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Week 488
05/07/2010
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Online video has cops sickened, outraged
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A hateful YouTube user recently posted a video praising the killer of Detroit police officer Brian Huff and calling for the murder of more cops. The user is now the subject of an investigation by the Washtenaw County (Mich.) Sheriff's Department, which the user specifically threatened. We spoke with PoliceOne columnists who confirm that the 'War on Cops' is ongoing ... "We need to be a pack of sheepdogs"
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The family of slain Sgt. Steven May signs the hood of the Hummer next to Steven's name in Modesto, Calif. (Photo: Craig Prystay)

According to the Concerns of Police Survivors website, the phrase "Road to Hope" symbolizes the journey that law enforcement survivors must make after the loss of an officer.

For National Police Week, cops are making a 4,000-mile drive across the United States from Vancouver, Canada, to Washington D.C. in a Hummer displaying the names of every officer killed in the line of duty in 2009 ... "Gone but not forgotten"
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Puerto Rico officer killed in helicopter shooting

Fallen Minn. police officer honored in ceremony

Texas teen's alleged police beating angers activists

Calif. deputy stops gunman who killed two

New Orleans mayor seeks federal help to fix police

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Reviewing and analyzing police use of deadly force
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Cops are always being scrutinized. Officers have to constantly articulate, explain and justify their actions — a failure to do so can lead to release of a suspect, civil liability, or criminal charges. Here's a refresher in the implications of deadly use of force and the legal aftermath ... Do your actions meet the legal standard?
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NH police: Bomb scare on Greyhound bus not terrorism

Pa. cops investigating police shooting at playground

Paralyzed Fla. K-9 now back on patrol

Sheriff Joe surprised by Ariz. immigration backlash

Dallas limiting police gear on personal cars

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