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Week 484
04/07/2010
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In April, we're focusing on drug interdiction tactics and strategies. Check out Andrew Hawkes' insights into dealing with decoy vehicles and a new safety tip centered on meth byproducts. If you've got an interdiction-related tip or a "trophy shot" from a big bust, send it in.

And if you haven't already done so, grab a copy of the bestselling book by Chuck Remsberg, Tactics for Criminal Patrol, which features tips to safely turn ordinary traffic stops into major drug trafficking arrests.


— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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