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POLICE Magazine - November 2014

COVER STORY

Bullet-Proofing Your Rolling Office

By David Griffith
The murder of Sgt. Cory Wride and the attempted murder of Dep. Greg Sherwood reveal a key vulnerability in American police patrol vehicles: lack of protection from gunfire.
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POLICE Magazine - October 2014

COVER STORY

Can Police Stop Killing Dogs?

By David Griffith
As with other police encounters involving civilians and what the public perceives as bad outcomes, many dog shooting incidents are captured on video and posted on the Internet. Some officers have even been fired for shooting dogs.
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POLICE Magazine - September 2014

COVER STORY

Cyber Terrorism: Preventing Online Assault

By Melanie Basich
Hackers constantly target law enforcement. Whatever the intent, with our dependence on technology it's more important than ever that police agencies protect themselves against cyber terrorist attacks.
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POLICE Magazine - August 2014

COVER STORY

Combined Response to Active Shooters

By Mark Clark
The final element of an active threat incident is the response. This encompasses the police response to end the attack, Fire/EMS response to aid and evacuate the victims, and even law enforcement containment response to seal off the scene and preserve evidence.
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POLICE Magazine - July 2014

COVER STORY

The POLICE Light and Laser Survey

By David Griffith
Because of the critical importance of illumination tools in law enforcement operations, POLICE recently conducted a survey about flashlight, weapon light, and laser sight ownership, usage, and training among working law enforcement officers. The following is a snapshot of our findings.
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POLICE Magazine - June/Buyers Guide 2014

COVER STORY

Radios: Your Lifeline is Evolving

By David Griffith and Mark Clark
Officers have come to rely on both their in-car and portable radios for critical intelligenc. Here's a look at some trends in police communications today and some evolving technologies that will radically change them in the near future.
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POLICE Magazine - May 2014

COVER STORY

Heart Trouble

By David Griffith
What is certainly true is that the lifestyle of many working law enforcement officers amounts to a recipe for heart disease.
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POLICE Magazine - April 2014

COVER STORY

Whistleblowers Sounding the Alarm

By Dean Scoville
Regardless of how they are viewed, whistleblowers' capacity to effect change within their agencies often eclipses that of those with more formally acknowledged power.
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POLICE Magazine - March 2014

COVER STORY

Building Leaders

By Melanie Basich
Even if people receive some training, there is more to becoming a leader than taking a class. Training in all its aspects needs to change with the times. But it's a pervasive cultural issue. And it takes time to change a culture.
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POLICE Magazine - February 2014

COVER STORY

Fighting the "Never Say Die" Killer

By Dean Scoville
Taking the one-percenter out is problematic. You're no doubt familiar with the extremely popular cable television series "The Walking Dead" in which you have to shoot the brain to put down the monster. This often holds true in getting the one-percenters to go "lights out," too.
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POLICE Magazine - January 2014

COVER STORY

Military Vets Joining Law Enforcement

By Mark Clark
Men and women leaving active-duty military jobs would seem to be a perfect fit for police careers. But there are many obstacles in their way and hurdles they must overcome before pinning on their badges and joining the thin blue line.
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POLICE Magazine - December 2013

COVER STORY

Cops and Holiday DUIs

By Dean Scoville and Evan Wagner
One study reported that overall alcoholic intake may not be greater among police officers, but officers have higher incidences of binge drinking. Take a moment to consider that…and where you land, particularly as holiday festivities (and New Year's resolutions) approach.
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