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Mounted Officers Deter Crime
Mounted Officers Deter Crime

An encounter with police is something most people try to avoid, but officers of Detroit’s Mounted Police Division tend to attract people. You see them at public events like the recent St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Corktown, and you see members of the public admiring or even petting their horses – in other words, having a pleasant and friendly interaction.…

HOW POLICE CAN STAY COOL IN THE SUMMER
HOW POLICE CAN STAY COOL IN THE SUMMER

Lightweight, breathable clothing is critical when temperatures start to rise. Some officers in beach communities and more arid regions may even wear summer uniforms year-round. For public safety professionals and police officers, summer wear should keep you cool but maintain the professional look of the traditional uniform. If your department allows seasonal uniform change or you wear a modified summer…

Wear Your Armor
Wear Your Armor

Why You Should Wear a Vest It is not possible to predict if or when any law enforcement officer will face a deadly encounter while protecting the community. The survival of the more than 3,180 members of the IACP DuPont Kevlar Survivors’ Club, all of whom survived deadly situations, is directly attributable to the protective vest they were wearing. Although…

In Praise of Pepper Spray
In Praise of Pepper Spray

Other force options have become much more popular over the years, but OC still has a place in police operations. Today, many officers have become more comfortable using TASERs than they are using pepper spray, but OC spray remains a viable use-of-force option. While a TASER may be a better option at times, pepper spray can be a practical choice.…

Coolest Police Vehicles
Coolest Police Vehicles

For decades, the humble sedan dominated the world of law enforcement. When someone said, “police car,” odds are you pictured a full-size black-and-white sedan. Turns out that law-enforcement fleet buyers are a conservative bunch, and as a group were in no hurry to turn their collective back on a tried-and-true performer like the trusty large, body-on-frame sedan. Times do change,…

First Movie Camera in Police Car, 1939
First Movie Camera in Police Car, 1939

Movie Camera in Police Car Puts Evidence on Film (Sep, 1939) Mounted on the dashboard of his patrol car, with its lens pointing forward through the windshield, a motion-picture camera belonging to Officer R. H. Galbraith of the California Highway Patrol takes photographs of the automobiles he trails along the highways, making a permanent film record of any traffic violations…

Wiretapping Takes Center Stage in White Collar Crime
Wiretapping Takes Center Stage in White Collar Crime

“Today, tomorrow, next week, the week after, privileged Wall Street insiders who are considering breaking the law will have to ask themselves one important question: Is law enforcement listening?” – Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for Southern District of New York When the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act (the “Act”) was passed in 1968, proponents lauded the Act as a new…

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