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Week 404
Sept. 26, 2008

Editor's Note:

Despite high fuel prices, law enforcement agencies across the United States continue to task their aviation units with missions as varied as drug interdiction, suspect pursuit and counterterrorism surveillance.

PoliceOne is proud to introduce Aviation Columnist Ken Solosky as the newest addition to our roster of writers. Formerly the Chief Pilot for the NYPD Aviation Unit, Ken is now Chief Pilot for the Newark (N.J.) Police Department and is the founder, president and lead instructor for Code Red Training. Ken will be writing about – among other things – how airborne and patrol officers can best work together.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor

Police Aviation
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Amtrak police officers Douglas Davison, left, and Keith Goerz, demonstrate the equipment they will carry as part of new security sweeps earlier this year.
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WASHINGTON — Amtrak Office of Security Strategy and Special Operations (OSSSO), Amtrak Police, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) personnel and officers from approximately 100 commuter rail, state, and local police agencies mobilized Tuesday for the largest joint, simultaneous Northeast rail security operation of its kind, involving 150 railway stations between Fredericksburg, Virginia, and Essex Junction, Vermont ... Full Story


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News and Announcements

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Comment of the Week

"The innocent cousin of the emu, Big Bird, has claimed harassment & profiling because of their large, feathery size. Attorney Foghorn Leghorn will represent the family in the civil rights lawsuit."

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TASER ends emu scamper on Penn. highway
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