Along with good old-fashioned police work, a range of sophisticated technologies are being added to the crime fighting toolkit. These emerging technologies are allowing policemen to do their work in a more effective and safer manner.
Learn more about the technologies that have already proven their worth:
Today’s threats during large events range from domestic terrorism to random bombings to plain old-fashioned criminal behavior. Find out which tools law enforcement is using to keep the public safe.
California's body cam law requires police to release body-cam video of critical incidents within 45 days. Learn how to comply with AI redaction in this whitepaper.
Ohio has become the latest state to mandate public access to police bodycam and dashcam videos, expanding on a growing nationwide trend toward transparency in law-enforcement.
In POLICE Magazine’s Special Report: Critical Incident Response, read about Working with the Media After a Critical Incident, the Evolution of Critical Incident Communications, Bomb Threats and Suspicious Packages, Preplanning Response to School Shootings, and PTSD in the Police K-9.
In POLICE Magazine’s Special Report: Upfitting & Fleet Management, learn about whether do to Upfitting In-House or Outsource, Bringing Maintenance In House, 10 CHP's Vehicle Assembly Line, Telematics for Law Enforcement, and Hybrids Ready for Patrol.
In POLICE Magazine’s Special Report: Keeping Schools Safe, learn about building police-school relationships, how readers would make schools safer, why you have to go in, crowd control, tactical medical response, and staging a school shooting response drill.
Steve Albrecht discusses the tactical concept known as Contact and Cover, on which he wrote a book about in 1992, and whether or not the police tactic should be considered done with.
Bigger budgets have led to a hiring bonanza in law enforcement. What do candidates need to know to land a law enforcement job?
A strong, fit, ﬂexible, explosive, and well-conditioned police officer is a better police officer. Improved physical conditioning is correlated with lower officer injury and death rates, lower sick leave usage, lower civil liability, fewer civilian complaints, lower suspect injury rate, lower suicide rate, improved mental health, lower uses of force, and lower officer-involved shooting rate.
Officers and agencies working to fulfill Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act qualifications should keep the process simple.
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