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Hearings for NJ cop who was 'stopping excessive force'; LAPD IDs suspect in May Day attack on officer; Mo. officer cleared in beating tries to get back to work;
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Dear P1 Member,

As the saying goes, "this isn't just a job, it's an adventure." The law enforcement profession provides women with a constant rollercoaster of tragedy and triumph. In this issue of the Women's eNews, we'll learn how Officer Allison Jacobs successfully dealt with sudden notoriety under extraordinary circumstances and hear from Karen Bartuch, president of the Women's Tactical Association, about the importance of tactical medicine on the street. Also included are tips and training opportunities from Calibre Press and the Street Survival seminar.

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Following your gut: Officer's hunch saves kidnapping victim
By Betsy Brantner Smith, P1 Columnist
Officer Ally Jacobs "went from zero to hero overnight" for taking action when she knew something wasn't right. Check things out
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Tactics for the Female Officer
One more TRIK up our sleeves: Medical tactics
By Karen Bartuch, P1 Contributor
Though in the past it was unheard of for officers to be trained as EMTs, some high profile incidents have taught us otherwise. First aid education
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Tactical Tip
Don't 'hang' your cuffs
By Betsy Brantner Smith, P1 Columnist
Many women (and smaller men) lack enough room on their duty belts for all of their gear, but don’t use that as excuse to "hang" your handcuffs from one of your belt keepers. Dangerous practice
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Street Survival Insights
Lose your sight, lose the fight
By Dave Smith, P1 Columnist
If you wear glasses or contact lenses at work, make sure you have a second pair of glasses readily available to you at all times.
Always have back up

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