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Week-357-October-29-2007

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Week 357
October 29, 2007
Klugie's Corner
Tips for transporting combative/non-compliant suspects
Q: What is the best way to extract an uncooperative/assaultive suspect from the backseat of a squad car?

A: There is no easy answer for how to get a noncompliant/resisting/assaultive prisoner out the back of a vehicle. The bottom line is that you have a prisoner who, for all practical purposes, is like an animal backed into his cave who is very dangerous ... Full Story


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HOUSTON, Texas — A man accused of shooting an off-duty Houston police officer was found dead Sunday.

The suspect, Eric Titov, was arrested by an off-duty officer. Titov was handcuffed behind his back when he produced a pistol and shot the officer.

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Gunman wounds Phila. officer; suspect fatally shot
[Philadelphia, PA]

Off-duty Fla. officer dies in turnpike crash
[Boca Raton, FL]

Utah police pull over 774 vehicles in DUI patrol
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Ore. police seek driver who rammed two patrol cars
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Fla. officer dies in ATV
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End of Watch: October 27, 2007

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Calif. deputy hit by teen driver in chase
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Officer Down


Trooper Brian McMillen Illiopolis, Illinois

Ill. trooper in fatal crash while responding to call

End of Watch: October 28, 2007

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