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IN THIS ISSUE
 How 'profiling' can save your life
 Developing police leaders during every call out
 Sept. 17, 2012

Dear PoliceOne Member,

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the so-called "Occupy Wall Street" protest movement. Whether or not you patrol a big city or a small town, there is always the possibility you may encounter some of these folks, so I encourage you to review Dan Marcoua€™s column on the tactical evolution of their 'revolution' and my own piece on some of the guidance offered by DOJ on handling these events.

One of the most valuable freedoms guaranteed by the United States Constitution is the right of persons and groups to peaceably assemble. America's LEOs are the men and women tasked with ensuring that such assembly is safe and secure.

a€”Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor In Chief

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Protesters march on Occupy's 1st anniversary

Man with eye tattoo shoots Alaska officer at hotel

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Today's Top Stories:
Ark. officer dies from West Nile Virus: A Hope police officer battled the disease for 18 days
Ky. officer killed in a single-vehicle crash: Officer was in pursuit of vehicle at high speeds until his vehicle left roadway
15-year-old driver killed in police pursuit: Driver of stolen pickup was killed when vehicle crashed during pursuit
Calif. chief rebukes officers for mayoral ticket photo
Officer-involved shootings in Calif. set off fake gun debate
Ex-fed busted as police impersonator
Pot arrests made easy as #stoners 'turn selves in' online
Ohio police officers cited after man's death
Calif. cops release 'Innocence of Muslims' filmmaker
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How 'profiling' can save your life

By Greg Sancier, PoliceOne Contributor
Psychological profiling is something we all do on the streets to stay alive. It's based on all the rhetoric, observations, mannerisms, and verbal and non-verbal cues that a suspect gives off. Saving your own skin
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Developing police leaders during every call out

By Glenn French, PoliceOne Columnist
Some individuals appear to be "born leaders" while other individuals can be developed into leaders. But there are some qualities in an individual's makeup that are absolutely essential in the potential leader. Other requirements
Dash cam: Crane accidentally captures car
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