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Jury Recommends Death for Killer of Alabama Officer
A St. Clair County jury on Thursday convicted 31-year-old Tapero Carleone Johnson of capital murder. On Friday, that same jury recommended Johnson be sentenced to death.
FL Sheriff Asks State Wildlife Agency for Help with Bears
"Bear management is not my day job," Sheriff A.J. "Tony" Smith said in a Facebook video. "Something needs to be done. I'm not a bear biologist..."
SC Trooper Helps Motorist by Pulling Snake from Car
“She was having a rough day, that’s for sure,” Sergeant Jonathan Oxandaboure said. “I felt bad for the lady because she wanted to burn the car.”
Preventing Heat Injury in Police K9s
In the relentless heat of summer and even early fall in some parts of the country, officers face the important task of protecting their K-9 partners while working in sweltering temperatures. Recognizing changes in a dog’s behavior is the key.
Officer Safety Considerations Related to Alternative-Fuel Vehicles
As more alternative-fuel and hybrid vehicles hit the road, police and other first responders need to understand that they are no more dangerous than conventional vehicles. However, there are certain safety considerations every cop should know.
5 Things to Know When Buying Concealed Carry or Off-Duty Holsters
Mike Barham, of Galco Holsters, shares five important considerations to keep in mind when you buy off-duty concealed or plain-clothes carry holsters.
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10 Tips for Reviewing Use-of-Force Reports
While the burden of accurately reporting use-of-force situations is on an individual deputy or officer, the person reviewing those reports shares in the responsibility of making sure the reporting is done properly, with clear details included.
10 Tips for Securing a Crime Scene
Arriving officers securing a crime scene is vital to preservation of evidence, so here are 10 tips from a veteran crime scene specialist.
10 Tips for Starting a Bicycle Patrol
International Police Mountain Bike Association President David Millican shares his advice and provides 10 tips for any agency wanting to start a bike patrol.
10 Tips for Women Entering the Law Enforcement Profession
Chief Shannon Trump, of the Indiana University Health Department of Public Safety, shares her career story and provides tips for women entering law enforcement.
5 Things to Know When Buying Hard Rifle Cases
Rifle cases come in many forms, but hard cases may offer the ultimate protection. What features do you need to consider when shopping for a new case?
Streamlight's Greatest Hits
Streamlight, Inc., this year observes its 50th anniversary so POLICE Magazine asked the Streamlight team to provide their greatest hits products for law enforcement over the life of the company. Here are the 10 greatest hits.
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