National Police Training Articles

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April 18, 2013 – 2,578 views
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If someone is stopped by the police, it may be that they have committed a traffic offense or are suspected of engaging in an illegal activity. It may also be that they are suspected of committing a crime and are stopped to be placed under arrest. In the former two cases, the police will generally question the person, and ask him to produce the necessary identification proof, if needed... Full Story 
April 16, 2013 – 1,495 views
Troy Evans - The Evans Group
Robberies of our Financial Institutions are at the very least a steady trend, and in many areas of the country is hitting at an alarming and increasing rate. Robbery is here to stay and the only chance that our Financial Institutions have surrounding the areas of Prevention, Apprehension and Recovery involves training, training and more training... Full Story 
April 8, 2013 – 1,310 views
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Law enforcement officers come across many dangerous situations and different kinds of people. A good portion of the calls that a Law Enforcement Officer has to respond to involves individuals with mental illnesses. While not all individuals with mental illnesses are violent, there are some who are definitely more violent. That is why it is important for police officers to be able to identify this distinction and control the situation accordingly. While communicating with such individuals, using the right approach is very essential for a police officer... Full Story 
March 15, 2013 – 1,167 views
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Bath salt drug abuse is a relatively new trend that has surfaced over the past decade. There are two primary reasons for these drugs being dangerous: dosage, and sleep deprivation. There isn't any prescribed dosage for this drug that you should take to feel the effects. Buyers tend to get a whole pouch for about $50, which they use till it gets over. Most of the horrible effects of bath salts are experienced by people who ingest a large amount of bath salts at once or in a short period of time... Full Story 
March 6, 2013 – 1,387 views
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There's a need for better security during transportation as prisoners who are able to escape during transit tend to be violent to secure vehicles, weapons, or food. This places the private citizens under risk. If an officer's actions resulted in the escape, then he is liable to be held responsible for it... Full Story 
February 15, 2013 – 1,239 views
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When a call is made from a cell phone, the carrier records which phone tower the cell phone contacted or pinged and at what time. This makes it very easy to trace a person's whereabouts at a certain time. Cell phones leave a trail of evidence. When you do it right, mobile forensics can be very effective... Full Story 
February 6, 2013 – 1,727 views
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Confrontations with hostage takers have steadily increased in the recent years. Because lives are on the line, police officers and other law enforcement personal have to approach such situations sensitively. When police officers respond to hostage confrontations, their primary objective should be preserving lives. The next important concern is capturing the hostage taker and recovering any property seized... Full Story 
January 15, 2013 – 1,250 views
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Sometimes force is necessary to protect oneself from harm. Law enforcement personnel also need to use it sometimes in order to bring in offenders. The amount of force used only for defensive purpose is called reasonable force and if it exceeds this limit, then it would no longer be eligible to be called reasonable... Full Story