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Week-306-November-06-2006

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Week 306
Volume 1
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Michael Addison is seen during his arraignment in Manchester District Court in Manchester, N.H., Monday. Addison was charged with gunning down Officer Michael Briggs last month and could face the death penalty. (AP Photo/Dick Morin, Pool)

Suspect in fatal shooting of officer held without bail

MANCHESTER, N.H.- Dozens of city police officers crowded court benches and peered through a courtroom door to see the man accused of killing fellow Officer Michael Briggs, after the suspect returned to the state Monday.

Michael Addison, 26, was arraigned on a capital murder charge in Manchester District Court three weeks after his arrest in Boston.

Addison, described in court documents as an unemployed father of two children, ages 2 and 8, was ordered held without bail ... Full Story

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N.H. officer shot Monday dies; attorney general to seek death penalty

Officer Down: Michael Briggs


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P1 Members sound off: Was fitness-promoting Chief out of line?
When Paul Goward, the recently resigned Chief of Winter Haven (FL) PD, decided to tell his officers it was time for them to candidly evaluate their level of fitness and decide whether they were a “jelly belly” in need of shaping up, he predicted a few officers might not be pleased. He didn’t, however, expect to be pressured out of his job after a few officers complained to the city council.

When the incident drew the attention of the national media, we decided to ask Police Members what they thought about the situation. ... Full Story

PoliceOne Training Tip:
Dash TV hides drugs & gun

One of our county sheriffs spotted a suspected trafficker and initiated a traffic stop. Confident that we would never find the drugs, the suspect provided consent to search his vehicle.

The K-9 unit focused in on a flat panel TV that had ... Full Tip (Secured- law enforcement only)

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News and Announcements:

Press Release:
Space And Safety Concerns Led Bellevue Police Department To Select ICOP Digital

Md. officer fatally shoots man with gun
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Search for Pa. fugitive yields well-armed meth-lab
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Calif. man slashes self at end of pursuit
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N.C. deputy punished for using 'unintentional' force in arrest
[Charlotte County, NC]
 

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Pa.: Drug bust cache includes a dozen guns
[Easton, PA]

Maine: State prison reviews security following escape attempt
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Texas DA kills self as police arrive
[Terrell, TX]

Police: Nude Calif. man adds new meaning to "concealed weapon"
[El Cerrito, CA]
 

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