Counter-Terrorism

  • Help a Sniper

    You can't do your job without proper equipment. Neither can they.

    Article • March 6th, 2011

  • The Enemy of My Enemy

    Immigration has to deal with whom the United States Government allows to stay in this country; while border control is about who is allowed to enter the United States and what policies are applied to achieve regulated border crossings.

    Article • February 22nd, 2011

  • Saving man's best friend from dog's worst enemy

    Adding to the unmistakable mixed odor of blood and wet dog in the room came the bitter scent of burning. “They left it too long, and you could actually smell the burning—I don’t want to say flesh of the dog—but you could tell it was burning. The...

    Article • February 18th, 2011

  • Be prepared for terrorists both foreign and domestic

    First responders are trained to respond as safely and expeditiously as possible. Upon arrival, they try to immediately remedy the situation, sometimes without completely surveying the scene or thinking about what led to the situation. This can be a deadly...

    Article • February 16th, 2011

  • Terrorists Harnessing The WWW

    Extremist sites often guide recruits on their organizations accomplishments and highlight membership benefits. These extremist sites also give perspective recruits information about future organizational meetings.

    Article • January 25th, 2011

  • Rifles on patrol

    History is not linear; it has a habit of circling back on itself. In the 1930s, violent bank robbery gangs armed with military automatic rifles and submachine guns murdered citizens and law enforcement officers, terrorizing the nation in the commission of...

    Article • January 13th, 2011

  • Ready-Contact-Fire

    The IACP condones head shots in the event of an uncooperative suicide bomber. This is a necessary resolution to eliminate an imminent threat and save lives.

    Article • December 28th, 2010

  • Facility Emergency Management

    Knowing what to do when faced with an emergency can mean the difference between life and death.

    Article • November 12th, 2010

  • Quantifying Stress in Training

    Data regarding the use of gun sights during a gun battle, indicated that only 30% of the officers reported being able to see their front sights, and only 25% used them.

    Article • November 1st, 2010

  • When Do I Get Promoted?

    Hey, the younger guys are getting stripes, where is mine…

    Article • October 27th, 2010

  • The Varsity Club

    Terrorists are graduating from the Active Shooter scenarios and transcending into the realm of weapons of mass destruction, WMD.

    Article • October 27th, 2010

  • LE Counterterrorism Aviation

    The recent anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 always is a time of reflection and remembrance. It also always raises the question; will an attack happen again?

    Article • September 21st, 2010

  • I Love/Hate Being a Cop

    Looking forward may be the best insurance we have against being blind-sided by the unexpected. This is especially true in love and in police work.

    Article • September 14th, 2010

  • September 11th Memories

    Keep the victims, our soldiers, intelligence agents, and our fellow officers in your thoughts and prayers.

    Article • September 9th, 2010

  • September 11th: 9 Yrs Later

    Nine years ago this coming Saturday our nation faced perhaps it's greatest loss since the attacks on Pearl Harbor: of course I speak of the terrorist attacks committed against our country on September 11th, 2001.

    Article • September 9th, 2010

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