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Reforming Bail Reform: Thoughts on Finding a Middle Ground
Why Citizens Academies are Good for Policing ...and How to Stand One Up
5 Thoughts on Policing Alongside Anti-Police District Attorneys
Policing On Halloween: Balancing Safety and Fantasy
How a California Conservation Officer Took On Illegal Cartel Grow Operations
Come Hell or High Water: Policing in Natural Disasters

Come Hell or High Water: Policing in Natural Disasters

Policing in an area where a natural disaster is actively unfolding presents some unique challenges. Let's examine some of them so that when tragedy strikes in your jurisdiction—whether that's a hurricane, a tornado, a flash flood, a blizzard, an earthquake, a volcano, a wildfire, or something else—you've got a handle on what you've got to handle.

September 6, 2019

Politics, Press, Police Use-of-Force, De-Policing, and Deadly Hesitation

Politics, Press, Police Use-of-Force, De-Policing, and Deadly Hesitation

California Governor Gavin Newsom, Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren, and NYPD Police Commissioner James O'Neill (left to right) have all made headlines in the past couple of weeks that may lead to worsening the continuing trends of deadly hesitation and de-policing in America. Images courtesy of Facebook.

August 23, 2019

An Argument for Widespread Use of Therapy Dogs in Policing
1 Thing to be More Outraged Over than the Jussie Smollett Debacle
Free Speech, Violent Threats, and Learning from a Misguided Professor

Free Speech, Violent Threats, and Learning from a Misguided Professor

Professor Joshua Clover—who teaches English and comparative literature at University of California at Davis, and according to his official bio, specializes in Marxism and "the end of capitalism"—said in an interview published in early 2016, "People think that cops need to be reformed. They need to be killed."

March 1, 2019

Is a Rational, Reasonable Approach to Immigration Enforcement Possible?
How the Bond between Cops and Kids Might Help Solve the Police Recruitment Crisis

How the Bond between Cops and Kids Might Help Solve the Police Recruitment Crisis

Many police departments have a pop-up tent, a folding table, and a bunch of knick-knacks with the department badge or logo to give away during street festivals and other events. This is a very passive recruitment tool, and arguably a giant waste of time and resources. Where the real recruitment opportunities exist are in the day-to-day contact between young people and the police officers who serve their communities.

September 21, 2018

Why "Safe Injection Sites" are the Wrong Answer to the Opioid Question
Off-Duty Safety Tips

Off-Duty Safety Tips

It's no secret that groups like Antifa and Anonymous are simpatico, and when you add BLM activists to the mix, you have a troika of anti-police groups that is not to be underestimated. Consequently, officers must maintain vigilant watch for threats while off duty.

August 30, 2018

A Brief Review of the Flaws in California's AB 931 UOF Legislation

A Brief Review of the Flaws in California's AB 931 UOF Legislation

Assembly Bill 931 — otherwise known as the Police Accountability and Community Protection Act — is fatally flawed in its current form. Unpacking all of the problems with this piece of legislation is a monumentally difficult task, but I'll give it a shot — no pun intended.

August 24, 2018

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