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PoliceOne Member Newsletter
 Don't break the bank: Training and technology
 The use (and misuse) of internal affairs
 July 5, 2013
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Video: Exploding firework aimed at police, FFs

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Pa. officer killed in 2-vehicle crash

Today's Top Stories:
Owner of dog killed by police calls for threats to stop: "Just calm down. Stop threatening them and their families"
Man with bombs, body armor arrested near U. of Wash.: Had with him a scoped rifle, shotgun and Molotov cocktails
Video: Store customer tackles escaped Ohio inmate: Took action upon recognizing man from wanted signs
Video: Pa. police videotape 'TASER party'
Drunk boy, 14, hits 4 cars fleeing Wash. police
Fla. woman arrested for battery after kissing cop's nose
NY jail guard guilty of affair, having baby with cop killer
Audio: Rupert Murdoch slams police investigation
Potbellied Thai police officers sent to boot camp
The Art of Discipline

Don't break the bank: Training and technology

By Anthony Powalie, PoliceOne Contributor
There are ways to increase the effectiveness of your training without breaking the bank. Let's examine the effects of certain training techniques, as well as the effects of not having much of training program at all. Stress, simplicity, and sims
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P1 First Person

The use (and misuse) of IA

By John Hein, PoliceOne Member
Any officer knows that IA investigates allegations of wrongdoing by officers and others. In some departments, IA may be a well-run, ethical function, while in others it may be used by management as a tool for self-serving purposes. Perception and reality
Police investigate gun activist’s armed park video
Gun rights activist Adam Kokesh posted a video to his YouTube account threatening a "final American Revolution."
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A bad guy attempts to use his left hand to grab your firearm. Here's how to stop him.
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Video Tip
The rollover to the leg lock
Dan Marcou demonstrates two different techniques — a rollover and a leg lock — to use with passive resistors. Watch the video
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
Perks of the night shift
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