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 Wounded SC officer said 'Not Today' — and meant it
 Teaching (and learning) in manageable chunks
 June 29, 2012
Dear PoliceOne Member,

Last year, following the tornadoes which devastated communities in Missouri and Alabama, PoliceOne members came together en masse to help out officers in those areas whose homes had been leveled, and who in some cases had nothing but the one uniform they were wearing when tragedy struck. Let's come together again to help out the law enforcement officers affected by the Colorado wildfires.

We're working with Ten Four Ministries, the Missouri Law Enforcement Funeral Team, and Wives Behind the Badge. We're just now beginning the effort, so if you know of an officer impacted by the Colorado wildfires and in need of any assistance, please e-mail info@tenfourministries.org.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor In Chief
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Wounded SC officer said 'Not Today' — and meant it

By Hayley Hudson, PoliceOne Columnist
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Firearms Training

Teaching (and learning) in manageable chunks

By Kyle Lamb, PoliceOne Contributor
If every drill you shoot is a scenario, your shooters will never improve. We must shoot drills to enhance and refine skills before we test these skills with scenario-based training. 3 bold statements
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From abused child to cop

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