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  • 20 MORE ways to use your smartphone

    1.‘ponga sus manos donde puedo verlos’ Google Translate How many ways can you say “Put your hands where I can see them”? Reference this helpful translation service with over 50 stored languages when you’re looking to convey your message in a...

    Article • October 17th, 2012

  • Something for everyone in NOLA

    New Orleans, the same city that experienced one of the most dramatic emergency response and law enforcement emergencies in the history of the country following Hurricane Katrina in 2005, is this year’s destination for the Enforcement Expo and...

    Article • June 15th, 2012

  • 20 ways to use your smartphone

    #1: Police Spanish Guide For Android comes with pre-programmed and indexed phrases by subjects, like basic questions, routine traffic stops, traffic or driving violations, field sobriety tests, lost child, domestic disputes and interrogation. Use...

    Article • June 15th, 2012

  • Search & Seizure – A Century of Summaries

    As law enforcement officers we have to overcome certain hurdles due to the protections offered to everyone as a result of the 4th Amendment, but does the law ever really change?

    Article • June 4th, 2012

  • Separating Contenders from Pretenders

    New chiefs or new commanders must know their territory as well. What are your local hot buttons? Before the downward economic troubles, it was crime and perception.

    Article • June 1st, 2012

  • CONLAW, USNORTHCOM and the Third Amendment

    Looking through our eyeglass of American History, we note that The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) has barely addressed the Third Amendment, because the problem of troops forcing themselves into our homes for refuge hasn’t happened. It was a big issue...

    Article • April 30th, 2012

  • Claustrophobia: Are You A Victim?

    The word claustrophobia originates from the Latin word “claustrum” which means a shut in place and the Greek word “phobos” which means fear. Research has shown that approximately 6% of people suffer the disorder worldwide. However, the majority of...

    Article • April 12th, 2012

  • The Great Gun Debate

    Nothing gets the blood pumping faster than a good old fashion debate over the Second Amendment. Considering we are on the verge of entering into that every four year cycle of political craziness called “election season” you can bet that someone...

    Article • March 29th, 2012

  • Beyond the Band-Aid: Making Holes, Plugging Holes

    With all the emphasis on making holes, how often do we consider plugging holes; not just in victims and perps recently ventilated, but our partners and ourselves?

    Article • March 21st, 2012

  • Police vs. Protestors

    Today, the similarities between the riots, occupy movements and protests we see across America are reflective of what we saw in the late ‘60s.

    Article • March 1st, 2012

  • Bath Salts, The Fear Factor and Handcuffing

    Last year I encountered a young man who was under the influence of bath salts and at the time my state did not outlaw them for illicit use and neither did the DEA. Since that time both have done so.

    Article • February 9th, 2012

  • 173 Cops Killed

    Do whatever it takes to win and go home to your loved ones each day.

    Article • February 9th, 2012

  • Your Five Minutes of Fame

    As we all know, technology has minimized video and audio capability to the point where the average citizen can have apps on their smart phones that the CIA would have loved just ten years ago.

    Article • February 9th, 2012

  • Stadium evac gets a new game plan

    After the collapse of the stage at the Indiana State Fair that killed five people last August, officials tried to determine if there was any way the tragedy could have been avoided. The Indiana incident was the third outdoor show last summer where...

    Article • January 18th, 2012

  • Dig this

    Less than half a mile from the U.S. Port of Entry at Otay Mesa in San Diego County, Mexican drug smugglers operated an elaborate 2,400-foot tunnel that connected a small warehouse 175 yards south of the border near Tijuana’s Rodriguez International...

    Article • January 18th, 2012

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