November 12, 2018


Unarmed But Dangerous

Unarmed but Still Dangerous: The Facts Behind Some OIS Headlines

When police shoot an “unarmed” individual, the implication or outright accusation by media and activists is often that the deadly force was unjustified because the subject, without a weapon, was “defenseless” and thus could not have posed a threat. Now a newly published study by two criminal justice researchers paints a far different picture. Their...
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Do You Know someone worthy of the LEO Hall of Fame?

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019 Law Enforcement Officers Hall of Fame Award, open to any active, retired, or deceased peace officer in the US or Canada. “We’re looking for potential honorees whose actions and accomplishments show that they’ve gone beyond the call of duty to make a difference through their career,” says...
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