Stone Mountain, GA- A playground that usually is filled with children is quiet Friday after a DeKalb County, Georgia, police officer and a suspect died in a shootout at an apartment complex in Stone Mountain
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(left) Bullet holes pock the siding of one of the buildings surrounding the scene where Detective Dennis Carmen Stepnowski was killed when a foot chase at an apartment turned into a shootout that also left the suspect dead in Stone Mountain, Ga., Friday. (AP Photo/Ric Feld)
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By Laurence Miller, PhD
Police Psychologist Part 2 of 2
In his first article on police discipline, Police Psychologist Dr. Laurence Miller presented several approaches to disciplining a problem officer, from education and training to coaching and counseling. In this next installment, he explores four more
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In this week's PoliceOne Video Tactical Tip, Officer Lou Ann Hamblin with Van Buren Township (MI) DPS explains the importance of hit avoidance, particularly for smaller officers like herself, and demonstrates a strategy for dodging an incoming blow
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