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Week 433
April 17, 2009
Editor's Note:

We're happy to welcome PoliceOne contributor Tony Blauer back to the site. Every few months, Tony will share his insight about close-quarters combat training and tactics. In addition, PoliceOne members also have the opportunity to ask Tony questions about defensive tactics.

Send your question to tony.blauer@policeone.com with "P1 Q&A" in the subject line. Every question will be carefully reviewed, but due to expected volume, not all questions will be answered.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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Alcohol-related arrests of off duty LEOs a growing problem



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There has been a dramatic increase in the number of police officers arrested for alcohol-related offenses in recent years, suggesting a growing drinking problem among LEOs.

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Facing a subject schooled in MMA
As the popularity of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) skyrockets, it becomes another safety concern for the law enforcement community. Will you be ready for a sudden attack? How will you defend yourself? These questions are added emotional baggage for recruits or incumbent officers, but how valid is the threat? In this article we will look at some thoughts about facing a subject schooled in MMA ... Full Column
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When the Mexican drug trade hits the border

Musical Pa. officer lifts spirits of those who serve

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