Law Enforcement Technology
The magazine is written with the law enforcement manager in mind and concentrates on emerging trends and technological advances being made in the field of law enforcement as well as focuses on companies that provide leading product categories such as computers & software, uniforms & body armor, communications, vehicles, weaponry, forensics, training, tactical equipment and video imaging products.
Sheriff Rich Stanek to give keynote address at 2008 Enforcement Expo
Do law enforcement officers worry more about their children? I think we do — and I also think it's tougher being a cop's kid than the child of someone in a more insular profession.
As parents, it's hard to reconcile what you see...
Decoding Vehicle Identification Numbers puts the brakes on auto theft, cloning and chop shop operations
A few days ago, someone set fire to a tree planted at the local high school in honor of our community's veterans. My daughter, a freshman at the school, believes it to be an inside job. She says only a student, or former student, would know that...
The delivery of municipal services is a daunting task. Demands for service are increasing. Municipalities are also subject to a variety of state and federal mandates. These often require cities to provide more services with the same or fewer...
Law enforcement copes with young people's use of popular energy drinks containing or combined with alcohol
Memphis police asked how an armed confrontation with a mentally ill individual might have been prevented, and found a unique answer
Campus law enforcement can help bridge the divide between hate and tolerance
In the television series, Candid Camera , producers concealed cameras to film ordinary people confronted with unusual situations, sometimes involving trick props, such as a desk with drawers that popped open when another one was closed or a car...
A tactical training expert defines a plan for active shooter situations
Modern helmets are more comfortable and used more regularly for day-to-day officer protection against today's better-armed criminals
Criminal victimization has a widespread impact, requiring extra attention and effective response strategies by agencies
There are only two things an officer can be sure of when it comes to mutual aid requests: (1) An officer never knows when the call will come; and (2) Assisting another agency during an emergency is anything but routine.
Dangerous times, constricted budgets and personnel shortages lend new respect to public-private partnerships