The law is not as cut-and-dried as you think. And much of what you hear about it is wrong.
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.
For those seeking promotion, there is always the possibility of not getting one. Although when you don’t get the promotion it might seem like the end of the world, it isn’t. Here's how to handle this situation.
Officers need to communicate and coordinate with the flight crew to get the most out of air support units.
You don’t have lots of time to get questions answered, so make good use of the time you have.
In this special report from POLICE Magazine, you'll learn about how hardware and software enhance officer safety, what you need to know about the cloud, how to handle software implementation, how laptops and tablets compare, and useful law enforcement apps.
In this special report from POLICE Magazine, you'll learn about how response to civil disturbances can incorporate the use of less-lethal weapons, bicycles, body-worn cameras, and public order teams.
In this special report from POLICE Magazine, you'll learn about how to buy software, successful software installation, measuring your agency's return on investment, and useful law enforcement apps.
As many law enforcement agencies move to obtain and deploy body-worn cameras, it is important that the administrators of these agencies develop detailed policies that govern the use of these devices.
When it comes to claims about the effectiveness of handgun ammo, don’t believe the hype.
The FBI’s decision to switch back to 9mm pistols and ammo is based on studies of wound ballistics and shooter performance.