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EMT shoves cop out of ambo; Why "murder free zones" make sense

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 Why we need "Murder-Free Zones"
 Confessions of a police patch collector
 April 3, 2013
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W.Va. sheriff fatally shot, suspect in custody

Murdered Wis. officer to be honored in memorial

2 Detroit officers shot, suspect killed in shootout

Today's Top Stories:
Trooper, 2 others confirmed dead in Alaska helicopter crash: Officer Tage Toll was among the three killed
Calif. K-9 hurt after thrown out window: Suffered a gash on head, was bleeding from nose and staggering
Man who ambushed, stabbed Minn. cops gets 17 years: Lured 2 officers into park with fictitious 911 call, stabbed both
CO dies of heart attack running to assist others
Some Colo. sheriffs oppose more gun control
EMT shoves cop out of ambulance, gets arrested
Ill. looks to video chat to obtain warrants faster
911 dispatcher sends mom to rescue before police
Police shoot armed man at station; find suicide note in pocket
Blue Knights

Why we need "Murder-Free Zones"

By Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
One potential solution to the active shooter problem that has spiraled out of control are "Muder-Free Zones." Anyone charged with first-degree murder within these zones would be tried as an adult regardless of age. Extremism, or justice?
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P1 Humor Corner

Confessions of a police patch collector

By Keith Bettinger, PoliceOne Contributor
If you're interested in starting a hobby related to police work, consider patch collecting. It will keep you out of trouble, and take you and your family on vacations looking for elusive patches from far-away places. But be warned...
One cop's struggle with PTSD
A retired NYPD officer talks about the extraordinary things that happened in his life that led him to being an author.
Thief shatters door, passes out, still escapes
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212 Tactical Belt Clip

By Loraine Burger, PoliceOne Columnist
About 12 years ago, the creator of this clip had just broken his second quick-release buckle. He thought, "There has to be a better way." Using a seat belt, the 212 Tactical Belt Clip was born. How does it work?
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Tactical Tip
It's 'OK to be okay' when you have to take a life
By Chuck Remsberg, PoliceOne Columnist
With rare exception, assailants are killed because they pose a mortal threat to the officer involved or someone else. The officer does what needs to be done, and he saves a life doing it.
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