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Cop hits shoplifter, prompts suit; Man blows up family dog over argument

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IN THIS ISSUE
 Forget Facebook: Be a real-world friend
 Locating snipers? Yeah, there's an app for that
 August 7, 2013
Featured News

Video: Cop bitten, slaps boy amid custody battle

Film honors slain San Diego cop

Video: Iowa cop hits shoplifter, prompts suit

Today's Top Stories:
Fla. officer fatally shot responding to domestic disturbance: Officer, suspected gunman both found dead by SWAT unit
Ky. officer collapses, dies on duty: Chad Shaw was assisting at a school when he suddenly collapsed and died shortly after
TSA quietly expands its role, prompts controversy: 'Administrative' searches spark concerns over legality, privacy
Boy, 5, donates body armor to police K-9
Bystander 'bear hugged' Pa. town hall shooter
Police: Wash. man blew up family dog
Newtown report expected to be released in fall
Ill. K-9 killed in cruiser crash
Suit argues excessive force used in Ore. Occupy march
 
If I Knew Then...

Forget Facebook: Be a real-world friend

By Brian Willis, PoliceOne Columnist
In today's world of Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn, people are seemingly so caught up in the number of friends or followers they have that they've forgotten to seek to be worth knowing in the first place. My challenge to you
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PoliceOne Exclusive

Locating snipers? Yep, there's an app for that

By Doug Page, PoliceOne Contributor
Gunshots suddenly ring out. Where's the shooter? New technology for mobile phones may make it possible to know almost immediately know where the shooter is located. How it works...
Report writing: Authoring
William Fogarty suggests the author remember that the most effective authors allow you to "live" the incident.
Russian police officer clings to hood of car
The car took off after being pulled over for a traffic stop.
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Tactical Tip
Sidearms: Secured in your hand or secured in your holster
By Duane Wolfe, PoliceOne Columnist
In the comments section of a recent article on PoliceOne, a reader advised officers to unsnap their holsters and take off their pistol’s safety when approaching a traffic stop. I disagree with the advice for a number of reasons. Studies have shown...
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