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Meth Enforcement

By Kathy Marks

Meth labs are increasing in number though you wouldn’t know it because they don’t make the news like they used to. To stay safe, you must know what to look for, how to approach and then how to proceed once you’re inside.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jun 2011)
 

TANDBERG video solution reduces costs

By Grant Hawkins

TANDBERG’s video solution can reduce your agency overhead and free up departmental resources through streamlining everyday processes.

(This article was originally published in Public Safety IT Mar/Apr 2010)
 

Supreme Court Decides New Consent Case

By Randy Means, Zachary Miller

Fernandez v. California updates Georgia v. Randolph.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order May 2014)
 

Warrant Service Tactics Course

By Ron Yanor

With current budget restraints, certain operations that were traditionally handled by a SWAT team, such as a low-level drug warrant or apprehending a fugitive, may now have to done without SWAT or with only a few members of the tactical team. This sort of training bridges that gap.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jun 2014)
 

SWAT Risk Management and Liability Reduction

By Morefield, Bradley, Randy Means

Deliberate indifference to obvious training needs can cause the department to be held liable. Deliberate indifference involves more than simple negligence. It requires that the entity’s “policymakers” knew or should have known of an obvious training need—amounting to a deliberate or conscious choice to endanger constitutional rights.

(This article was originally published in Tactical Response Jul/Aug 2014)
 

Warrant Service Tactics Course

By Ron Yanor

With current budget restraints, certain operations that were traditionally handled by a SWAT team, such as a low-level drug warrant or apprehending a fugitive, may now have to done without SWAT or with only a few members of the tactical team. This sort of training bridges that gap.

(This article was originally published in Tactical Response Sep/Oct 2014)
 
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