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NOV 2018

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2 POLICE NOVEMBER 2018 Join the Conversation Socializing with fellow officers has never been easier. Connect with PoliceMag.com on o ur various social platforms: CONTENTS COVER STORY 36 TRAINING THE BOMB HUNTERS K2 Solutions is taking canine explosive detection to the next level by teaching dogs to track moving bombs carried by persons in crowds. DAVID GRIFFITH FEATURES 14 TWO TOOLS FOR FIELD COMMUNICATIONS When you're talking to people on the job, these techniques can help you "sell" what you're doing, to citizens, witnesses, and suspects alike. STEVE ALBRECHT On PoliceMag.com PHOTO GALLERIES VIDEO BLOGS NEWS Read our "OnTarget" e-newsletter published five times a week for breaking news about new gear, line-of-duty encounters, patrol tactics, legal news, and other updates from the field, including Gresham (OR) PD officers finding a loaded semi-automatic pistol and spare magazine in a man's "to-go" food order box at a domestic. policemag.com/orhiddentogogun Training K-9 Bomb Hunters policemag.com/k9bombhuntertrggallery Patrol: Officers share insights about life on the job. policemag.com/patrolblog New Jersey Officer, Good Samaritan Save 2 Women from Burning Car policemag.com/ njofficersamaritancarfirerescue NOVEMBER 2018 ALSO IN THIS ISSUE COLUMNS 4 EDITORIAL Apple's Double Standard DAVID GRIFFITH 50 THE FEDERAL VOICE Paying the Price JON ADLER 56 IN MY SIGHTS Letting Go DAVE SMITH DEPARTMENTS 8 FIRST LOOK First Tactical: The Refined Tac Pant DOUG WYLLIE 10 HOW TO… How To Drive in Dangerous Weather DAVID GRIFFITH 42 THE WINNING EDGE Responding to the Active Shooter CHRISTOPHOR PERIATT EVERY MONTH 6 Products 48 News 51 Product Showcase Guide 53 Feedback 54 Classifieds Cover Photo: Franklin Rau 30 Police (ISSN 0893-8989)(USPS 683-250) is published monthly, by Bobit Business Media, 3520 Challenger Street, Torrance, California 90503-1640. Periodicals postage paid at Torrance, California 90503-9998 and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Police, P.O. Box 3312, Northbrook, IL 60065-3312. Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for address changes to take effect. Subscribers: If the Post Office alerts us that your magazine is undeliverable, we have no further obligation unless we receive a corrected address within 6 months.Yearly Subscription Prices: United States $25 per year; Canadian $40 per year; foreign $60 per year. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks to receive your first issue. Single copy price - $5; Fact Book - $10. Printed in U.S.A. 18 WINTER WEAR 2018 Stay warm and comfortable in this apparel made for colder weather. MELANIE BASICH 22 REMOTE CONTROL RECON Robots can act as officers' eyes and ears in dangerous situations, gaining valuable intel while keeping officers safe. MELANIE BASICH 26 GUARDIANS IN THE SKY From finding lost children to alerting a SWAT team about a suspect's ambush plans, police drones are saving lives. DAVID GRIFFITH 30 CAN YOU LEGALLY COUNTER A DRONE? Even small hobby drones can be used for the delivery of explosives or chemicals, and the law has not caught up to the threat. So what can you do to protect the public and yourself from these aircraft? MICHAEL HAMANN 10

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