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IN THIS ISSUE
 Who's really worthy of protection?
 Tragedy in Aurora: A dark night indeed
 August 3, 2012
Dear PoliceOne Member,

We recognize that not everybody reads every post on PoliceOne. Actually, we know for a fact that most members miss a lot of great information due simply to the volume of columns, commentary, and news we put out. In the event that you missed the January 2012 video tactical tip from Don Alwes on being first to the scene of an active shooter, we're re-running it today. If you did see it the first time, the attack in Aurora two weeks ago is reason enough for a five-minute refresher. Stay safe out there my friends.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor In Chief
Featured News

Pitbull attacked cops as passers-by filmed on their phones

Video: Cop saves infant from wreck after pursuit

Vt. farmer crushes cruisers with tractor

Today's Top Stories:
Emails to ex-Sanford police chief released: Everything from curse-filled criticisms to media interview requests from Al Jazeera
Chief overrules panel, fires 'pepper-spray cop': Investigators concluded UC Davis lieutenant acted reasonably during Occupy protest
Suspect nabbed in pursuit suing for $17 million: Claims he was surrendering when an officer shot at him
Texas deputy shot and killed, suspect in custody
2 Calif. cops hurt by woman fleeing traffic stop
Chicago's top cop hails decline in murder rate
Cops justified in killing knife-wielding grandma
Report: Psychiatrist warned of Colo. massacre suspect
Video: Police imposters repelled from armed-robbery attempt
The Ethical Warrior

Should we protect those who commit hideous crimes?

By Jack Hoban and Bruce Gourlie
Some behaviors are easy to judge. Acts clearly based on greed, cruelty and cowardice are simple to condemn. However, it is more difficult to judge acts based on the misfiring of seemingly positive values.
When is a value moral?
Do You Know Someone Who Deserves to be Called a Hero?
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Tragedy in Aurora

How the Colo. massacre was an incongruent ambush

By Tony Blauer, PoliceOne Contributor
So much has been written about the theater shooting in Colo. I was called, emailed, asked, what should people have done? What would you have done? Fact: No one can plan for or predict how they will react in an 'incongruent ambush.' Deer in headlights
Stolen 7-up truck high speed chase
Police pursue a stolen 7-Up delivery truck through Los Angeles.
Teens 'flash rob' Chicago store
Teens who staged a flash mob-style robbery at Mildblend Chicago made off with $3,000 worth of designer merchandise.
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P1 First Person

It's not the gun, stupid

By Jeff Baker, PoliceOne Member
Guns are not the problem. The problem is a refusal to deal with the segment of our nation's mentally ill who cannot be entrusted to treatment and medication outside of a long-term inpatient facility. It's common sense
 
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Video Tip
First on the scene of an active shooter
By Don Alwes, PoliceOne Contributor
When handling an active shooter, the officers who are first on the scene have certain responsibilities. Watch the video
Attention, Ladies: Attend the Building Warrior Women Conference
The Building Warrior Women Conference is being held in Dayton, OH on August 27-30, 2012. This is a one of a kind, hands-on training event designed for female police officers who are ready to take their tactical and physical skills to the next level. It is facilitated by an all female cadre of instructors who specialize in training female officers in “hard-to-kill skills.”
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P1 Photo of the Week
There are no small cops, just tall suspects
This week's photo comes from Eric Pratt, who writes: "My close friend with Utah Highway Patrol sent me these photos from a traffic stop that resulted in the arrest of the rather tall fellow for suspicion of DUI."
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