General Topics

  • That New Car Smell

    New car sales are turning the corner and interest rates are low; is it time to lease or buy a new car?

    Article • November 25th, 2009

  • Contagious vs Conditioned Shooting

    In a profession that relies on backup, being shunned by fellow officers can be career ending.

    Article • November 24th, 2009

  • Op-Ed: Reasonable Gun Control?

    Instead of emotional arguments about the value of firearms in the populace, how about a reasonable approach?

    Article • November 9th, 2009

  • A.S.A.P. Method Response

    We must realize that to mitigate the loss of life during an active killer incident, there must be an absolute exigency to our tactics and our response.

    Article • November 4th, 2009

  • Gold Rush

    With the market still off its high mark, advertisements for gold have flourished. Is it a good idea to buy?

    Article • October 27th, 2009

  • Cops and Denial

    DENIAL is not the answer to defending America’s population; education, preparation and training are the elements of triumph in this post September 11 era.

    Article • October 27th, 2009

  • Trainers, Stay or Go?

    If I see an officer assigned in a training capacity with just a few years under his belt, I get real suspicious.

    Article • October 5th, 2009

  • Boost Your Credibility in Court

    Vivid details like a Darth Vader toothbrush or a Mercurochrome stained uniform can help a jury SEE the truth. Read on to learn how to use vivid details to boost your credibility and that of your victims and witnesses.

    Article • September 21st, 2009

  • Active Shooter / Rapid Response DVD

    It is imperative that law enforcement professionals in every state and territory - and indeed, anywhere we have a military outpost in the world with a civilian population - understand the proper tactics and techniques to respond to such attacks / events.

    Article • September 18th, 2009

  • Ambushing / Counter Ambushing, Pt 2

    Whether on foot patrol, bike patrol, or in a vehicle, attack recognition and response is critical.

    Article • September 14th, 2009

  • Can you Relate?

    Empathy does not mean having to share a similar experience with the caller, but being willing to validate the caller's experience and speak to them in a way which showed an ability to work within the caller's world.

    Article • September 8th, 2009

  • Legendary Lawman Jigsaw John

    He was the oldest, most renowned officer the PD had to offer. A real no-kidding detective, he was both meticulous and tenacious.

    Article • September 3rd, 2009

  • Ambushing / Counter Ambushing, Pt 1

    It has been only during the last ten years, and more recently, the last several shootings that have captured our attention. Ambushing is up to 23% annually and climbing since 1996.

    Article • August 10th, 2009

  • Legendary Lawman Dallas Stoudenmire

    After being a Ranger for three years, he would disappear for several years and finally resurface in Socorro, New Mexico as the town marshal.

    Article • August 5th, 2009

  • Goodies For Thermal Imagers

    What tools you have to use with your thermal imager can make all the difference in the world how much you use your TI.

    Article • August 3rd, 2009

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