Last month we asked readers to send us their photos of National Police Week, and they sent us some great images that we want to share.
There are many things we can do to prevent school shootings, but only one thing can stop the shooter once he/she starts firing…and that's law enforcement response.
The economy is better now, and funding for law enforcement is rapidly being restored. This is good news for those individuals hoping to enter policing for the first time, and for veteran officers seeking to move to a new agency.
Often ambush attacks are so sudden and violent the officer's doom seems certain, yet they manage to overcome the bushwhacking…but how?
If companies can predict consumer behavior with considerable accuracy, is it outside the realm of possibility that the same could be done for criminal behavior?
Sgt. Brochu has led the charge to launch the East Haven Police Athletic League in his community. This program recently launched its first athletic offerings, at a discounted rate, for children within the community.
Homeless individuals can be a useful source of information about life on the streets, but only if the patrol cops who come across them treat them like human beings.
What agencies quickly discovered is that while the technology was ready for such widespread use by officers, policy was not in place to cover how body cameras would be used.
Armored vehicles used in law enforcement come in a wide variety of configurations, ranging from patrol vehicles with ballistic protection in the doors to large and heavily shielded rescue vehicles. The Armored Group (TAG) makes both.
We're doing a new kind of index in this Buyer's Guide issue in the form of a gallery of our 12 most popular articles based on website visits.
Several themes emerge as I look back on my own small piece of that history. They are things that I wish I understood better when I was younger on the job. They are also things that I hope those who come after me can find of some service as they continue the work that I am leaving behind.
The greatest challenge for law enforcement first responders is how to most effectively suppress the intrinsic priority of self-preservation. Within all typical humans is a desire to live on, to be safe, and to shield oneself from danger. As 21st century American law enforcement officers, we must train ourselves to stifle that urge.
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These tools will help improve your experience on the shooting range and in training.