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IN THIS ISSUE
 Why reporting corruption can be bad for your career
 How far a simple 'thank you' to a cop can go
 August 8, 2014
Featured News

Thousands mourn officer slain during traffic stop

Police search for suspect after pursuit ends in crash

Teen last to see slain cop alive pays respects

PoliceOne Roll Call

Reality Training: Giving verbal commands and containing subjects

Dave Smith breaks down how officers handle multiple suspects — one of them armed — at the end of an intense and stressful vehicle pursuit. Watch the video
Law Enforcement Ethics

Why reporting corruption on your PD can be bad for your career

By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
Reporting the misconduct of another police officer is a no-brainer at first examination. You know it's the right thing to do. But if you're in a dysfunctional organization, the real-world consequences of doing so may be grave.
Lessons Learned: Building and Operating a Gun Range
Meggitt Training Systems’ Law Enforcement Live Fire Manager, Tim Holley, presents during SHOT Show 2014 as part of the Law Enforcement Education Program (LEEP).
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Musings of a Retired Cop

How far a simple 'thank you' to a cop can go

By Keith Bettinger, PoliceOne Contributor
When she handed me her license, I was suddenly transported back to a dark night in the 1980s. Blinking back into the moment, I looked at the woman and asked, "Was I at your house during a tragic event?" "Oh my God," she said. "It's you!"
The evolution of law enforcement
Coach Bob Lindsey of Verbal Defense and Influence discusses changes in law enforcement in the last five decades.
Car thief sings along to 'Best Day of My Life' in bait car
The man is all smiles until APD remotely shuts the car off.
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P1 First Person

3 leadership lessons from the cockpit: Leading in unrehearsed scenarios

By Lt. Dave Crisler, PoliceOne Member
What Frontier Airlines Captain Gerhard Bradner did upon landing at an airport his aircraft was diverted to due to weather has takeaways for us as police leaders. Doing what needs doing
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Video Tip
Using the 'Trap and Stun' technique
Joseph Ferrera demonstrates ways to trap an opponent's hand that will allow you to deliver a brachial stun. Watch the video
The New Upgraded Tracer Intel Core i5/7 Technology and a 5 Year Warranty
When you purchase our latest computer, the Datalux T-5 with the 120 GB SSD option, Datalux will include a no charge 5-year warranty. Along with a five-year warranty the Tracers now come with 2nd Generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors and 4GB RAM standard to handle any departments technology requirements.
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
A bond never broken
This week's photo of the week was taken by Captain John Bailey of the Western Kentucky University Police Department.
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