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Audio: 911 calls from Newtown show calm response

One caller told police in a trembling, breathless voice that a gunman was shooting inside the building - Full Story

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Newtown to release 911 calls from school shooting

The AP will review the tapes' content and determine what might meet its standards before releasing material - Full Story

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Report Writing: Reviewing

Report Writing consists of many areas that are important and combine to ensure a successful prosecution. This includes taking the time to review your report prior to submission, and having others review it before it is put into the record.

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Boyfriend accused of killing Ark. police dispatcher

Kevin Duck is accused of killing Dawna Natzke after leaving a holiday party in 2011 - Full Story

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Developing sources

Betsy Brantner Smith discusses the importance of maintaining a pool of informants or sources in the neighborhoods you patrol. These sources can be created by building rapport with those you encounter on the streets, or even those that you're questioning on a minor crime.

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Audio: 911 call from deadly Texas rampage released

Terrell police release 911 recordings from shooting rampage that left five people dead.

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Audio: 911 call from deadly Texas rampage released

Terrell police release 911 recordings from shooting rampage that left five people dead - Full Story

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Cyber-security and the PSAP Michelle Perin - Communications and Communicators

Cyber-security and the PSAP

DHS and FBI outline the increase in attacks on PSAPs and express concerns about keeping public safety communications secure - Full Story

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Judge: Newtown 911 tapes to remain secret

Judge Eliot Prescott said he will listen to the recordings, then issue a decision at a hearing scheduled for Nov. 25.

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Judge: Newtown 911 tapes to remain secret

Judge Eliot Prescott said he will listen to the recordings, then issue a decision at a hearing scheduled for Nov. 25 - Full Story



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