(left) A police officer removes tape that was wrapped around the area where a man sought for questioning in the killing of a police officer was shot by authorities in Philadelphia, Thursday. (AP Photo/Rusty Kennedy)
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Nonlethal Weapons: Early use means fewer deaths and injuries
By Capt. Greg Meyer (ret.) Sponsored by TASER International
The aggressive use of available nonlethal weapons early in standoff confrontations predictably results in fewer and less severe injuries to suspects and officers. The usual tactical alternative of prolonging the standoff frequently leads to the use of more injurious degrees of force, including deadly force
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Make pocket carry work for you
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For many of us, whether in plain clothes or off-duty, carrying a gun can be challenging, especially in warm weather. In this PoliceOne Video Tip of the Week, Police Officers Safety Association Executive Director David Kenik fills you in on how to make pocket carry work for you.
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