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 'Qualified immunity' decision is huge for cops
 2 safety tactics for pedestrian stops
 February 28, 2014
Featured News

Rookie NYPD officer shot 3 times in Brooklyn

Video: Man shot after pinning Ill. trooper between cars

Video: Mysterious pursuit ends in high-speed crash

LEOs and the Law

Why SCOTUS' 'qualified immunity' decision is huge for cops

By Joanne Eldridge, PoliceOne Contributor
At issue is whether the actions of the police shooting at the vehicle as it attempted to escape constituted excessive force in violation of the Fourth Amendment. The incident and the case

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2 pedestrian stop safety tips that could safe your life

By David Blake, PoliceOne Contributor
The two best risk-mitigators are to put an object between the suspect and yourself, while increasing the typical standoff distances. However, any discussion about pedestrian stops is not complete until we review two areas.
Calif. chief nominee would be first female top cop
Shelley Zimmerman will be the first woman to be chief in San Diego Police Department history.
Law enforcement mentoring programs
Aaron Snyder of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department discusses his department's mentoring program.
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P1 First Person

How sleep deprivation affects officer safety and performance

By Kendra Nunes, PoliceOne Special Contributor
Sleep deprivation is not unique to law enforcement, but the consequences of sleep deprivation are amplified by the unique stressors that come with police work. Here's why

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Video Tip
Integrating "middle-distance" into training exercises
Tony Lambraia demonstrates how you might consider integrating the element of distance into your various training exercises. Watch the video
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
Carbine training in the great white north
This week's photo of the week comes from Sgt. Tim Close of the Gananoque Police in Ontario, Canada. Pictured are officers attending their first C8 Patrol Carbine user training course circa 2011.
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