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  • Incident Audio - Part 1 - Maryland Police Respond to Possible Hostage Situation

    Listen to initial incident audio from the Montgomery County Police Department as a gunman takes hostages at the Discovery Communications headquarters in Silver Spring. Audio edited for time and relevant content. Part 1 Audio used under a creative...

    Podcast • September 1st, 2010

  • Government Grants with Domingo Herraiz of Motorola

    Amid the confusion of the grants available for law enforcement, Domingo Herraiz of Motorola offers a silver lining. Motorola Inc. has named Domingo Herraiz, a former Department of Justice (DOJ) funding and policy expert, to direct the company’s...

    Podcast • May 22nd, 2009

  • Less-lethal tools with Kevin Sailor

    A less-lethal specialist out of Colorado, Sgt. Kevin Sailor discusses less-lethal tool use in today’s police force, and offers his opinion on whether conductive energy devices are too simple a solution for compliance. He offers what his 28-year...

    Podcast • May 30th, 2008

  • Conquering the beast: Making the media your friend

    Media relations expert Chris Ryan tells law enforcement to be more "maverick-like" when dealing with news-hungry reporters. In the interview, the former news commentator, known in law enforcement circles for his "PIO Boot Camp," reports the best way...

    Podcast • November 9th, 2007

  • Good media relations = Good community relations

    Emmy Award winning television news veteran and law enforcement media relations trainer, Russell Ruffin, says a good relationship with the media means a good relationship with the general public because that's how the public gets its information. In the...

    Podcast • October 24th, 2007

  • Radio Transmissions: Ohio Chase, Shooting

    Two Blue Ash officers were injured and a suspect was shot dead after a police chase turned violent, Aug. 28 View Full Story

    Podcast • August 29th, 2007

  • What Happened to ASLET?

    For almost twenty years, the American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers (ASLET) was the largest and most active police training organization in the world. Then, in late 2006, and with no notice to members, it closed its doors and disappeared. This...

    Podcast • August 28th, 2007

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