POLICE Magazine - March 2015

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Training: Canine to K-9

By Mark Fox
The decision to take a dog and transform it into a highly trained law enforcement animal isn't one to be taken lightly. It is a commitment, with year-round responsibility—both on and off-duty—for the dog and the humans who work with the dog.

Features:

ALPR: Capturing Crime Leads
Automated license plate reader (ALPR) technology allows law enforcement officers to quickly recognize expired tags and identify and locate stolen vehicles. But it's also often instrumental in finding wanted and missing persons and solving a wide range of crimes, including homicides.

Columns:

Thank You for Freedom
People who live in fear are not really free, or cannot stay free long with such anxiety, and you are the ones they call in a crisis.

Irrational Fear vs. Officer Safety
First, law enforcement critics such as civil libertarians and liberal journalists claimed that we were over-militarized, and now they're mischaracterizing officer safety equipment as spy tools.

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