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Week 389
June 13, 2008
Editor's note:

PoliceOne welcomes the arrival of Senior Editor Doug Wyllie, who began with us earlier this week. Doug’s penchant for digging deep to surface the kind of useable, law enforcement-specific information mainstream media doesn’t offer will serve PoliceOne and all of the police community well. Feel free to contact Doug via email or phone at (415) 962-5922.

— Scott Buhrmaster, Managing Editor
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Hartford officers partner with state police

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HARTFORD, Conn. — Earlier this week, Hartford Police Chief Daryl K. Roberts met with Connecticut State Police Colonel Thomas Davoren at Hartford Police Headquarters to discuss the role of the Connecticut State Police in the Hartford’s 2008 Safe City Initiative. That meeting resulted in a plan that will place uniformed state troopers in partnership with city officers in an operation that will last through late September ... Full Story

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News and Announcements


Press Release:
Dave Sevigny of Team GLOCK Wins USPSA Area 7
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Attack on N.M. cameraman prompts new APD policy [Albuquerque, NM]

Del. man fatally shot after attacking cops
[Oak Orchard, DE]

Tucson police to get lifesaving bandages
[Tucson, AZ]

Chicago police defend SWAT raid
[Chicago, IL]

Ex-cop pleads guilty to peddling drugs
[Boston, MA]
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Calif. police nab fugitive wanted in N.C.
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Philly cops stop gunmen on street, in bus
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Texas officers shave heads to help fellow cop
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La. police rescue baby during fatal shooting
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