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Archive of posts published in the category: Police Matters
Apr
8

The 10 Best Emergency Vehicle Parades in the United States

Does the wail from a firetruck get your attention anytime you hear one? Do your kids drop whatever they are doing and stare at a patrol car with police lights flashing and emergency sirens blaring? If so, you need to see an emergency…

Mar
10

Kangaroos and Other Exotic Animals Rescued During North Sacramento Evacuation

In early February, North Sacramento residents were put on high alert when the Oroville Dam began to show signs of failure. The Dam is the tallest in the United States. Had it failed, it would have sent 30,000 tons of water crashing down…

Mar
8

Police Technology

No one can deny that digital, electronic, mechanical, in fact, just about everything we use today has vastly changed in a few short years, months, and even weeks.  Almost nothing has stayed the same in the growing field that is called: TECHNOLOGY.  It…

Mar
4

First Responder Motorcycle Lighting Options

Riding a motorcycle gives you a rush of adrenaline that will spark memories for decades. The breeze hitting your face, the scenery, and sunsets are just a few of the things riders love. But, in the back of every motorcycle riders head is…

Feb
28

Police Departments Ease Rules on Tattoos, Turbans, and Beards

NYPD made the headlines around the nation at the end of December, 2016, when they announced that they were easing their Grooming and Appearance Standards. Many professionals and civilians believe that police departments should reflect the ethnicity, at least to some degree, of…

Feb
14

Police Drones/UAVs: A Diverse Tool for First Responders

Whether you consider drones as useful tools with numerous applications or just yet more chaotic clutter in the sky, no one can deny that unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have become part of our daily lives.  The public was first introduced to their precision…

Feb
10

Baltimore PD’s New Mobile Tip Line Could Change the Way Officers Police

In late January, the Baltimore Police Department launched an app that promises to change the way they interact with the community. Touting the introduction of the new mobile software as “Transparency at Your Fingertips,” the department hopes this ability to interact will increase…

Feb
2

One Mind Campaign

“Improving Police Response to Persons Affected by Mental Illness” Join the IACP ONE MIND Pledge Today! Commit to implementing the 4 Strategies within the next 12-36 months. The One Mind Campaign was launched in October, 2016, at the IACP San Diego Conference. It…

Jan
23

IACP Conference October 2017: Call for Presentation Ideas

DEADLINE: February 28 http://www.theiacpconference.org/program/schedule/#site-navigation IACP Conference 2017 For 123 years, since 1893, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) has held an annual conference which provides the most up-to-date information, services, and educational trainings for its members both, national and international. The…

Jan
11

Be Thankful on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day – January 9, 2017

The National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day was first celebrated in 2015. This special occasion was created by the FBI National Academy to appreciate and thank all officers who risk their lives every single day to protect the communities they serve. The day of…