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 Happy anniversary: 5 'top' themes from 5 great years
 The story of John Coffee Hays, Texas Ranger
 June 26, 2013
Dear PoliceOne Member,

Five years ago, I began this amazing journey as the editor of PoliceOne, so I've been reflecting lately on what I've seen and done in the past half-decade. There's no way to cram into a single column my five years of reading, writing, editing, training, travelling, teaching and talking, but I've put together a recap of some of the most important issues I've covered, a handful of my favorite articles, and a couple of 'shout outs' to a handful of folks who've helped me along the way.

Thanks for a great five years, my friends. Here's to another five to come!


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Featured News

Video: Driver goads officer into his losing temper

2 more LA officers shot in separate attack, suspect dead

Video: Woman's 'bra shake' at traffic stop criticized

Today's Top Stories:
La. officer killed in single-vehicle crash: Steven Netherland lost control of vehicle driving through construction zone
W.Va. suspect who shot sheriff indicted on firearms charges: Tennis Maynard accused of shooting sheriff in his cruiser
K-9 killed, Ind. officer wounded in 10-hour standoff: Officer was shot in leg and treated for injuries
Cop busted in bikini barista prostitution raid
War vet who killed officer wife pleads guilty
Patriots player Hernandez charged with murder
4 suspects arrested in slaying of DEA agent
Man on mushrooms ripped off part of his own penis
Texas cop wins appeal of firing; IA criticized for bias
News Analysis:
Traffic stops: Courtesy and conduct unbecoming
 By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
In order to be granted (or even considered for) professional courtesy, you first must be professional and courteous. Respect yourself and respect what the badge — not your badge, but THE badge — represents. And that goes for both parties at an off-duty LEO traffic stop. Do unto others
10-43: Be Advised...

A happy anniversary: 5 'top' themes from 5 great years

By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
5 years. 650 articles. A ton of great memories. Here's a recap of just a few of the issues I’ve covered, a handful of my favorite articles, and a couple of shout outs to some of those people who've helped me along the way. #4: No Parole for Cop Killers
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Police History

John Coffee Hays, Texas Ranger

By Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
At the start of the Civil War, John “Jack” Coffee Hays declined offers of command by both the North and the South and chose instead to stay in California to help give birth to a new state for the second time in his life. From Colonel to Sheriff
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Tactical Tip
Handcuffs: Improvised impact tool
By Duane Wolfe, PoliceOne Columnist
Image you’re on the ground, fighting. Deadly force isn't authorized but you’re losing the fight. The suspect is hitting you harder now because of your grounded position. This is where your handcuffs can be made into an improvised impact tool. What works best
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