Former Md. officer declared unfit for trial on killings of two other officers
A double-murder trial is on hold in Baltimore County because the defendant, a former police officer with a state agency who is accused of killing two Baltimore City police officers, has been found incompetent
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(left) Baltimore officers carry the casket of slain Baltimore police officer Adam Vazquez. Eugene Victor Perry Jr., 33, an officer, was charged with murder Thursday in the shooting deaths of Vazquez and another Baltimore officer. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)
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The L.A. Times reported last week that LAPD officer Enrique Chavez was shot in the chest by his 3-year-old son. The child got hold of the officer's service weapon while the officer was stopped at a red light
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Cuffing & controlling a larger suspect
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Maintaining control of a suspect for frisking and cuffing can be problematic for smaller officers. In this week's PoliceOne Video Tactical Tip from the Police Officers Safety Association, veteran 145-pound officer George Vranos shows us one technique he's developed that's worked consistently for his entire department
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A. T. Still University's Arizona School of Health Sciences is offering an online medical forensics course. The 12-week course begins August 28 and is a four-credit, non-degree college course that introduces participants to basic aspects of forensic medicine.
In recognition of past military service, Remington has teamed up with Davidson's of AZ, to resurrect the Model M40 Sniper rifle. The
intention is to commemorate the USMC Scout/ Snipers who served in Vietnam. It is fully endorsed and authenticated by the USMC Scout Sniper Association.
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