Is the Boss Looking?

This is our IACP issue, meaning it s the issue we distribute at the 2007 International Association of Chiefs of Police conference this month. And it probably means we should be putting our best foot forward to make the best impression possible, right? After all, if...
Cuttin' Sign

Cuttin' Sign

Many law enforcement officers respond to burglary calls in unpaved subdivisions that occurred hours, or perhaps even a day before their arrival. And many times they leave the victim s residence frustrated because they couldn t do more. Yes, they dusted for prints and...

After the Fight

I think most officers would agree that the thought of seeing your own blood rapidly exiting an ugly looking wound is one of the most disturbing images you hope you never see. Yet with all the great strides made in officer-survival training and equipment over the past...
Third Degree: Tactical Twosome

Third Degree: Tactical Twosome

Statistics have shown for a very long time that the majority of armed confrontations that involve law enforcement officers occur between 1800 hrs and 0600 hrs the hours of darkness. Low light is not really the problem some would have you believe because your eyes can...

Ouch! Why Does it Hurt?

You have only a half-hour left on your shift when you get the call. You hit the lights and siren as you speed to the destination. The dull, chronic pain you ve felt in your lower back from sitting in the cruiser the past three hours leaves your mind as the adrenaline...

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