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 6 things cops know that most Americans don't
 Boston working together inspires pride
 April 22, 2013

Dear PoliceOne Member,

Selecting a single 'favorite' moment to any given ILEETA conference is practically impossible, but as I reflect on ILEETA 2013, I have to admit that one highlight which stands out most in my mind is the debriefing given by Oak Creek (Wis.) Police Lieutenant Brian Murphy of the Sikh Temple shooting incident.

In coming days, weeks, and months, we'll feature many other columns which resulted from our attendance at what is probably the most inspirational and educational annual event in law enforcement. But I want to start this series by saying "Thank you, Lt. Murphy, for the tremendous example you provide."


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief

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6 things cops know that most Americans don't

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    Watching Boston work together made me proud to be a police officer

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    Cop shot 17 times at Sikh Temple says, 'Never give up'

    By Doug Wyllie, Editor in Chief
    Lt. Brian Murphy was the first officer responding to last year's shooting rampage at the Sikh Temple. In a raspy voice, Murphy held the audience rapt in attention as he recounted how he was shot 17 times on that "beautiful Sunday morning."
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