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Visual perception delay and its effect on shooting

In April 2015, there was a horrible story about an officer shooting a man eight times in the back while fleeing on foot. What I've seen and read about the case is not good — simply by the number of shots the officer fired. But do you know why it's common for...

source: By Mike Ox
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More public vetting is needed before Washington's Benton County commissioners decide to remove the jail from the sheriff's office. The topic was not on the published agenda for a recent commission meeting, but it was brought up and discussed anyway. Now, two of the three...

source: Tri-City Herald

If you hear the word "body camera" in the news it typically is linked to high-stress situations: police shootings, assaults, or other headline grabbing news. In Michigan's Washtenaw County, where new cameras were quietly rolled out...

source: WXYZ-TV

Santa Clara County jail oversight was on deck at a recent supervisor's meeting, and an interesting tidbit came up: There's nothing on the books requiring the sheriff to actually be in charge of the jails. That's because when voters last addressed the issue back in 2012,...

source: The Mercury News

Law enforcement's drone usage and needs varies from that of the military. The common image of an armed military drone being deployed for "wetwork" isn't one we in law enforcement need, have or use. Yet our communities ask, "What kind of drone(s) does the police/sheriff department...

source: Officer.com

From the pivotal moments of Columbine (April 20, 1999), every police chief and sheriff who leads a smaller and/or rural department has worried countless hours: "What if it happens here?" The 21st century has brought vast changes to American law enforcement's response to...

source: Officer.com

The issue of ambush directed at police officers must always be a consideration in our training and field response. By numbers of police contacts, ambush attacks are few and far between but so are gunfights. No one would suggest we should stop firearms training because of...

source: Law Officer


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