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 What it means to be 'more than a cop'
 Dashcam: Suicide-by-cop incident
 August 28, 2013
Dear PoliceOne Member,

I’m delighted to welcome Althea Olson and Mike Wasilewski to my roster of writers here on PoliceOne. Many of you are already familiar with Mike and Althea through their works published in other law enforcement venues — both print and online — and their training seminars for law enforcement officers and their families. Here, their focus will be on wellness and relationships as well as morale, responding to the mentally ill, and ethics. Please join me in welcoming them to the PoliceOne community.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor In Chief
Featured News

NYPD taunted following stop-and-frisk ruling

Video: Cops fight fire, woman trapped in car

Baltimore officer fatally shot serving warrant

Today's Top Stories:
Fort Hood gunman sentenced to death: Hasan could become the first U.S. soldier executed in more than half a century
Wis. cop severely beaten fighting for gun: Was punched and kicked by a suspect trying to steal his gun
Video: Controversial Pa. police chief targets enemies: Names his shooting targets after council members
Self-proclaimed cop killers threaten CO, get arrested
Audio: Teen calls 911 to report 'massive freaking' spider
Mercy considered for condemned Ohio cop killer
Fleeing robbery suspect trips on own saggy pants
2 off-duty Calif. cops fire guns toward each other
Homeless man robs bank of $1 for health care in jail
More Than A Cop

What it means to be 'more than a cop'

By Althea Olson and Mike Wasilewski
There is nothing wrong with being a cop, or identifying as a law enforcement officer, but I started to see the downside of such simple identification. When that identity supersedes all else about you, then maybe it is time to question its power over you. A balanced life
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Reality Training

Tenn. suicide-by-cop incident caught on dashcam

Knoxville Police Chief David Rausch said that his department will use the video for training purposes — so will we. Join the conversation
Fire rages at police gun range
A fire has been burning all day at a brand new police firearms range in England.
Conducting gang interviews
Andy Eways discusses important considerations when officers conduct interviews of gang members.
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Tactical Tip
Watch for a fishtail as a pre-attack indicator
By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
You're following a car, when abruptly it swerves and brakes as it comes to a stop. Imprint those red lights as a red flag in your mind. There are several things that this type of erratic driving could imply. Watching for a sign
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    Police Humor

    8 biggest 'bad guy' fails caught on camera

    By PoliceOne Staff
    A recent video of a robber being ejected by a mysterious force came across our radar recently and got us thinking, "This looks awfully familiar..." so, we started digging through our archives and gathered some of the biggest fails caught on camera. Watch the videos
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