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Law Enforcement Operations

Administration - Bicycle Response Teams - Campus Operations - Community Oriented Policing - Patrol Operations - Traffic Enforcement

Administration [ back to top ]

Bicycle Patrols:  An Under-Utilized Resource (PDF) by Chris Menton

Bike Patrol, Health & Safety:  Equipment Implications by Mitch Trujillo and Donald Reed

Designing Two-Wheeled Fleets by TJ Richardson (PDF)

Chandler Police Department Bike Team Testing Process by Scott Picquet

Firearms Training for Police Cyclists by Lou Ann Hamblin

No-nose Saddles for Preventing Genital Numbness and Sexual Dysfunction from Occupational Bicycling (PDF) by NIOSH

Partnership Required?  Solos vs Pairs by Kirby Beck

Starting a Bike Patrol by Tom Woods

Up and Rolling: Starting or Improving a Police Bike Unit by Kirby Beck (PDF)

Use of Force:  The Impact of Your Bike by Michael A. Wear

Why Bike Training for Police? by Kirby Beck

Bicycle Response Teams [ back to top ]

Bicycle Response Team Triumphs at 2008 RNC by Tony Holte

Bicycle Response Teams Key to Success by Maureen Becker

Doing it Right in Denver:  The DNC and the Colorado State Patrol by Valerie Silva

Final Four 2011:  VCU Police Use Bicycle Teams to Quell Riots by Kyle Frail

Good Guys and Bad Guys on the Streets of Philly by Bob Lonsberry

LAPD's Bicycle Rapid Response Team by Don Hudson

Police Bicycle Use in Crowd Control Situations by Michael Goetz

Police Bikes Controlling Demonstrations:  Keeping Things in Balance (PDF) by Chris Offer and Bert Rainey

Two-Wheel Rapid Response (PDF) by Kirby Beck

We Trained and Worked Hard to Protect and Serve by Paul Iovino

Campus Operations [ back to top ]

How Bike Patrols Can Improve Campus Safety by Kirby Beck (PDF)

Sustaining a Bike Unit by Kurt Feavel

Community Oriented Policing [ back to top ]

Pedaling into Community Policing by Christopher Davala

Patrol Operations [ back to top ]

Beyond Community Policing:  The Crime-Fighting Effectiveness of the Police Cyclist by Kathleen Vonk

Races and Rides:  Bike Escorts Make a Difference by John Brandt

Reserve Officers on Bikes by Gene Williams

Trail Patrol: A Proactive Approach to Public Safety by Danny McCullough

Traffic Enforcement [ back to top ]

Traffic Stops:  An Essential Bike Patrol Function by Neil Gallivan

Traffic Stops by Bike in El Cerrito by Shawn Maples

About IPMBA

The International Police Mountain Bike Association (IPMBA) is a non-profit educational organization providing resources, networking opportunities, and the best, most complete training for public safety bicyclists.

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