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Chief's polygraph targets racist applicants; Burglars poison K-9 at cop's home

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IN THIS ISSUE
 PoliceOne Weekly Newscast
 Addressing mental wellness
 March 8, 2013
Featured News

"On your own" video claims police unable to help

Ala. sheriff recounts final moments of hostage crisis

Police: Veteran master trooper shot, killed

Today's Top Stories:
Ala. officers serving warrant slashed with box cutter: Woman used box cutter to slash officers trying to serve a warrant
2 dead in Los Angeles police standoff: Gunman killed man, fired at police, and holed himself up before killing himself
Video: NV cop on paid leave for rear-ending accident: Officer is on leave while investigation is being conducted
One-cop town considers mandatory gun ownership
Okla. woman found with gun in vagina, meth in buttocks
Police chief's polygraph targets racist applicants
Burglars poison K-9, pet dog at cop's home
911 recording that changed police response policy revealed
Officer who fired shot in NY high school suspended
News Analysis:
Gun hidden in vagina is an important search reminder
 By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Evidently, Christie Dawn Harris had something to hide. Her chosen hiding place for a loaded, five-shot, .22 caliber revolver is an important lesson for us. Searching suspects (both male and female) must be thorough, every time, all the time, end of story. Male officers may have some hesitancy about searching a female suspect, but there's an easy solution to that.
PoliceOne Weekly Newscast

Officer saves man with CPR, fatal on-duty crash, "Not Today"

This week's update includes the life-saving actions of a cop who administered CPR on a man and the loss of an Ark. officer from an on-duty crash. Watch the video
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Education Issues in Public Safety

Having the strength to address your mental wellness

By Leischen Stelter, PoliceOne Contributor
Mental wellness is an issue that must be addressed throughout an officer's career and even after they retire. Addressing mental health involves a combination of approaches. 3 aspects
How to take down a drunk
Man explains what he believes are the best police practices when subduing a drunk suspect.
Woman gives her version of open carry
A woman explains what she calls "Open Carry for Dummies."
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P1 First Person

The dilemma of small-department turnover

By Rick McDowell, PoliceOne Member
Rural and small departments usually consist of patrol staff, a limited supervisory staff, one or two investigators, and the chief. A 12-person department which loses three officers has lost a quarter of its enforcement capability. But they're losing more than just manpower.
Do You Know an LEO Hero?
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Tactical Tip
Positions of disadvantage: The mount position
Here's how to defend against strikes and other assault maneuvers while trapped in what's called 'the mount position.' Watch the video
Access Information Anytime, Anywhere with iRIMS
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
Has your metal been tested?
This week's photo comes from Don Nurge. The photo, taken by Nurge, shows his off-duty helm and his on-duty badge. He writes, "This is dedicated to all the men and women in law enforcement who have their 'metal' tested every day."
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