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Week 435
April 29, 2009

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Police impersonators are becoming an increasing problem. They endanger civilians and erode the trust in law enforcement officers work to maintain. (AP Photo)

DALLAS, Texas — A 21-year-old man claiming to be in the military helped Dallas patrol officers answer calls and make arrests, and he accompanied them on a ride-along, but officials say he was the one taking police for a ride.

The impostor, identified as Ryan Caskey, wore a bulletproof vest and carried a U.S. Marine military police badge and a Glock, which he reportedly drew from its holster during a search. Authorities said Caskey, who is wanted for questioning, claimed to be on an FBI task force ... Full Story
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Law enforcement officers across the country share information everyday about suspected police impersonators that are roaming our streets, conducting traffic stops, committing crimes, often violent in nature, and then driving off into the abyss. Stopping these offenders — or at the very least hindering their illegal operation — doesn’t have to be difficult ... Full Column
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A Boston law firm defending a Massachusetts state trooper in a civil lawsuit recently ran into a worrisome problem. The plaintiff included information about where the trooper lives in his complaint for the case — a move the officer, who claims to have been the subject of death threats, vehemently opposed because of its potentially life-threatening implications ... Full Column
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Earlier this month, we shared a few "emotional first aid" tips that can help you and your family regain and maintain emotional stability after a particularly bad call. Today, we offer a few more ... Full Column
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