Watch Your Six: The Five Most Dangerous Risks to Law Enforcement Today

Tue, Aug 18, 2015

Professions that deal in risk owe it to each employee to constantly evaluate the risks that pose significant danger to those doing the job. Our profession must tune in to these issues and what we can do to prevent tragedy in the future. There are no new ways for law enforcement to die or get hurt—we have been writing our lessons in blood for decades. It is now time to learn those lessons.

In this webcast you will learn the five most dangerous risks to law enforcement today, and what officers can do to prevent themselves from becoming another statistic.


Legal Issues in Policy and Training

Mon, Jun 15, 2015

In this webinar, we’ll discuss best practices to evaluate your policies and training to make sure they are current and relevant to today’s legal issues.  

The face of modern policing is changing, as is the public’s perception of our work. How can officers across the country protect themselves and their partners in the face of a landscape that often looks bleak at best?  What is the answer when the public takes police action out of context? Who should respond to media requests? What training have the officers received? Speakers will address contemporary legal and training issues as they pertain to law enforcement officers and take questions regarding specific cases.


Training: Limit Your Liability

Wed, Mar 4, 2015

Are you being provided the right training and can you be held responsible and liable for training that is not offered?


Public Relations & Building Trust in the Community

Tue, Jan 27, 2015

Building Public Confidence in Police. There is a growing perception of distrust between law enforcement officers and the communities in which they work.


Generate tactical leads with your handheld. Introducing: COPLINK Everywhere

Thu, Oct 23, 2014

IBM COPLINK is designed to help law enforcement organizations solve crimes faster, keep officers safer, and disrupt crime and terrorism by organizing and providing tactical, strategic, and command-level access to the vast quantities of seemingly unrelated data utilized by law enforcement.