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How to integrate K-9s into SWAT; 7 lessons from the Dorner rampage

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Dear P1 Member,

In this month's eNews, Dan Danaher offers his thoughts on how to fuse the dynamic with the deliberate in your building entries, while Brad Smith offers ideas about how to best integrate K-9s into SWAT operations. Dan Marcou offers up what he sees as the seven lessons learned a year after a disgraced ex-cop named Christopher Dorner went on a 10-day rampage.

On the subject of Chris Dorner, I want to know how PoliceOne Members answer this question: "What are police agencies (and officers) doing differently in the wake of the Dorner incident?" Send me your opinions via email. You may be highlighted in an upcoming column.


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Tactical Encounters
Building entries: Fusing dynamic with deliberate
By Dan Danaher, PoliceOne Contributor
Whether or not you’re part of a SWAT team, at some point all LEOs enter structures with the intent to locate suspects. Heeding Sun Tzu
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Dorner, one year later: 7 lessons learned from a murderer
By Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
The next Chris Dorner may already be out there plotting — what are you doing to prepare? Train for the ambush
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Integrating K-9s into SWAT operations
By Brad Smith, PoliceOne Contributor
There are three reasons why K-9s fail during SWAT operations. Here's how to overcome those problems. Valuable tool
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