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Bobby Inman

CTS Less Lethal Course

April 20, 2017

In the last week, there has been two Police Stand-offs with a subject in the Colbert-Lauderale County area.  Luckily in both cases, Police were able to arrest the person without injuries.  One of the ways that this was accomplished was through the use of Chemical Munitions.  I have been a Chemical Sprays Instructor as well […]


Tuscumbia Standoff Ended No Injuries One Man In Custody

April 14, 2017

TUSCUMBIA-Tuscumbia Police went to the residence in the 1000 Block of Shirley Drive this morning in regards to a male assaulting his parents.   They also had a warrant for the same crime that was going to be served. The subject fired 2 rounds at Officers.  The area was sealed off.  The male barricaded himself […]


Armed police standoff in Tuscumbia – Situation fluid

April 14, 2017

TUSCUMBIA – Officers from Tuscumbia, Sheffield and the Colbert County Sheriff’s Office have converged on a Shirley Drive residence. This is the scene where a man has holed himself up after firing at least 2 rounds at offices who were there to serve an arrest warrant. According to sources, the man, as yet identified was […]


Visit Spring Park

April 12, 2017

Recently I wrote an article about getting a new camera and starting a hobby in photography.  This past Sunday, it was Sunny and a very nice day out so I decided to go to Spring Park located in Tuscumbia, Alabama to take some pictures.  I have not been there in sometime.  A lot of renovations […]


Canon T31 Rebel Camera Review

April 9, 2017

  I have always had an interest in photography.  It started when I was a “youngin’.”  I remember having a 110 Camera as my first camera.  Then I graduated to the Kodak DISC Camera.  Those were a fad.  My next camera was one that used a Floppy Disc for the film.  I thought I was […]


Jesse James

April 5, 2017

On April 3rd, 2017, the following article is written……… Jesse Woodson James was born on September 5, 1847, in Clay County, Missouri.  His parents were Robert S. James and Zerelda James.  He had a sister names Susan and a brother named Frank.  Jesse’s father died when Jesse was 3 years old.   After his death, Zerelda […]


Female Officer Survival Course

March 30, 2017

I was working at the University of North Alabama Police Department, assigned to the North Alabama Law Enforcement Training Center. NALETC was a program that conducted Advanced L.E. Enforcement Training to Officers throughout the United States. We had an Officer from Brussels attended a Course once at UNA. In 2003, I proposed the idea of […]


Six: A Review

March 23, 2017

The History Channel recently released a Television Show called “Six.”     The series chronicles the Operations and daily lives of Operators who are part of the U.S. Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU), more commonly known as SEAL Team Six, which is one of the U.S. Armed Forces primary counter-terrorism units. First, let’s get some information about the real Seal […]


Federal Signal Stinger Spike Instructor Course

March 15, 2017

  I believe the year was 2005.  I was working at the University of North Alabama Police Department, assigned to the North Alabama Law Enforcement Training Center.  NALETC was a program that conducted Advanced L.E. Enforcement Training to Officers throughout the United States.  We had an Officer from Brussels attended a Course once at UNA. […]


Police Work: Then and Now: Part 2

March 1, 2017

As most of you know, I retired with 21 years of Law Enforcement Service on November 1st of 2016.    Just before my retirement, Steve Wiggins of the Quad Cities Daily approached me with the idea of writing some articles with a Law Enforcement Theme.  He said that with my experience that I could write from […]


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