Tag Archives: internal affairs

Public Policing Versus Private Security

Public Policing Versus Private Security Comparison Paper By: Chris Grollnek March 2011 Abstract The roles and responsibilities of public policing have been evolving for hundreds of years. Public policing practices originated from private citizens volunteering in their communities as watchmen … Continue reading

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Uniformed Police Shoot Plain Clothes Officer from Same Department

Uniformed Police Shoot Plain Clothes Officer from Same Department Here is an example of even the most seasoned who perform these tasks for a living can make mistakes during a high energy situation or what professionals call; “critical incident.” There … Continue reading

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Balancing Administration of Justice and Security

Balancing Administration of Justice and Security The balance of the criminal justice system is in a continual loop evolving from past mistakes while addressing current security conditions, a point paper by Chris Grollnek. Abstract Balancing administration of justice and security … Continue reading

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Probable Cause

The definition of probable cause is found within the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America. According to Cornell School of Law (2011) publication, the Amendment reads as follows: “The right of the people to be … Continue reading

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Ethics and Torture – an Abstract

The mere mention of the word “torture” elicits a vast array of possible responses. People of diverse backgrounds may view torture as a needed tool to justify an end where others may fear the concept altogether. People from different socioeconomic … Continue reading

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Sample of Consulting Contract Report Intro Summary to Customer (released with their permission and redacted at their request)

The following summary came from a physical and internet security assessment completed by CGPGMG, LLC and Countermeasure Consulting Group, LLC a few weeks ago at no cost to the business because of serious mitigating factors. One, the company has major … Continue reading

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Are You The Next Prisoner?

Whiskey & Gunpowder by Jeffrey Tucker April 25, 2012 Auburn, Alabama, U.S.A. Are You The Next Prisoner? The United States is home to a gigantic socialist sector, larger and with a greater reach than any in the world, and it … Continue reading

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Circling Back to the Beginning

I initially started this blog for the purpose of discussing all things police: the impossible positions officers are put in daily, the compromising positions they often put themselves in, and the giant black cloud that a few give to many. … Continue reading

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This Came from the Innocence Project’s Media Release Today

Colorado Man to be Exonerated by DNA Evidence After Nearly 18 Years in Prison for a Murder and Rape He Didn’t Commit First Exoneration to Have Stemmed From Attorney General’s DNA Review Project, Which Helped Clear Wrongfully Convicted Man and … Continue reading

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