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Counting the Cost: Casualties at War and at Home (Infographic)

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As the 12-year-old war in Afghanistan draws down, here are some of the challenges facing law enforcement at home. Read More »

Interview: David Swinson, Author of A Detailed Man

David Swinson, a much decorated detective in the Washington Police Force, talks about his first novel. Read More »

FBI Warns that Americans Are Now a Threat to America

The FBI's concern over "Sovereign Citizens" seems designed more to intimidate the public than to address a real threat. Read More »

Book Review: The Drug DUI Handbook by David N. Jolly

A valuable book for DUI law enforcement officers and any individual in the DUI field, including prosecutors and DUI defense attorneys. Read More »

Author Interview and Book Review: The Two-Edged Sword by Donald W. Tucker

Ex-Secret Service Agent's life story reads like a best-selling 007 whodunit, more fiction than fact — yet all of it really happened. Read More »

Property Crime Prevention in a Sinking Economy

Property crime prevention is a partnership between law enforcement and consumers, especially in a sinking economy. Read More »

Just Say No

It's time to end the War on Drugs. Read More »

Filmmaker Alex Kendrick Talks About His Next Film, Courageous

Filmmaker Alex Kendrick shares updates on the filming of Courageous, an inspiring fatherhood drama centering on four police officers. Read More »

Book Review: Jim Cirillo’s Tales of the Stakeout Squad by Paul Kirchner

A review of the biography and adventures of one of the greatest law enforcement gun fighters ever. Read More »

Boy Scouts Train for Law Enforcement: Appropriate for Children?

Girl Scouts was never this exciting. Read More »