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IN THIS ISSUE
 Why I didn't shoot: When cops' guns fall silent
 The art of deciphering messages
 August 17, 2012
Featured News

2 La. sheriff's deputies killed in ambush attack

Video: NM officer charged for using TASER

Security guard credited for thwarting DC shooting

Today's Top Stories:
NM officer dies of heart attack suffered at accident scene: Officer Robert Potter was rendering aid on the scene of a wreck
Video: Seattle cop tackles transient accused of assault: Attorney claims officer misconduct, despite investigation into arrest being completed years ago
Okla. officer sues department over mosque assignment: Christian police captain said faith prevented him from attending required Islamic event
Colo. shooting prompts gun bills in big states
Video captures Mich. man's shooting by police
Owner: NYPD raided wrong bar, dumped booze
Man charged in attack on off-duty cop who shot, killed angry dad
NYPD officer alleges supervisor flashed, texted explicit photos
DUI suspect with .627 BAC arrested in Iowa
Restraint in the Use of Deadly Force

Why I didn't shoot: When cops' guns fall silent

By Duane Wolfe, PoliceOne Columnist
This was the closest I have ever come to shooting someone. The safety was off, my finger was going towards the trigger to shoot. I didn't have to give him the additional warning, but I did. I chose not to use deadly force. And I am not alone



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Cracking Gang Codes

The art of deciphering messages

By Gary Klivans, PoliceOne Contributor
Can you keep a secret? Gangs' use of codes is one of the most fascinating and least understood aspects of gang investigation. If anything speaks to the fact that these are well-established groups, it is the way that they communicate. How to translate
Firefighter proposes to cop girlfriend after 'rescue'
Firefighter uses aerial ladder to 'save' girlfriend from a work meeting before popping the big question.
Dash cam video shows Ohio train slam into car
Officers were able to clear everyone from the tracks, but the car was not so fortunate.
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P1 First Person

Game of skill: Courtoom survival

By Patrick Welsh, PoliceOne Member
Testifying in court is not a game of luck or chance. It's a game of skill. Testifying in court and winning cases depends on the written, verbal and non-verbal skills of the witness. Competing stories
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Video Tip
Defending against a subject's clinch
Here are several movements you can use to counter a subject's clinch attempts, particularly when you're in a jail or station holding cell. Watch the video
Managing and Supervising in a Diverse and Ever Evolving Environment
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P1 Photo of the Week
Let's roll
This week's photo comes from retired Baltimore County officer George Neumeister, who is pictured with his son during his days as a cop. The boy got inside and said "Let's roll," Neumeister wrote.
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