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Fugitives prove to be deadly - 03/10/2011
Fugitives prove to be deadly

A fugitive opened fire and killed Officer Jay Sheridan, who was a six-and-a-half-year veteran of the Limon Police Department.

 
Rodney King, 20 years later - 03/10/2011
Rodney King, 20 years later

This article, by PoliceOne Columnist Greg Meyer, first appeared in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on August 19, 1993, and it was widely republished in other forums.

 
P1 Humor Corner: One-liners and videos - 03/10/2011
P1 Humor Corner: One-liners and videos

f you’ve heard a good one lately or have a funny story from your shift that won’t get you called into the Chief's office, we want to hear from you! Send us an email and you could receive a PoliceOne ...

 
P1 Humor Corner: The 'miracle arrest' - 03/10/2011
P1 Humor Corner: The 'miracle arrest'

Every beat cop has at least one arrest in their repertoire that stands out more than any other, either from complicated investigative work, or one you just stumble upon. The following arrest ...

 
Protecting yourself and your family from predatory criminals - 03/07/2011
Protecting yourself and your family from predatory criminals

Today, thanks to cell phones, GPS technology, and the Internet, we’re all way too easy to find. Here are just a few things to think about when it comes to protecting yourself, your home, and ...

 
9/11 Patch Project honors public safety and military - 03/04/2011
9/11 Patch Project honors public safety and military

New 10-year anniversary patches are designed to be worn as a sign of unity on the uniforms of firefighters, EMTs, police officers, and armed forces personnel.

 
Triumph and tragedy: One great cop's life - 03/04/2011
Triumph and tragedy: One great cop's life

Fred Thornton — a 50-year-old patrol officer and 29-year veteran of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg (N.C.) Police Department — was the heart and soul of his SWAT team.

 
Terrorists' possible plans for future attacks - 03/03/2011
Terrorists' possible plans for future attacks

This is America. When faced with a threat, we don’t take away rights — we give you more rights! But with rights come responsibilities.

 
P1 First Person: When cops lie - 03/03/2011
P1 First Person: When cops lie

With the exception of legal cases, relatively little has been written about lying and law enforcement — virtually no quantifiable data has been produced from research on the topic.

 
Winning tactics for speaking with subjects - 03/02/2011
Winning tactics for speaking with subjects

Since the Rodney King beating on March 3, 1991 society has been slow to give officers the benefit of the doubt they once enjoyed — making tactical communication more important than ever.

 
Mourning our slain LEOs - 03/01/2011
Mourning our slain LEOs

Each officer’s funeral is one more than any of us ever want to have to attend.

 
Gunfight training: Hype, myth, and BS (part four) - 03/01/2011
Gunfight training: Hype, myth, and BS (part four)

We’ve covered a lot of ground in the past two months, looking at all sorts of hype, myth, and pure, plain, BS. But we’ve still got a lot of mountain left to climb, so let’s get climbing!

 
Instruction with in-car video: Putting it into practice - 03/01/2011
Instruction with in-car video: Putting it into practice

Last week we looked at some of the possible pitfalls of using video for law enforcement instruction, as well as some of the benefits. So what does this type of training look like and how can ...

 
Paying tribute to America's fallen warriors - 02/25/2011
Paying tribute to America's fallen warriors

Among the nearly 3,000 Americans to be murdered on 9/11, were 23 New York Police Department officers and 37 Port Authority officers.

 
Hurting ourselves and our training - 02/25/2011
Hurting ourselves and our training

Focusing on Risk/Benefit Analysis and the ways in which we train can help police trainers more safely replicate circumstances officers are likely to face on the street.

 

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