How are 5 percenters created? By "effortful study," new report says
By The Force Science Research Center
The cerebral game of chess would seem to be several light years removed from the rough-and-tumble world of the street cop. But a new report on the mental processes of chess players suggests that law officers and trainers have a lot to learn from the means by which amateurs become masters of the checkered board
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(left) Officer Scott A. Wertz was shot in the chest and died Sunday in Reading, Pa. Wertz and another officer were chasing suspect Cletus C. Rivera when Rivera fired two shots, at least one of which struck Wertz, Mayor Tom McMahon said. Wertz, 40, was not believed to have been wearing a bulletproof vest. (AP Photo/Reading Police Department)
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1. On traffic stops, whenever possible, I wait for the return of the license plate information prior to exiting the patrol car for contact.
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