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9 dead in police copter crash into pub; Video: Black Friday shopper uses stun gun

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IN THIS ISSUE
 Rifle lights for law enforcement use
 Lessons from the NJ mall shooting
 December 2, 2013
Featured News

3 cops rescue man from flaming SUV

Cash-strapped chief is TASERed at fundraiser

Video: Stun gun used during Black Friday melee

Featured News
Slain Mass. cop posthumously receives Medal of Honor: Kevin Ambrose was killed while responding to domestic disturbance
Crackdown on subway beggars straining NYPD resources: Many officers agree it's not best use of their time
SC officer succumbs to injuries following crash: Deputy Joseph Antwine passed away Friday
NYPD traffic agent struck, killed by truck
Va. trooper, 2 firefighters hurt after cruiser strikes fire truck
Man arrested for 'making it snow' money at Mall of America
Standoff ensues after Ohio student flashes pellet gun at cop
Death toll in helicopter crash up to 9, no emergency call made
Ga. man fatally shoots Alzheimer's patient who wandered into yard
Firearms Corner

Rifle lights for law enforcement use

By Richard Fairburn, PoliceOne Columnist
The vast majority of police rifle training takes place in daylight, but the wolves we hunt are often more active as the light fades. When seeking a light to illuminate nighttime operations, the brightest isn't always the best. 2 option types

Speech Recognition is Changing the Way Law Enforcement Works
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Force Science News

Surprises, frustrations, lucky breaks: Lessons from the NJ mall shooting

By Chuck Remsberg, PoliceOne Contributor
When a 20-year-old white male stepped through the door with his finger on the trigger of an assault rifle, it turned out to be a lucky night for police and patrons at New Jersey's largest shopping mall. Sensory overload
Police shoot knife-wielding woman
Dash-cam footage shows an officer in Toronto forced to shoot and kill a woman after she charges at him with a knife.
Police and protesters clash in the streets
Aerial footage captured by a drone of the riots in Bangkok. Protesters continue to demand the unseating of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
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Tactical Tip
Are you a proactive, reactive, or inactive officer?
By Rich Von Voigt, PoliceOne Member
Are you a proactive officer, a reactive officer, or an inactive officer? Sometimes you don't get what you expect from others or even give what is expected of you.
Perfect Stocking Stuffers!
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