Know the symptoms of COVID-19 and how to prevent the spread of the disease on duty.
Here you’ll find a collection of the best articles published in the pages of POLICE and on PoliceMag.com in 2019. We think you’ll find they’re worth revisiting.
In POLICE Magazine’s Special Report: Ballistic Protection, read about Maintaining Concealable Body Armor, Adding Ballistic Armor to Patrol Vehicles, 10 Things You Need to Know About Ballistic Helmets, Defensive Measures on Campus, What You Should Know About Hard Armor, and the Future of Armor.
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.
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.
Police Magazine covers a variety of topics throughout the year, from national trends and breaking news to safety and new products. Download this ebook to revisit our most popular content of 2018.
Are Miranda warnings necessary during a lawyer's presence?
Everybody involved in a pursuit needs to know their roles, and everyone not involved needs to stay off the primary radio channel.
Arm yourself with some basic skills to employ when encountering disturbed subjects in need of mental health services.
You can take steps to improve your well-being at work before you reach the breaking point.
If you don’t get a handle on your stress it will take over.
Finding the right body armor is often a personal endeavor, and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly.