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2 Alaska Troopers fatally shot; Video: Rappers, LAPD in standoff

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IN THIS ISSUE
 Why we should reconsider "Reloading!" in a gunfight
 Newhall Shooting: Accuracy with the Handgun
 May 2, 2014
Featured News

Police investigate fatal OIS at scene of Ky. party

2 Alaska State Troopers fatally shot

Video: Rappers T.I., Game get in standoff with LAPD

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Reality Training: Staying in command in a deadly environment

Dave Smith shows an intense body camera video of an officer entering a home after a hit and run and approaching a deadly subject. Watch the video
Tactical Analysis

Why we should reconsider "Reloading!" in a gunfight

By Mike Wood, PoliceOne Columnist
Conditioning our students to reflexively announce that their gun has run dry in the middle of a gunfight might be a dangerous habit to be avoided, at least in certain situations. A good idea?
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Newhall Shooting: A Tactical Analysis

Section Three: Accuracy with the Handgun

By Mike Wood, PoliceOne Contributor
In the wake of Newhall, as the department, the public and the law enforcement community as a whole was grappling with the shock of losing four officers to violence, a series of newspaper reporters flocked to the CHP Academy looking for answers.
Human intuition
Dale Graff of PSI Seminars and Initiatives discusses an individual's ability and advantage of using their own intuition.
Ind. cop belts out 'West Side Story'
An Indianapolis officer decided to lighten things up with this rendition of 'Something's Coming' from the classic musical.
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Infographic: How mobile video is revolutionizing police work

Check out what over 300 LE professionals had to say about their experiences with in-car video evidence systems. You might be surprised at some of the results.
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Tactical Tip
Thai boxing drill for law enforcement
Diana Rathborne shows us a Muay Thai drill that is a way to accomplish a lot of repetitions in order to increase stamina and striking accuracy. Watch the video
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
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This week's photo of the week comes from Court Officer Mark Hirschman of the NY State Courts. Pictured is Hirschman and lucky winner of two citations! Hirschman writes, "I thought she was asking for two tickets, so I obliged."
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