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Week-279-May-03-2006

PoliceOne PoliceOne Member News
Week 279 Volume 2
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Editor's note
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Scott Buhrmaster
Managing Editor

Security warning issued to mass transit systems
WASHINGTON — U.S. mass transit systems should remain alert against possible terror attacks, the Homeland Security Department said in a ... Full Story

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U.S. warns: Al-Qaida weaker, but resilient

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(right) An NYPD officer keeps an eye out on a platform inside the Times Square subway station during evening rush hour in New York. The Department of Homeland Security has issued notice that U.S. mass transit systems should remain alert against attack. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

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The New Models in Firearms Training
By Ralph Mroz
Director of Training
Police Officers Safety Association


Those of you who've been following the issues in firearms tactics and training over the last decade will by now have noticed something ... Full Story

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PoliceOne Training Tip:

Remembering your Gun, Part 2

Submitted by Ptlm. Ed Fournier, Essex (MA) PD
When I lock my duty weapon in my gun locker at home I leave it in my duty holster and I roll the belt, then I lock the entire duty rig up. ... Full Story (Secured- law enforcement only)


News Headlines:

Press Release:
Thirteenth Lawsuit Dismissed Against TASER International
New York: Safety first for cops' firearms
[Massapequa, NY]
Officer dies on canine training run
[San Francisco, CA]
Mass. cop says raids not enough to win drug war
[Gardner, MA]
22 locations raided as agents go after S.F. — based meth ring
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Press Release:
DGI Announces Newest Version of CoBRA® Software at FDIC
Calif. whistle-blower copes with stress
[East Palo Alto, CA]
Pa. fallen trooper honored
[Hershey, PA]
Alleged Ill. cop-torture report findings could go public
[Chicago, IL]
Utah Taser victim had police history
[Salt Lake City, UT]

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