PoliceOne would like to congratulate MSgt. Kenneth Knox with the Department of Veteran Affairs Police, Wilmington (DE). Kenneth participated in our 100,000 member milestone giveaway and has won a 3-dot Night Sight Set from Trijicon.
In Part 1 of this special series, Lt. Jim Glennon shared the details of a firefight that unexpectedly erupted following the trivial theft of an $8 bottle of Vodka. The incident would leave one officer shot, two others rattled and a series of survival lessons seared into each of their minds. In Part 2, Jim now shares those lessons so you, too, can benefit from them...
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PoliceOne Safety Tip:
Ptlm. Nick Garver, FTO with Thornville (OH) PD
Most sirens have a "Radio re-broadcast" feature that is rarely used. This is a good tool, especially at night when backup is not readily available.
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The Street Survival Seminar is coming to Detroit/Ann Arbor, MI (April 10-11), Denver, CO (May 1-2) and Tunica, MS (May 8-9). Check out the full
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