Four-legged cops can help you catch more criminals and cut your department’s costs.
Attics, basements, closets, and crawlspaces all present great hazards to officers searching for concealed suspects.
Patrol officers rarely have the training or equipment to approach these hazardous crime scenes, and they’re the ones facing the greatest risks.
The actions you take as a first responder can determine the value of crime scene evidence for investigators and prosecutors.
While it's always best to have a piece of paper to back you up in court, sometimes shortcuts are OK.
Know the limits of your authority to protect yourself—physically and legally.
Building a network of criminals in the know can help you generate leads and solve cases—if you do it right.
Understanding generational differences can help everyone work together better.
Alert patrol officers can help recover stolen vehicles and take dirtbag thieves off the streets.
Knowing who is carrying and why may be the most vital information that you ever uncover.
Use these suggestions to get more effective air support.
Tap into these six non-law enforcement resources so your event runs smoothly.