In the News

March, 2011

March 22, 2011

MPs in Germany Trained on Use of Pepper Spray

GRAFENWÖHR, Germany – Military police in Germany have a new weapon for persuading aggressive offenders to come quietly: pepper spray.U.S. Army Europe’s Law Enforcement Branch chief, Lt. Col. Shawn

March 9, 2011

'It's the Option Between Doing Nothing and Deadly Force'

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua and Barbuda – More than 90 infantrymen, military police and civilian law enforcement personnel from the U.S. and several Caribbean nations gathered at the Antigua and Barbuda Royal

March 9, 2011

Keeping a Watchful Eye: 3rd ACR Maintains Maximum-Security Facility

BAGHDAD, Iraq – The Theater Internment Facility on Camp Cropper is home to some of the most dangerous prisoners in Iraq’s recent history. U.S. Forces are currently responsible for security of the

March 7, 2011

Riot Games: Richcreek vs. Sylvain

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua and Barbuda – When the rioters first hit the defender’s lines, there is a brief moment of disorder and confusion as dozens of screaming protestors throw bottles, kicks, punches and

March 3, 2011

Police Use of Force: The Impact of Less-Lethal Weapons and Tactics

A new study suggests that less-lethal weapons decrease rates of officer and offender injuries.In the mid-19th century, police officers in New York and Boston relied on less-lethal weapons, mostly

March 1, 2011

Taking on Non-Lethal Ammo Training

BAGHDAD, Iraq – By, with, and through were the guiding words for the Soldiers of Troop A, 6th Squadron, 9th Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Advise and Assist Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, as they prepared for