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Police drone use is increasing, making it essential for agencies to adopt a sound law enforcement drone policy governing their use
Jocko Willink discusses the wellness challenges specifically facing first responders and strategies to strengthen wellness at every stage of the journey
How law enforcement professionals can make better decisions when it comes to engaging in, refraining from or terminating vehicle pursuits
Bodycam footage that is properly integrated into your agency’s training program can have a profound impact on officer behavior and organizational culture
Split-second decisions are inevitable in the law enforcement profession but reacting in a way that deprives people of their constitutionally approved rights is not
“We can make a huge change on scene if we just spend 120 seconds with a community member.”
Personnel feel unrecognized, many do not trust agency leaders and few are willing to recommend their career to others. How can we fix this?
Because we know how high the risk is for first responders, we must be diligent in detecting and preventing cardiac disease
Eliminating the distressing sights and sounds of the job is impossible, but we can better prepare first responders for dealing with emotional scenes
To protect the freedom of the press, law enforcement must handle uncertain situations with the utmost care and professionalism