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Archive of posts published in the category: Police Matters
Nov
28

Police Officers Mentoring Youth is a WIN-WIN-WIN

“Let me tell you something…these programs work!! They break down barriers, and teach police officers and citizens to trust and depend on each other.”  Bob Kraemer President, Cops and Kids Foundation, Inc. Youth–Police Departments–Communities all benefit from a well organized, successfully run youth…

Nov
22

K-9 Officers Getting a Second Leash on Life

German Shepherds are loyal, noble, and smart. These qualities make them great police dogs. A K-9 starts training for police work when it’s still a puppy and usually, these furry cops work until they’re about 7 to 8 years old. However, the breed…

Nov
16

Learning from the Pros: Tips for Rookies

Just because you’ve read something in a book, taken some courses, or gone through basic training, any seasoned veteran police officer knows there is still a long, long way to go before a rookie becomes a streetwise cop. That’s where experience comes into…

Nov
7

New Bullet Proof Vest Technology – Better than Kevlar?

The Polish company Moratex, along with inventors at the Military Institute of Armament Technology in Warsaw, have come up with new applied science they say is better than Kevlar. The most unusual aspect scientists have discovered is the simple scientific procedure that it’s…

Oct
24

IACP: SELF-ASSESSMENT FOR POLICE DEPARTMENTS

THE IACP YOUTH FOCUSED POLICING AGENCY SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL The IACP Youth Focused Policing Agency Self-Assessment Tool is a way that police departments can take an honest, thorough look at their own policies, procedures, and behavior. This Police Department Self-Assessment has been created by…

Sep
13

Michael Jordan’s $1M Donation to Encourage Equal Accountability for Police and Communities

Michael Jordan, better known as “Air Jordan” to NBA fans because of his uncanny ability to defy gravity, has never been one to shy from the spotlight or from stress. In fact, the small shooting guard’s moves on the basketball court were at…

Sep
6

Tribute to First Responders…Was it Worth It?

The Fall is a time of Remembrance in our United States.  It’s been 15 years since that tragic day on 9/11 when 343 firefighters, 72 law enforcement officers, and 8 paramedics died, in addition to the thousands who perished in just hours.  On…

Aug
23

CYBER SECURITY FOR VEHICLES….A GROWING CONCERN

To be warned is to be forearmed. Technology experts today believe the automotive industry and telematic providers must deal head-on with the potential for all-out cyber security attacks on vehicles by exploring and testing-out electronic systems for vulnerabilities, recommending design modifications, alerting police…

Aug
19

From Olympian to Police Officer – One Texan Girl’s Dream

When Nikki Kubes was a little girl, she had two dreams – to make it to the Olympics someday, and to follow in her dad’s footsteps by becoming a police officer. And despite life putting some hurdles in Nikki’s way, she managed to…

Aug
15

Social Media: A Powerful Addition to Law Enforcement

IACP Training in Social Media September 16, 2016 (International Association of Chiefs of Police) IACP is offering a one-day training on SOCIAL MEDIA FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Learn how to strengthen police-community relations, increase transparency, and prevent and solve crimes using social media. For…