August 2011 ISSUE - LAW OFFICER MAGAZINE
What happened in Lakewood still resounds through our profession.
A collection of perspectives on 9/11.
Q&A on the Automated Critical Asset Management System (ACAMS), a free tool from DHS that can help LEOs plan and respond to incidents at buildings and areas deemed critical.
Chris Boyd discusses equipment and training tools related to less-lethal use-of-force options.
We owe it to those who gave their lives to continually train, safeguard our homeland and remain vigilant.
Mobile data deployment saves time, improves safety. Find out how.
Hit the Hogs & Heifers Saloon on Sept. 11 and have fun to honor the men of Team Romeo and to pay tribute to the 37 Port Authority officers who lost their lives.
Handlers and their partners deserve the best gear and accessories to keep them safe and ready for the job.
When do officers cross the line with concocting lies in order to obtain consent?
Check status often—in training and on the street—to ensure you and your officers are really OK.
If we remember 9/11 and recognize that there’s true evil that seeks our destruction, then we may prevent our enemies from carrying out such attacks again.
FrogLube safely and effectively cleans, lubes and preserves your weapons.
Realistic training products increase officer safety and prepare them for the field.
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