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Week 344
July 30, 2007
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Cities like Fort Worth and San Francisco are using lawsuits to combat gang activity. (AP Photo) Watch video
Cities use lawsuits to curb gangs

FORT WORTH, Tex. — Fed up with deadly drive-by shootings, incessant drug dealing and graffiti, cities nationwide are trying a different tactic to combat gangs: They're suing them.

Fort Worth and San Francisco are among the latest to file lawsuits against gang members, asking courts for injunctions barring them from hanging out together on street corners, in cars or anywhere else in certain areas ... Full Story

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10 practical, tactical tips for safe contact with gangs

A glib tongue can win you gang informants — and gang secrets


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Beat the retirement blues: What to expect when leaving LE

For some, the truth about what it’s really like to leave police work comes as a painful surprise and can cause more stress than it eliminates. It can come with feelings of isolation, a lost sense of purpose and identity and a perpetual longing for belonging.

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Police deaths at highest midyear level in decades

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Carrying spot for your backup knife





In today's tip, a P1 member questions the location many officers use to carry their backup knives and shares the tactical reasons why he carries his backup knife elsewhere. His insights may inspire you to change your carry location ... Full Tip

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LAPD grieves as 2 off-duty officers die within hours
[Los Angeles, CA]

N.J. officer seriously injured in car dragging
[Newark, NJ]

Calif. officer shoots suspect who tried to run him over
[Rancho Cordova, CA]

Philadelphia police fatally shoot 2 suspects
[Philadelphia, PA]
Officer Down

Officer George Cortez
Phoenix, Arizona


23-year-old Ariz.
officer fatally shot

End of Watch: July 30, 2007

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