasion unit two years ago to curb paramilitary raids on drug houses by well-organized crews with military grade weapons. The crews were well trained and often posed as police officers. In an interview from Tucson PD headquarters on Tuesday, the unit's Sgt. Bob Jimenez discussed the unit's approach to enforcement and outlined two recent cases, including a shootout with two former Marines with an SKS rifle. View the "Tucson Home Invasions: The Missing Man" photo gallery of one of the cases.
June 11, 2010 | Editor's Corner
The lieutenant in charge of the LAPD's Hollywood vice unit sat down with POLICE Magazine to discuss how officers approach enforcement of these crimes. Lt. Jeffrey Pailet emphasizes the "three Cs"—citizen complaints, commercial violations and conspicuous activity. He primarily discusses how officers enforce street prostitution.
May 18, 2010 | Editor's Corner
Mobile broadband technology has the potential to revolutionize police communications. Kevin McDunn, Motorola's director of its portfolio of broadband public safety applications, predicts how this will change the way you do your job and what we need in terms of technological innovations and network construction to make his prediction a reality. Read about Motorola's unveiling of its new multi-band radio.
May 6, 2010 | Editor's Corner
Safariland's Training Group will hold a new course for female police officers that's developed and taught by female officers. POLICE spoke with the course's lead instructor Dorcia Meador, former rangemaster of the Fort Worth (Texas) Police Department, about why a training course for women by women makes sense.
March 31, 2010 | Editor's Corner
Use-of-force researcher Bill Lewinski spoke at POLICE-TREXPO West about the way officers respond to deadly force encounters based on his study of the experiences of more than 1,200 officers. The Force Science Institute co-founder joined POLICE Magazine editors for a short discussion on the topic. Also, read Editor David Griffith's interview with Lewinski.
February 25, 2010 | Editor's Corner
The National Broadband Plan will be released by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in March, and is expected to include a request for congressional funding to create a public safety communications network for police and fire agencies. Who will pay for the building out of this network is still an open question. To help explain how this topic relates to officers, POLICE Magazine spoke with Harris Corp., one of the leading suppliers of two-way radios to LE.
January 20, 2010 | Editor's Corner
POLICE Magazine caught up with actor R. Lee Ermey at SHOT Show 2010. Editor David Griffith interviewed the former Marine Corps drill sergeant who has created memorable portrayals of military and law enforcement men in numerous movies and television shows. He appeared at the show as the new pitchman for SOG knives. Ermey also endorses Glock pistols.