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Cover Story

The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi Exclusive Interview with Mark “Oz” Geist + Kris “Tanto” Paronto + John “Tig” Tiegen By Daniel Del Valle & George Beck In the evening hours of September 11, 2012, on the volatile ground of Benghazi, Libya, Islamic militants ...
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Silent Killers: Don’t let them destroy you. By Melinda Inzani Police officers can develop a broad range of stress-related disorders during their career or after. This may be related to the thoughts connected to officers always feeling on duty. The increased need ...
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Inside View

I Got Your Six! By Capt. Lori Mambelli (Ret.) As we welcome in 2016, let’s focus on watching out for each other and helping each other succeed in our ambitions. In our line of work, we have enough naysayers and police bashers ...
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Exclusive Interview with Julia Torres By George Beck Julia Torres is a retired law enforcement officer who worked mainly undercover for city, county, state, and federal agencies; a Gulf War Veteran; and an accomplished author. Since her 2001 retirement due to a ...
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Family First

Educating our kids to say No! to Drugs and Alcohol By Sgt. Anthony Espino Many studies agree that the adolescent years are the most likely time for someone to start taking drugs or consuming alcohol. Research also indicates that adolescents who begin ...
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Legal News

Are Cops Safer on the Streets Than They are in the Criminal Justice System? By Robert (Bob) Bianchi, Esq. Well my friends, if you have been following my articles, or news appearances on TV, or our social media, you will see that ...
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