The fourth installment of the notorious Grand Theft Auto video game series hit shelves this week. As with other versions, it involves carjacking, fleeing from (and killing) police, drunk driving and random homicide. Not surprisingly, it elicits strong responses. Some feel it’s "just a game" and nothing more. Others say it glorifies violence and crime--particularly against police--to a dangerous level.
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In today's P1 tactical tip, a member shares a creative way to help you gain permission to search a suspicious vehicle during a traffic stop.
His idea of using a believable and seemingly harmless reason for asking to search — other than an interest in actually finding contraband — and backing it up with body language could potentially help you get to an otherwise difficult bust ...Full Tip
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