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Dorner 1 year later: 7 lessons learned & what it changed

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 Feb. 13, 2014
The Dorner Incident, One Year Later
What have we learned from the Dorner incident?
By Doug Wyllie, Editor in Chief
We'll surely spend years dismantling and discussing the 'Dorner incident' for the purpose of making the law enforcement profession safer and more successful. It is in this spirit that I and my PoliceOne colleagues Dick Fairburn, Dan Marcou, Ken Hardesty, and Glenn French have authored a series of articles to simultaneously look back and look ahead.

5 police trainers sound off

7 lessons learned from a murderer

By Dan Marcou

What went right in the Dorner manhunt?

By Glenn French

One year after Dorner: Bad guys with good training

By Ken Hardesty
Calif. officers cleared in Dorner standoff: Officials said the many officers involved violated no laws Brotherly bond united deputies in Dorner manhunt: Ryan and Alex Collins are San Bernardino County deputies
10-43: Be Advised:
Training to win against a dangerous adversary
 By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
The Dorner incident has not yet changed law enforcement training, tactics, mindset, and methods to the extent that I believe it could (or should!) and it’s on us — you and me — to make that change happen.
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