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IACP 2015: Report from the Aisles

Photo: Kelly Bracken

For those of you who weren't able to attend this year's International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference, we've gathered information about a selection of new products seen at IACP 2015 in Chicago, Oct. 25-27.

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Ambush Attacks on LEOs Tripled in 2014

What's most notable about the NLEOMF's new report on line-of-duty deaths in 2014 is the spike in firearms-related incidents and especially ambushes that resulted in officers' deaths in 2014.

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Mass Killers: Gun Control is Not the Answer

After a mass murder incident like Isla Vista, the media loves to run a lot of stories that imply such tragedies would surely be a thing of the past if we could just outlaw all the guns. Those same reporters rarely consider how much damage this killer could have done in a crowded classroom with a blade.

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Identifying Counterfeit Products

Screenshot via The Counterfeit Report.

The global business of counterfeit goods has reached more than $700 billion a year. Craig Crosby, a retired officer, has launched The Counterfeit Report, a website with reference material on more than 200 commercially available brands.

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Get Social With POLICE Magazine

Photo by Kelly Bracken.

Every day, we share POLICE content with you in a multitude of ways. And because our print magazine reaches you only once a month, we've set up plenty of other social channels for you to interact with the best law enforcement content on the web.

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Police Links: From Pranks to Attacks

Photo by Kelly Bracken.

April contained plenty of fools this year, it seems. As expected this time of year, at least one prank on the first of the month became much more serious than probably intended. Unfortunately, the biggest continuing story of the month was the Boston Marathon bombing. Thankfully, law enforcement was on top of it. Cops don't suffer fools gladly.

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Police Links: Spring Surprises

An Oklahoma woman hid a revolver in an unusual place. Screenshot via KFOR.

March is the month that ushers in the Spring season. It's also known for being unpredictable. It's no wonder then that this March has brought with it all manner of surprising stories, including a police dog that fired a gun and a suspect delivered to police by none other than Batman.