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Week 444
June 29, 2009

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From lethal force to alcohol, cadets get straight talk about job pitfalls


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PHILADELPHIA — On Monday, 166 Philadelphia Police Academy cadets graduated and got their badges. This year, with police scrutiny high nationwide, they first got a dose of straight talk about pitfalls that have derailed recruits. In other big cities, training touches on such topics, but Philadelphia now has a more direct, all-inclusive approach: What can get you fired?

Veteran officers spent seven hours telling them all about what could ruin their careers — domestic violence, improper use of lethal force, alcohol abuse, accepting freebies on the job and more ... Full article
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Ohio SWAT team adds paramedics

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Securing an open commercial door

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