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5 Reasons Why People Are Inspired To Become Police Officers

5 Reasons Why People Are Inspired To Become Police Officers

Posted: Thursday - 6.17.2021 @ 12:02pm

As soon as they finish training and put on the uniform, police officers’ main responsibilities include serving their community, protecting the most vulnerable people and, above all else, saving lives.

Edmond Locard, The Sherlock Holmes of France

Edmond Locard, The Sherlock Holmes of France

Posted: Wednesday - 6.16.2021 @ 4:49pm

Scientific criminology goes back a lot further than the early 21st century and, were it not for Edmond Locard, a real-life Sherlock Holmes in 1900s France, we might not have a fraction of the resources we do today.

7 of the Weirdest Laws Still on the Books Across the USA

7 of the Weirdest Laws Still on the Books Across the USA

Posted: Monday - 5.31.2021 @ 10:26pm

We have all heard the urban legends from across America about bizarre laws that may not be enforced, but have never been repealed. While many are little more than myths and rumors, there are a handful that are genuine laws still in effect today.

The Latest Innovations in Police Training

The Latest Innovations in Police Training

Posted: Wednesday - 5.19.2021 @ 10:20am

Police officers in the USA are among the best trained in the world. But the world is changing rapidly, and while there are many growing challenges in policing, there are also new tools that police forces across the nation are putting to good use. Here are the top innovations that promise a better future for police agencies, and consequently their ability to serve and protect communities across the country.

Good Dog or Bad Bot? The Debates Surrounding Boston Dynamics’ Robots

Good Dog or Bad Bot? The Debates Surrounding Boston Dynamics’ Robots

Posted: Wednesday - 5.19.2021 @ 10:10am

Since the first public reveal of BigDog in 2004, there has been relentless controversy regarding the ethical and moral implications of the use of these robots in a professional capacity. Here, we will explore three of the most common questions surrounding the robots.

National Police Week: Remembering the Fallen- Past and Present

National Police Week: Remembering the Fallen- Past and Present

Posted: Wednesday - 5.12.2021 @ 6:35pm

Over 20,000 officers have lost their lives since the first recorded line-of-duty death in 1791. The stress of the job can cause many officers to develop long-lasting mental health issues that affect both their professional and personal lives. This National Police Week, we remember our fallen officers and think of those who still step out onto the streets every morning.