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Featured Blog Posts – January 2010 Archive (6)

Back to Basics: Batons & Belts

Robert Hindi didn’t need an introduction. He didn’t need a lectern or a projector or anything at all, really, just a table for some props and some space to walk around in.



“I’m doing the talking right now,” Hindi reminded us, in what came closest to an introduction, “but I want to hear from you guys. You guys have the experience and the time on the streets. It’s your butts out there on the line! If you hear something you disagree with, challenge me! Take me to the carpet if you hear… Continue

Added by Crawford Coates on January 19, 2010 at 10:44pm — No Comments

Reaching Out To Haiti By Karen L. Bune

The United States is a generous, caring, and selfless nation that always responds to people and countries in need. The latest event with tremendous impact that cries out to the hearts and souls of humanity is the horrific earthquake that has impacted Haiti with innumerable deaths and many bodies yet undiscovered amidst the rubble not to mention those who survived but sustained critical injuries.



One example of many victims of this terrible event is Netlyn Bernard—a Haitian woman who… Continue

Added by Karen L. Bune on January 18, 2010 at 1:04am — No Comments

See You at SHOT Show

Like many of you, I'm gearing up to attend the 2010 SHOT Show in Las Vegas. Our team here at Law Officer has been hard at work preparing an incredible lineup of educational law enforcement seminars, which will get underway Monday night and continue on Tuesday.



During these seminars, renowned firearms expert Dave Spaulding will go over essential handgun techniques and developing the combative mind; Craig Dickerson will cover the new approach to active shooter response; Gordon… Continue

Added by Nicole Reino on January 17, 2010 at 12:28am — No Comments

Police & Blood Samples

Here's an interesting post by my colleague Lisa Bell, EMT-B, about drawing blood from DUI suspects.

Added by Crawford Coates on January 11, 2010 at 6:11pm — No Comments

FOR D.C. MPD DETECTIVE BAYLOR, POLITICS SHOULD NOT RULE By Karen L. Bune

The talk of the town in the D.C. region and now, thanks to media and social outlets, the talk of the nation, is the recent snowball episode in Washington, D. C. in which a large group of individuals congregated on public streets for a snowball throwing event in the aftermath of a large snowstorm in the nation’s capitol. When they pelted a vehicle with snowballs, they didn’t know they smacked the personal vehicle of a police officer—Detective Michael Baylor of the Washington, D. C. Metropolitan… Continue

Added by Karen L. Bune on January 10, 2010 at 5:00pm — 2 Comments

Prince George's County Crime Reduction Produces Button-Popping Pride by Karen L. Bune

Prince George’s County Maryland Police Chief Roberto Hylton, his command staff, and every officer in the department would be wise to ensure they have a seamstress on hand because they should all be proudly popping off their uniform buttons due to the success they have demonstrated in reducing crime significantly in their community. Overall crime for the year 2009 is down 12% in Prince George’s County.



The Prince George’s County Police Department is the 32nd largest police department… Continue

Added by Karen L. Bune on January 10, 2010 at 4:30am — No Comments

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