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IN THIS ISSUE
 NYC Sandy report is sunk from start
 2013 'Top Cops' honored in ceremony
 June 7, 2013
Featured News

2 dead, 4 hurt in Calif. shooting

Cops tackle man cutting self outside Today Show

LAPD holds downtown counterterrorism drill

Today's Top Stories:
NY bill would make harassing cops a felony: Any physical action used to intimidate police punishable up to 4 years
Ala. governor signs law protecting K-9s, police horses: Bill will criminalize interfering with duties of animal or handler
Video: Chief chases down suspect on first shift: New chief constable helped detain a man just hours into first shift
Suspect fires gun from back of squad, killed by police
Fla. cop suing after fired for failing to wear armor
Pa. man flees police while masturbating, injures officer
Serial killer Richard Ramirez, 'Night Stalker' dies
Video: Biker flees police, stopped by construction
K-9 praised 'hero' for snatching ax away from drunk thug
P1 Roll Call

Tale of 2 cameras, LAPD swarm game studio

This week's highlights include a controversial incident caught on two cameras and the probe into Chris Dorner's firing. Watch the video
Patrolling the Waterways

NYC Sandy report is sunk from start

By Tom Burrell, PoliceOne Contributor
The City of New York issued an after-action report on the response of marine units from NYPD and FDNY in the Hurricane Sandy — unfortunately, the report itself is not seaworthy. 4 reasons
Mac's Lift Gate Inc. and Braun Northwest Deliver the FIRST Prison Transport Lift
Mac's Lift Gate Inc. introduces the first lift system for Corrections and Prison Transportation Vehicles. This vehicle is built by Braun Northwest and the entire package is available thru them. Retrofit of the lift onto existing vehicles is available and has a 1,300 lbs. weight capacity.
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Criminals, Victims, and Cops

2013 'Top Cops' honored in ceremony

By Karen Bune, PoliceOne Columnist
These members of America's finest have gone above and beyond the call of duty to keep our nation safe. For their heroic acts, they serve as models of inspiration and deserve much gratitude for their contributions to public safety. Saving lives
Hit-and-run killer evades police, rampaging through streets
Police desperately pursue the white van through the Welsh capital as it smashes into cars and nearly hits officers on foot.
Cop rescues ducklings, reunites them with mother
When this duck's babies got trapped in a storm drain, a couple of cops helped fish them out and reunite the family.
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P1 First Person

Why a cop's death is a big deal

By Eric Bunday, PoliceOne Member
While I do not believe that any human life is more valuable than another, I do believe that the death of a certain few of us is cause for alarm and, at the same time, cause for honor. I want to take a moment to explain why it is that a police officer's death should be a big deal.
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Video Tip
Should cops be trained in neck restraints?
This week's video tip is not a demonstration — instead, it's Dan Marcou's opinion on the topic of officers being trained in neck restraints. Watch the video
Treat Bleeding Wounds with the TAC-PACK
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
May the force be with you
This week’s photo comes from Stanley Harper, owner of Black Mesa Images. Law enforcement officers from Colorado, Texas, and Oklahoma lead the way during the 2013 Sante Fe Trail Daze Parade in Boise City, Okla.
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