Editor-in-Chief of Officer.com Frank Borelli talks to Cam Edwards about the relationship between law enforcement and law-abiding, gun-owning citizens. Borelli says that while police take minutes to respond to an emergency call, a gunfight lasts seconds, meaning that individuals bear the ultimate responsibility for their own safety. He discusses the use of public funding in gun control programs by Chicago Mayor Richard Daley and questions why this money could not be directed toward the city's struggling public safety programs instead. Borelli also announces an upcoming poll on Officer.com to determine whether police officers think that banning "assault weapons" does anything for the safety of law enforcement. Originally aired 7/21/2010.