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Change. Can You Handle Change?

by Kenneth E. Grabowski I sure hope the Democrats in control of our country know what they are doing, because they are taking us in a direction that this country has never experienced. This direction ...

A Hockey Game to Remember

by Dan Kuhn It all started one day while I was talking on the phone to a resident of Arenac County named Kathy Wilk. I met Kathy during the “Sheriff Bouldin Must Go” campaign that the Police Offic...

2009 Convention Holds Promise for New Year

by Jim Tignanelli As I write this, three gallant young police officers from Pittsburgh, PA, are being mourned by their friends and family. All three gunned down by some senseless coward who chooses to...

Tasers Getting a Bad Rap

By Barry Sherman As we enter the 21st century era of policing, department after department is being equipped with probably the most important tool ever developed to reduce injury to officers and to th...

The Right to Carry Handguns

Forty states, comprising the majority of the American population, are “right-to-carry” states. Statistics show that in these states the crime rate fell (or did not rise) after the right-to...



On the Front Lines at Home

By Frank Borelli ©2009 Borelli Consulting, Inc. Not that long ago I had privilege of enjoying a conversation with a relatively new Chief of Police about the equipment needs of the Chief’s new agenc...


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