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Video: Inmate makes grab for cop's gun; Zimmerman stopped for speeding

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IN THIS ISSUE
 Interview: Former Sanford police chief and captain
 Review: New TASER AXON Body on-officer camera
 August 2, 2013
Featured News

Video: Inmate attempts to steal cop's gun in court

Video: Officer fatally shoots homeless man

Video: Cruiser hits skateboarder by mistake

Today's Top Stories:
LAPD mediation program addresses racial profiling: Program lets officers accused of profiling meet accusers
Clubs, hammers banned from Oakland protests: Ban on protest weapons and tools was one of two high-profile measures
Pa. chief suspended over profane videos: 5-1 vote to suspend Chief Kessler for 30 days without pay
Off-duty cop fatally shoots man outside cop's home
Video: Zimmerman stopped for speeding, going 'nowhere in particular'
Police: Boy, 12, robs lemonade stand with BB gun
City: 75 Cleveland officers broke rules in deadly pursuit
Texas prison system running out of execution drug
No arming of teachers allowed in Ark., says AG
News Analysis:
Blocking a gun grab: "My training took over"
 By with Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
In a Hillsborough County (Fla.) courtroom earlier this week, Robert Lewis Bridges probably figured that a female LEO standing just over five feet tall (compared to the big, brawny male deputies present) would be an easy mark for a gun grab. Bridges figured wrong. Wallace slapped away his gun-grab attempt, and two other deputies quickly swooped in and secured the assailant. Great teamwork
P1 Roll Call

High teen steals cop's gun, off-duty cop shoots man at home

Dave Smith recaps an ambush in where suspects fired on police, and two separate incidents that officers' weapons were taken. Watch the video
Martin/Zimmerman Case

P1 Exclusive: Former Sanford (Fla.) police chief and captain speak

By Karen Bune, PoliceOne Columnist
The death of Trayvon Martin was an avoidable tragedy, and some of the things that happened following the incident are also avoidable if we heed to the lessons learned by two of Sanford's top cops. "The least little thing can make it pop"
Introducing the Omni Jamb Spreader Hydraulic Door Jamb Spreader
The jamb spreader is a versatile tool which is used to open doors by forcing the jambs apart with three tons of horizontal force. This is a great tool when you are looking for the quiet entry. Simply place the spreader in the door frame just above the door handle pull to extend the bracing rod to set the spreader in place and pump the handle to extend the operating piston.
Learn more at www.swatools.com
P1 Sponsored

New TASER AXON Body on-officer camera hits the streets

By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
It has become pretty widely accepted that the body-worn video camera will eventually become standard equipment for just about every American police officer. The TASER AXON Body camera is cost effective, compact, and captures near-HD quality video. See for yourself
Phil Davis rides along with Watts PD
MMA fighter Phil Davis experiences a day in the life of a police officer.
Car thief leads police on pursuit through Hollywood
Police pursue car thief through the streets of Hollywood.
 View more police videos at BLUtube.com
P1 First Person

Who needs you to be a hero (and who doesn't)?

By Dave Windels, ​PoliceOne Member
A small percentage of calls for service we handle require true heroes, but you need to be prepared assume the role when the situation arises. But for others in your life, like family, take a moment to think about what kind of person they need you to be.
ELSAG Fixed Plate Hunter 900
ELSAG NA’s Automatic License Plate Reader (ALPR) system, the Mobile Plate Hunter-900 (MPH-900) can be mounted to bridges, gates, overpasses and other stationary structures to help constantly monitor sensitive areas. Data captured can be reviewed for relevant periods of time assisting with vehicle tracking and other investigative purposes. Grant eligible!
Get more info here
Video Tip
Response to an attempted gun grab
Dan Marcou discusses and demonstrates a response to an attempted gun grab on the street. Watch the video
Gain Control with the TAC 700
The TAC 700 launcher brings full automatic capability, with up to 700 rounds per minute, to your non-lethal PepperBall launcher options. Officers can quickly create large pepper clouds for crowd control, barricade busting, or more quickly achieve individual suspect compliance.
Learn more about the TAC 700
P1 Member Photo of the Week
Black beauty
This week’s photo comes from Officer Justin Brinks of the Jackson Police in Jackson, Wis. Pictured is the department's new squad car, a Ford Interceptor.
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