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January 8, 2013 – 1,278 views
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Tragedy usually comes unannounced and out of the blue. As such, it is difficult to be prepared for any tragedy. However, human beings have a few skills that enable them to deal with tragedies. Knowing how to react in stressful situations can come in handy in managing such tragedies... Full Story 
January 1, 2013 – 1,662 views
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Risk assessment deals with identifying, evaluating and determining both the qualitative and quantitative levels of risk involved in a given situation. Some standards must be used to determine what level of risk is acceptable in any situation. The process helps to rank risks according to their possibility and impact. Law enforcement personnel must consider a number of factors if they want to prepare an effective risk assessment program. Risk assessment documents include several things, among of which are:... Full Story 
December 17, 2012 – 1,247 views
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In the world we live in, use-of-force is a fragile subject. When force is used disproportionately or with undue haste, people can be hurt, department reputation suffers, and the officer can be severely punished. In addition, judicial standing in the case of incident and future cases can be greatly jeopardized. However, law enforcement has a remedy: pre-contact threat assessment. This type of assessment involves an awareness of threat-creating factors and subsequent proper action. When the five rules of pre-contact threat assessment are followed, the chances of negative outcomes in use-of-force incidents are vastly reduced... Full Story 
December 5, 2012 – 1,261 views
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People tend not to like the idea of constant surveillance in public areas, but even if the venue does not have cameras monitoring the activities of those who are there, the world has become so digital that individual cameras and cell phones now do the job. Police may not be able to get footage from a stadium or concert hall without a warrant but all they need to do is keep an eye on social media websites such as Facebook and Twitter, and chances are that if a crime occurred in a public place, someone caught it on camera... Full Story 
November 15, 2012 – 1,241 views
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Training is a learning process which paves way for you to climb high up the ladder of progress and growth. This process serves as a backbone that regulated a particular system. Hence, training is an essential step for every profession of life as it prepares you to counter any unknown issues in a course effectively and resolve them subsequently due to the learning the training procedure inculcated in you... Full Story 
November 8, 2012 – 1,412 views
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A large part of patrol work involves interviewing potential suspects. Patrol officers can greatly improve their interview techniques with the following tips... Full Story 
October 26, 2012 – 1,356 views
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The 1st Amendment of the United States of America's Constitution is perhaps the most important amendment ever made. It is certainly the most famous, pertaining to the right to exercising one's religion, the rights of the press, the right to peaceful assembly, and perhaps most pressingly the right for free speech. But just how does the 1st Amendment affect our place of work and what can or cannot we do underneath it?... Full Story 
October 12, 2012 – 1,179 views
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Social media and investigations of every kind are colliding more every day. For law enforcement, this expanse can create some potential legal problems. The idea that information is available for free on the Internet means that people have to be careful about what they post. However, there are certain expectations when it comes to social media and information sharing, such as being invited to join someone's online social circle. In order to facilitate the use of the social media in the most effective way, law enforcement use it to check out whatever public information is available... Full Story