Monthly Archives: September 2012

Tips on Dealing with Suspects

As an officer, safety (your own, that of bystanders, and that of suspects) always needs to remain your priority. The way that you speak to and deal with a potential suspect, regardless of their crime, can make a difference when … Continue reading

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Police Force Rules for Social Media

The use of social media has presented a very real issue for law enforcement departments as it blurs the line between what’s private and what’s public. This has caused many police departments to dictate exactly what and what is not … Continue reading

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Safety When Pulling Over Motorists

As a police officer, an important part of remaining safe while pulling over a motorist, is ensuring that the individual driving is calm, and that they understand the process. This is better accomplished if they are educated on how to … Continue reading

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What Do Police Do During a Natural Disaster?

Recently, there has been some negative publicity surrounding the behaviors of police officers during a natural disaster – specifically, relating to an incident during Katrina. However, it is important to remember the positive contribution that law enforcement have on the … Continue reading

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