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Handcuffing Survival

Don’t underestimate the danger in this routine task

Statistics indicate roughly 70 percent of suspects resist arrest after the first handcuff is applied. Indeed, one of my old training officers bears the scars on his cheek from the ratchets of a loose single strand ... Full Story (Secured- law enforcement only)

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W.Va. deputy fatally shoots man; possible suicide-by-cop
BOONE COUNTY- Authorities believe a Julian-area man might have been trying to force a deputy sheriff to kill him Sunday night when he fired on the officer.

Danny Ray Holstein Jr., 41, was being treated at CAMC General Hospital for gunshot wounds to the abdomen and ankle, Boone County Sheriff Rodney Miller said. "He'll live," Miller said of Holstein.

West Virginia State Police were called to the residence of Holstein's mother just before 9 p.m. ... Full Story

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Ala. murder suspect leads police chase, kills self before crash
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Neb. man is found after escaping from police
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Pa. correctional officer arrested, 2 men sought for impersonating police
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N.Y. police use photos from cell phone to locate suspect
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2 LAPD officers sue city over transfer out of gang unit
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