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Week-391-June-27-2008

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Week 391
June 27, 2008
 
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Back-up guns: Asset or liability?
I retired from a department in upstate New York that frowned on back-up guns. Well, frowned on is too polite. Prohibited is more accurate. Try as we might, my Firearms/Force Training Unit members and I were never able to convince the powers-that-be that back-up guns, properly registered with the Chief's Office and backed up with training and certification, were an essential piece of equipment for cops in our jurisdiction... Full Story
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Immigration crackdown in Arizona yields arrests, protests



Deputies stand outside the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Sub-Station in Mesa, Ariz. during Sheriff Joe Arpaio's crackdown of immigration and other criminal violators. (AP Photo)


MESA, Ariz. — A sheriff's crackdown on immigration and other criminal violators in Mesa produced 28 arrests by Thursday night and inspired a protest by 80 people who accused him of racial profiling.

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who launched three similar sweeps in Phoenix and neighboring Guadalupe during the spring, said the 100 deputies and posse volunteers he sent to Mesa were focused on confronting a wide range of criminal violations, not just infractions of immigration law ... Full Story


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Family apologizes to Fla. officer in shooting
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Standoff leaves Chicago woman, gunman dead
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Philly man arrested over anti-police video
[Philadelphia, PA]

L.A. police arrest 28 in gang-ridden neighborhood
[Los Angeles, CA]

4 Detroit men arraigned in 3 police chases
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P1 Member Photo of the Week

Aiken PD special response team members move under the cover of a ballistic shield.
Submitted by: Aaron Dowdy, Aiken (S.C.) PD.
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