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The Please Don’t Fire Me Report is Released

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The Scottsdale Chief released his "Please Don't Fire Me" report, which is officially called the 2020 Civil Unrest Debriefing. Just for the record, if...

Active Shooters, Tactics and Police Training

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Watching the news media's coverage of the Florida school shooting, in particular their coverage of the School Resource Officer's actions (or inaction), angers me....

Paradise Valley PD, Cyclists & First World Problems

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I recently came across the following article: Cyclists draw ire: Town resident says issue remains despite police enforcement.  Being both a cyclist that rides in...

Rayshard Brooks & the Taser

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I spent from 2006 to 2018 doing digital forensics for law enforcement, including hundreds of video extractions, enhancements and interpretations. Looking at the charging...

SWAT, BearCats and Making the Public Safe

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I recently saw the article, Militarization of Local Police Isn’t Making Anyone Safer, pop up on Digg and it pissed me off.  For about two years Digg...

It Shouldn’t Be a Crime to Not Help Police

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Yep, you heard me right.  It is ridiculous to make it a crime to not offer your assistance to a police officer when requested. ...

Holy Cow, I Must Have Been An A-Hole Cop and Didn’t Know It.

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This is the kind of media coverage that makes me crazy and it's contributing to the what we are seeing now.  Here is the...

In an emergency: Scottsdale PD average response time hovers at 5 minutes – Scottsdale...

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In an emergency: Scottsdale PD average response time hovers at 5 minutes  Scottsdale Independent

During an emergency, the Scottsdale Police Department had an average response time of just over five minutes last year, a recent records request shows.

Bias in Policing? – Let’s Look at the Numbers

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So every 2-5 years, when there is another wave of civil unrest and the media narrative is that police are hunting blacks and killing...

The Rhetoric and Data Don’t Jive

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I talked about the Scottsdale PD Chief's decision not to allow his employees to take EPSLA, the federally approved 80 hours of extra leave...