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Week-428-March-09-2009

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Week 428
March 9, 2009

Editor's Note:

In today’s headlines you’ll see an article about President Obama visiting the graduation ceremony for police recruits hired with money from the economic stimulus package.

With nearly $4B for LE in the stimulus bill, a lot of agencies have begun to navigate the process to apply for — and win — grant funding. If you’ve secured grant funding recently we want to hear from you.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor


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Ill. man opens fire in church, kills pastor



An Illinois State Police officer walks a bag in to the Emergency Room at St. Louis University Hospital after a gunman walked down the aisle of a church during a Sunday service and killed the pastor. (AP Photo)

MARYVILLE, Ill. — A man suspected of killing a pastor with a barrage of shots that ripped through the church leader's Bible was in serious condition Monday from stab wounds he suffered in the confrontation, and authorities expect to charge him soon.

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For about 20 years I’ve ended my use-of-force lectures around the country with a PowerPoint slide that asks this question: “If we can put a man on the moon and return him safely to Earth, why can’t we put a man on the ground and take him safely to jail?” Jack gave the world’s cops the right tool to put a man on the ground. Thanks, Jack. Thanks for all the good you did for the world. And thanks for being such a good friend ... Full Story
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