(above) Fort Worth, Texas, officer Henry "Hank" Nava, 39, died Thursday after being shot in the head while trying to serve a warrant Tuesday. He leaves behind a wife and two children. The suspect in custody claims he thought Nava was a robber. (AP Photo/Fort Worth Police Department)
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Understanding East Coast Mexican gangs Part 1 of a 2-part series
with Sgt Lou Savelli NYPD (ret.)
Mexican gangs have been forming in the United States for as long as we have had Mexican immigrants. On the East Coast, however, Mexican gangs are virtually a recent phenomenon. In the past several years, East Coast cities have experienced an increase in the creation of gangs consisting of Mexican Nationals
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Improving your draw stroke
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In this week's PoliceOne Video Tip of the Week, trainer Ralph Mroz with the Police Officers Safety Association explores two draw stroke enhancement techniques you can practice to better ensure quick access your holstered sidearm, a consistently secure grip and a prompt and accurate presentation
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