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Active terrorist response tactics; How to find 'hiders'

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Dear P1 Member,

The Boston Marathon bombing, while a terrible incident, was a resounding success from a law enforcement standpoint.

In this month's eNews, we cover several key areas to keep in mind when (not if!) facing a similar situation. Dan Marcou talks about the 5 types of 'hiders' you should be aware of and how to find them, while Glenn French discusses tactical considerations for SWAT when dealing with an active terrorist response.

Lastly, Tim Dees analyzes the technology that helped nab the Boston bombers.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief

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5 types of 'hider' to know and search for
By Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
During deep room clearing in SWAT and patrol operations, a suspect should never be found in the last place you look. Never be surprised
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Active terrorist response: Tactical considerations for SWAT teams
By Glenn French, PoliceOne Columnist
The Boston bombers taught the terrorist audience an important lesson: American law enforcement will not stand for active terrorism in our cities. Necessary training
The technology that helped nab the Boston bombers
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
The actions taken by LEOs in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing will be remembered as some of law enforcement's finest hours. Technology played a big role in aiding the police operation. Videos and social media
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