Authorities seek other suspects in shooting death of N.Y. officer
KIRKLAND, N.Y.- Authorities have captured one man and killed another in the shooting death of a decorated police officer who was slain while pursuing jewel thieves, but they believe other suspects are still at large
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(left) Cars are stopped and searched at a roadblock on Chemung County Road 64 in Big Flats, N.Y., near an area where police were searching for suspects in the killing of a New York State Trooper following a bank robbery on Wednesday. (AP Photo/Miles B. Norman)
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When is enough enough? Reconciling the use of force "coercion/custody" dilemma
with Major Steve Ijames Sponsored by TASER International
It is a fact of life that police officers use force on a regular basis. Most involves tools, tactics, and techniques that are geared towards meeting operational objectives, without causing death or serious physical injury-but it is force none the less
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Avoiding an unnecessary low light situation
By P-1 columnist Gary Klugiewicz
In this PoliceOne Video Tip of the Week, trainer Gary Klugiewicz shares a short but critical tip that illustrates how one simple move can help you avoid thrusting yourself into a low light situation unnecessarily
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