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Crowd Control

When/Then Thinking and Training for Police Amid Threat of Post-Roe "Protests"

Regardless of what may come to pass with the SCOTUS decision on Dobbs—and in your community—in weeks and/or months, the police will be the people holding the line between the lawlessness and the law abiding.

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Destructive Super Bowl Celebrations Draw LAPD Response

In total, 19 locations were vandalized, police said. Investigators are expected to review surveillance video over the coming days to attempt to identify suspects.

TacCommander Riot Control Suit

Sirchie's Premier TacCommander features a revolutionary adjustable design. That means you can outfit and protect your entire team without the worry and hassle of sizing each individual.

New Guidebook Designed to Help Officer Stay Well and Safe During Civil Unrest

The National Police Foundation (NPF), in partnership with the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), has released "Staying Healthy in the Fray: The Impact of Crowd Management on Officers in the Context of Civil Unrest," a guidebook to officer safety and wellness during civil unrest.

61 Arrested in Chicago After Crowds Fight with Officers

Suspects were arrested for offenses including battery, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest, a police spokesperson told the station.

Portland Crowd Control Unit Resigns Over Indictment of Officer

“Our RRT members do not volunteer to have Molotov cocktails, fireworks, explosives, rocks, bottles, urine, feces and other dangerous objects thrown at them,” wrote Daryl Turner, then president of the union. He noted that the team members volunteer for the work without any specialty pay.

Chicago Officers Return to 12-Hour Shifts and No Days Off

Officers will return to the mandatory overtime and extended shifts for a weekend that includes Juneteenth observances, the annual Puerto Rican People's Day Parade and Father's Day.

Columbus Police Say New Policies Prevented Them from Intervening in Riotous Block Party

“I felt helpless,” said an Ohio State University student who lives on Chittenden Avenue. “It didn’t feel good to call authority and (for) them tell you there’s nothing they could do about it, as people were flipping cars. It’s ridiculous.”

20 Albuquerque Officers Resign from Crowd Control Unit

Seventeen officers, one lieutenant, and two sergeants resigned from the team. According to Shaun Willoughby, president of the Albuquerque Police Officers’ Association, the officers feel over-scrutinized, so they decided to take a stand with each other.

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U.S. Capitol Police Chief Under Fire Over Rally Planning, Riot Response

Former U.S. Capitol Police Chief Terrance Gainer said he wants to give police "the benefit of the doubt" and hopes they were attempting to de-escalate Wednesday's events when they appeared to let rioters inside the legislative building.

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