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IN THIS ISSUE
 5 things I hate about dept. mission statements
 Paying for your kid's college education
 Sept. 28, 2012
Dear PoliceOne Member,

The PoliceOne team is heading to San Diego for IACP 2012. If you're at the show, please visit us at booth #1310 to meet the staff, get your hands on some PoliceOne swag and learn about our latest developments. If you're unable to attend, we'll be bringing you coverage of keynote sessions and details of the best new products over the course of the next few days.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Featured News

Wash. trooper takes hit to stop wrong-way driver

911 calls released in grenade launcher hoax

Fake NYPD ads show police using drones against city

Today's Top Stories:
Fla. motor officer dies following collision: Died shortly after his motorcycle collided with a Mercedes-Benz
NM chief resigns, leaves K-9 as sole member of force: Chief upset after being prevented from carrying a gun
Study: No extra risk to TASER youth vs. adults: Adolescents stunned by less-lethal device do not appear to be at higher risk for serious injury than adults
Gruesome testimony of Pa. cop's death
Cop charged in Canada cheese-smuggling ring
Conn. man kills masked teen, learns it's his son
Man kills 4 in Minn. office shooting
Video: Teen records NJ cop, family files suit
Third officer charged in Calif. homeless man's death
Passion for the Job

5 things I hate about department mission statements

By Joel Shults, PoliceOne Columnist
If your mission statement is longer than the Pledge of Allegiance or doesn't fit on your business card, ditch it before somebody actually reads the whole thing. And don't state the obvious
Visit APS at IACP 2012: Booth #2725
APS provides agencies the flexibility to deploy an Electronic Ticketing and Forms™ solution on handheld devices. Attending IACP? Stop by Booth #2725 to learn more.
Get help funding this solution today!
Balancing Duty, Life, and Wealth

Financial planning for LEOs: Paying for your kid's college education

By John Johnson, PoliceOne Columnist
I hear that one of the proudest days in the life of a parent is the day a child gets accepted to college. But how do you foot the bill for everything that comes with the esteemed privilege? A no brainer
Fla. 'horseback DUI'
Police released video showing Monday's pursuit of an intoxicated man on horseback.
IACP 2012
The 119th annual IACP conference takes place this weekend in San Diego. The city made this video to welcome cops to California.
 View more police videos at BLUtube.com
P1 First Person

Some thoughts from an old salt

By Sean Gallagher, PoliceOne Member
Veteran officers are ready and willing to share their ideas and philosophies, but younger officers are less than willing to entertain them. Young officers leave their academies with the idea that veteran officers are out of date. Furthest from the truth
GE Healthcare to Debut Rapid DNA Analysis System
Introducing a fast, robust and secure DNA analysis system designed for the police booking station.
Visit our booth #3617 at IACP 2012
Video Tip
Knife defense for overhand
Here are two options for overhand knife defense when you're in an interview stance with the subject in front of you. Watch the video
Stop by Our Booth #4211 for a Chance to Win an iPad at IACP
Visit LEID Products IACP booth #4211 for a chance to win a brand new iPad. Along with an iPad raffle, LEID Products will be showcasing the BACS Systems at the show. The recently patented BACS Asset Management System is used to secure and track weapons and valuable equipment.
Check out the BACS System before the show
P1 Member Photo of the Week
A romp in the mud
This week's photo comes from Lubbock County Sheriff's Cpl. Ryan Fillman, who took this picture after a recent storm. "We didn't get stuck going down that road, but we definitely came close a couple of times," he wrote.
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