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End of Year: Seeing 2020 in Hindsight

Looking one more time at the highs and lows of the year that was… 2020 and seeing perhaps more clearly today than on those days that comprised the year.

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Command Staff: Calling Off the Chase

Options such as aborting a vehiclepursuit from afar or obtaining new technology that can help more safely end a pursuit must be explored and examined by law enforcement leaders.

QuantiCheck User Seal Check Device

Used in conjunction with an approved fit test program, the QuantiCheck indicates to the user that an adequate seal has been made or if adjustments are needed every time the mask is worn.

[WEBINAR] Speech Recognition Tech Extends How Officers Can Be Productive Anywhere

Discover how speech recognition technology can improve productivity without breaking your agency’s budget.

Police, Technology, and the Pandemic

Law enforcement agencies used technology and planning to protect officers and maintain operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Former Head of Seattle Police Union Comments on Officers Abandoning Station

"It is beyond me that you could let a taxpayer funded building go by the wayside."

Personal Information on Officers Being Leaked Online

The United States Department of Homeland Security has issued an unclassified intelligence document stating that personal information about police officers across the country is being leaked and shared online in the wake of the in-custody death of George Floyd in late May.

New York Governor Expected to Sign Bill Making Police Records Public

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on social media that he plans to sign a proposed piece of legislation that will make public the personnel records of police officers, firefighters, and correction officers.

Mourning in the Era of COVID-19: How Police Funerals Have Changed

Amid the "social distancing" orders issued by various state governors and local authorities, police officer funerals have changed dramatically.

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Tennessee Police Shoot, Wound Domestic Violence Suspect

At least one officer with the Hendersonville (TN) Police Department was forced to open fire on a resistive and intoxicated domestic violence subject early Thursday morning.