(left) An officer looks at a premature newborn who survived after being delivered in a toilet Tuesday, police said. Littleton police officer Bob Carmody pulled the baby out of the toilet with rubber gloves. (AP Photo/Littleton Police Department)
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with Guest PoliceOne columnist Dave Grossi This issue's Officer Survival column takes another twist from the usual tactical theories of street survival to an area that hasn't received much attention lately. Recently, down here in southwest Florida
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Your safety: Equipment placement and accessibility
by Trainer Robert Hindi
In this week's PoliceOne video tip of the week, defensive trainer Robert Hindi illustrates the critical impact equipment placement and accessibility can have on your safety
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