Monthly Archives: December 2012

Signs That Your Privacy is Being Compromised

No law enforcement officer ever wants to believe that their privacy has been violated, but being aware of the signs is essential to help recognize the reality. You frequently see the same individual when out in public – if you … Continue reading

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Personality Types and Their Impact on Job Safety

According to a study by The Walter Reed Army Institute of Research there is a difference in the level of fatigue that cops feel on the job that depends upon their personality type.  As a result, it is important to … Continue reading

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Safe Driving Tips for Officers

At this time of year, both weather conditions and reckless drivers can risk officer safety on the road. It may be your job to serve and protect, but you also need to consider maintaining your own personal safety. Be aware … Continue reading

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When Does Your Right to Privacy in Law Enforcement Expire?

By law, public officials, including law enforcement, are afforded certain guarantees with regards to the protection of their privacy. While these specific mandates can vary from state to state, there are some generalities in the law – including when your … Continue reading

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