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Week 423
February 6, 2009

Editor's Note:

West Memphis Police, Arkansas State Police, and members of the ATF lab in Atlanta are collaborating to solve the recent bombing in Arkansas that has left them at a “dead end.” Invariably when different agencies work the investigation after an event like this, they have to meet the challenges of effective inter-agency communication. Check out the PoliceOne Communications Topic page for articles and tips that examine information sharing, mobility, and wireless technologies.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor


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Officer Ryan Chrysler, left, gets the Hurst/Luzio Award, from Ted Kaczorowski and Sgt. Tony Luzio Sr., fathers of the men for whom the award is named.
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Officer's gun used in shooting death
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Details emerge in police shootout that resulted in bystander's death
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Retired cop charged with impersonating
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Washington state launches new prison gang unit
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Ariz. sheriff to house illegals separately
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Ill. officer slain in 1853 finally honored
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Fla. officer resigns after KKK allegations
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