Air Beat Magazine - ALEA (Airborne Law
Enforcement Association) produces Air Beat
magazine, its official bi-monthly journal, as well as a
Conference Preview Issue and an Annual Buyer’s
Guide. The six bi-monthly issues are each based
around a particular theme with supporting feature
articles highlighting methods, equipment and
practical applications.
American COP Magazine - A national perspective
will bring training, tactics, equipment, ideas, product
tests and a wide variety of topical info to cops
everywhere.  Whether you’re a beat cop on
graveyard, or a training sergeant looking for a new
holster for your troops, American COP is the
resource you’ll turn to first.
Correctional News - Editorial features deal
primarily with the design, construction, maintenance
and operations of facilities.
Corrections Forum Magazine - Corrections Forum
is a trade publication that has been delivered to
qualified subscribers for over 17 years. Corrections
Forum reaches over 12,000 decision-making
managers at all types and levels of correctional
facilities; prisons, jails, detention facilities, brigs and
lockups. Only qualified correctional upper
management personnel at public and private
facilities are eligible to receive Corrections Forum.
Corrections Today - Corrections Today is the
professional membership publication of the
American Correctional Association (ACA). Its
international readership includes individuals involved
in every sector of the corrections and criminal
justice fields. The magazine is published six times a
Crime Magazine - Crime Magazine is about true
crime: organized crime, celebrity crime, serial
killers, corruption, sex crimes, capital punishment,
prisons, assassinations, justice issues, crime books,
crime films and crime studies.
Crime Times - The more we learn about the brain
dysfunction that underlies much delinquency and
criminality, the more successful we will be in truly
rehabilitating offenders, and preventing "at risk"
children and adults from turning to lives of crime.
The purpose of Crime Times is to foster this effort
by reporting state-of-the-art worldwide research on
the causes and treatment of aberrant behavior.
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - It all started in
1932, when the Bureau began publishing a monthly
magazine of wanted fugitives and their
corresponding write-ups. More than 80 years later,
the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin is still going
strong...and covers a much more extensive variety
of topics. One of the most widely read law
enforcement-related publications in the world, the
Bulletin’s mission is to inform, educate, and
broaden the criminal justice community’s
understanding of the current issues facing law
enforcement. It does this through academically
renowned, peer-reviewed articles submitted by a
wide range of authorities, including subject matter
experts, national security liaisons, officers and
agents in the field, and legal instruction advisers.
Guns and Weapons for Law Enforcement - The
magazine that takes you behind the scenes into the
unforgiving world of police work and combat
survival. You’ll see the latest products tested and
reviewed, then see how they’re used in action
against the bad guys.
Journal of Juvenile Justice - The Journal of
Juvenile Justice is a semi-annual, peer-reviewed
journal sponsored by the Office of Juvenile Justice
and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP).  Articles
address the full range of issues in juvenile justice,
such as juvenile victimization, delinquency
prevention, intervention, and treatment.
Hendon Media Group - Hendon Media Group
offers the following trade publications:  
-LAW and ORDER: The industry leading publication
for 56 years…advertisers reach more than 38,000
buyers in top and middle law enforcement
-Tactical Response: A direct reach to more than
28,000 tactical team leaders and operators.
-Police Fleet Manager: A unique, vertical magazine
targeting 17,000 fleet managers and fleet directors.
-The Police Marksman: The Police Marksman’s goal
is to make your job both safer and easier by
providing you with up-to-date topics by LE
professionals you can really use. The Police
Marksman is a bi-monthly publication available on-
line only.
Law Enforcement Legal Publications - Published
bimonthly, LELR has covered all aspects of criminal
law, civil liability and personnel law since 1970
(founded by the International Association of Chiefs
of Police).
Police and Security News - Topics of interest
include new technology and information; traing and
tactics; new equipment and weaponry; innovative
management ideas; police science and investigation;
advancements in computer hardware and software;
less-lethal technology; and much more.
Police Chief Magazine - The Police Chief Magazine
is published monthly by: International Association
of Chiefs of Police.  Articles are contributed by
practitioners in law enforcement or related fields.
Manuscripts must be original work, previously
unpublished and not simultaneously submitted to
another publisher. No word rate is paid or other
remuneration given. Contributors’ opinions and
statements are not purported to define official IACP
policy or imply IACP endorsement.
Police Magazine - Police Magazine is a law
enforcement magazine and website containing
articles, news, police product reviews and an active
online forum.
Sheriff Magazine - Sheriff magazine, published
bimonthly, is for and about the nation's law
enforcement and criminal justice professionals.
Authoritative articles focusing on best practices,
procedures, and research in law enforcement,
corrections, and court security are presented to
enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the
criminal justice system. Each issue highlights
successful law enforcement programs, NSA
activities, professional news, legislative updates,
and a calendar of industry events. The magazine
reaches sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, police chiefs and
police officers, and corrections officials on the
federal, state, and local levels.
The Blues Police Newspaper - Founded in 1984,
The BLUES is published monthly in Longview,
Texas, by G.L. Williams & Co. Content includes
up-to-date law enforcement news, training, new
weapons and products, court decisions and a
variety of police feature articles. The BLUES is
owned and operated by full time commissioned
Texas police officers.
The Chief of Police Magazine - A bimonthly
journal with emphasis on subjects that would
interest the decision makers within a police
department or agency. Focus on promotional
exams, profiles of commanders of elite units, legal
decisions which affect decision makers. Profiles of
County Sheriffs as well as heads of security firms.
Published by the National Association of Chiefs of
Police, Inc.
The Counter Terrorist Magazine - America's
premier informational journal for law enforcement,
intelligence and special operations professionals;
our mission is to provide operators relevant
information in order to combat terrorism at home
and abroad.
Western Criminology Review - The Western
Criminology Review (WCR) is a forum for the
publication and discussion of theory, research,
policy, and practice in the rapidly changing and
interdisciplinary fields of criminology and criminal
Women Police Magazine - Women Police
Magazine is the official publication of the
International Association of Women Police (IAWP).  
The magazine reaches IAWP members around the
globe and is a benefit of membership.  Published
four times a year, WomenPolice covers a wide range
of articles focused on women in policing.
9-1-1 Magazine - 9-1-1MAGAZINE.com is the on
line magazine for the emergency communications
and response industry, ie; dispatchers, 9-1-1
telecommunicators, managers and supervisors in
Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs), emergency
call centers, and radio dispatch facilities; serving law
enforcement, fire, emergency medical, search &
rescue, emergency management, and related

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American Police Beat Magazine - Both the
American Police Beat web site (www.apbweb.com)
and print publication are targeted to the nation's
law enforcement profession and seek to give a voice
to the nation's law enforcement professional. The
web site and print publication are dedicated to
providing a forum where officers can speak out
about the numerous issues that impact their
personal and professional lives.
Blue Line Magazine - Blue Line Magazine,
Canada's only independent law enforcement
magazine, has no leaning toward management nor
unions and no political preferences. This unbiased
approach is why Blue Line is read by the full
spectrum of the law enforcement community, from
executive management to front line personnel. Our
in house staff and guest writers work hard to keep
readers on the leading edge of information, whether
it be case law, training issues or technology trends.