Tag Archives: Police Ethics

Keeping Our Democracy Free from Hypocrisy

Keeping Our Democracy Free from Hypocrisy Consider this statement: It is necessary for the rights of offenders to be considered and protected to a significant degree if the principles of a free, constitutional democracy are to be upheld. Keeping Our … Continue reading

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PSA on Active Shooter Prevention

PSA on Active Shooter Prevention In 2009 Active Shooter Events began to be the centerpiece for media broadcast regarding mass murder in the workplace and schools. A brief reprieve was enjoyed in the nightly news until Fort Hood regained the … Continue reading

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The Blood, The Mud, The Sweat and The Tears

The Blood, The Mud, The Sweat and The Tears By S.J. Marks, LAPD Badge #26144 (circa 1971) Served with Sergeant Bert Gilham, Hollywood Division Major Crimes Unit and Vice Squad in the late 70s on the Los Angeles Police Department … Continue reading

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Chris Grollnek in Baltimore Sun on Navy Yard Shooting

Chris Grollnek in Baltimore Sun on Navy Yard Shooting In the wake of the Washington Naval Yard shooting, Countermeasure Consulting Group is continuing to emphasize the fact that active shooter events remain a viable and evolving threat to our nation. … Continue reading

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City of Buffalo lags on compliance with workplace violence rules

The following article was shared from Twitter and reposted here. The original can be found at: http://www.buffalonews.com/city/city-hall/article933900.ece and was last updated at: July 4, 2012, 8:05 AM with no comments on the article. It has unique aspects for employer responsibilities … 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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A few thoughts on “community policing”

Community policing models focus on police working with citizens of communities in the interest of solving common problems. Working with the leadership and members within specific communities helps to forge the process of public trust and mutual respect between both … Continue reading

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Consulting Legal Teams in Police Related Strategies

Legal Team Consulting in Police Related Strategies The unique service, consulting defense attorneys, is a hard find because more often than not, officers do not want to delve back into the situations from which they just departed. The services offered … 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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