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PoliceOne SWAT Newsletter
Tactical Products Newsletter Signup February 2012
In this Issue
Dear P1 Member,

While they may appear toward the bottom of the newsletter, be sure to check out the news items selected for this issue of SWAT eNews — especially the story of Officer Keith Soules. Less than a year ago, Soules was hit on his way home from work and lost part of his leg. Fitted with a prosthetic, he went on to take his department's fitness test to rejoin the SWAT team — and passed.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie

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Noted SWAT Trainer Morris Moriwaki describes the three speeds at which a SWAT team should train to operate: Stealth, Warrant and Hostage Rescue. Fast but cohesive
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Command and control in tactical environments
By Glenn French, PoliceOne Columnist
Imagine responding to an attack with an enemy equal to an al Qaeda force. Does your team have the capabilities? Don't repeat Mumbai
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Hemostatic agents can save lives
By Steve Rabinovich, PoliceOne Contributor
When Deputy Patrick Esser arrived as the second squad to a one-vehicle crash, he was radioed the description of the injuries: “Severe neck laceration.” Controlled the bleed
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