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 American cops ensure constitutional rights
 July 4th in the world's 'Biggest Little City'
 July 03, 2012
Dear PoliceOne Member,

This is a special edition newsletter, featuring a few items related to the Independence Day holiday tomorrow. As we pause to celebrate the signing of our Declaration of Independence some 236 years ago, we encourage you to share your experiences with other PoliceOne Members.

If you enjoy shooting video of your off-duty recreational activities, post those to BLUtube. Anything goes, but this week we are especially interested in seeing anything you've got that might be related to the July 4 holiday.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor In Chief
Featured News

UK police expecting repeat of riots

Video: Officer pulls over sheriff

Andy Griffith, TV's friendliest cop, dies at 86

Today's Top Stories:
Seattle cops can't use red-light cameras for evidence: Cameras were mounted a short distance from the scene of a drive-by shooting but cops are barred from accessing images
Trooper who fell to death during rescue 'served with honor': Aaron Beesley was killed during a search-and-rescue operation after apparently losing his footing and falling approximately 60 feet
HIV-positive sex offender stabs child in standoff
Police: Man on bath salts threatened to eat people at Ga. golf course
NYC mayor rejects control proposal of 9/11 memorial
US police behind most data requests on Twitter
Former officer claims she saw angels at Flight 93
Mich. deploys talking urinal cakes in DUI fight
Celebrating July 4th

10 essentials reminders for July 4th

By Doug Wyllie, Editor in Chief
The Independence Day holiday can exponentially increase the number of intoxicated knuckleheads you're likely to encounter on your shift. Some morons even use firearms as noise makers to "celebrate" the occasion. Fireworks can be weapons
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Celebrating July 4th

It's a dry heat: July 4th in the world's 'Biggest Little City'

By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
Reno (Nev.) has sagebrush and lots of homes and other buildings that are decidedly not fireproof. For this reason, there was a ban on the sale or use of fireworks, one which was blatantly ignored. My little arsonist
Police officers attacked with fireworks
This video shows an incident a few years back in which police were attacked with fireworks. Stay safe this July 4.
Freedom Soldier
Check out this tribute to all who have served the cause of freedom.
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Columnist Tip
How to help one filmmaker's effort to support NLEOMF
By Doug Wyllie, Editor in Chief
The documentary, which is slated to be released to theaters this autumn, will feature "some of the brave men and women of law enforcement who put their lives on the line and survived, and those who made the ultimate sacrifice." Living legends
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P1 Photo Archive
Reflection of our flag
Sgt. Steven Dearth took this photo after the American flag was put up over the road in preparation for the July 4th parade in 2010.

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