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Cop's fatal crash no accident; SC officer helps needy teen

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IN THIS ISSUE
 Why so many cops attend police funerals
 Justice for cops feloniously struck by vehicles
 May 9, 2014
Featured News

Officer fatally shoots knife-wielding suspect

Father of suspect tries to run over onlookers

SC officer buys bed, TV, Wii for needy teen

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Reality Training: Sudden attack at a traffic stop

Dave Smith shows a video that reminds us that things aren't always what they seem, and to always be on guard. Watch the video
Musings of a Retired Cop

Why so many police officers attend police funerals

By Keith Bettinger, PoliceOne Contributor
Many civilians question why so many officers attend another officer's funeral — they seem to not understand why officers go to pay their respects to someone they didn't know. No one goes alone
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Criminals, Victims, and Cops

Andrew's Law: Justice for cops feloniously struck by vehicles

By Karen Bune, PoliceOne Contributor
The career of Virginia State Trooper Andrew Fox was short-lived. The surviving family and fellow officers of Trooper Andrew Fox are trying to make light penalties for fatally striking a first responder a thing of the past.
Sovereign citizens
Charles Remsberg, PoliceOne columnist, discusses the sovereign citizen movement and how they are becoming more aggressive towards police.
Boston cop saves suicidal man from tracks
A Transit police detective stopped a man from jumping on the tracks at the MBTA Park Street Station Wednesday.
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10-43: Be Advised...

10 traits of a great mentor

By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Ruminating on what it takes to be a great mentor, and thinking about the people who mentored me — particularly two guys named Chuck — leads me to a list of characteristics I hope will spark a discussion on the topic. Always learning

California Casualty Wants to Say Thank You
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Video Tip
Maintaining your reactionary gap
Joseph Ferrera discusses and demonstrates some of the fundamentals you need to remember about the reactionary gap.
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
Winning!
This week's photo of the week comes from Officer Chad Eberly of the Caernarvon Township Police Department.
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