Make this page my home page
  1. Drag the home icon in this panel and drop it onto the "house icon" in the tool bar for the browser

  2. Select "Yes" from the popup window and you're done!

Home  >  Newsletter Archive  >  PoliceOne Newsletter  > 

Week-499-July-21-2010

Trouble viewing this e-mail? Read the newsletter online
Dear PoliceOne Member,

We're very happy to announce the release of the PoliceOne iPhone/iPod Touch app, the first police news-related app for mobile phones. The app, which is free to all, is a great way to access all manner of P1 content on the go, from news and tips to photos and expert columns.

We created the app to meet the evolving needs of officers who are increasingly reliant on their mobile devices for accessing news and other resources while serving in the field. We'll be launching similar applications for other mobile devices in the coming months.

We hope those of you with iPhones/iPods will give it a try and let us know what you think. And check out our new iPhone apps section, featuring not only our app but others relevant to law enforcement.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor



Featured sponsor
Featured News
The man who shot and wounded Phoenix police officer Jennifer Moore during a traffic stop pleaded guilty to attempted murder, aggravated assault, and kidnapping.
'You are a worthless piece of...'
Today's Top Stories:
Police deaths up 43 percent this year:
2010 could become one of the deadliest years in the last two decades
Miss. Sheriff killed while laying spike strips: It appears the fleeing man struck the sheriff intentionally
Handcuffed Fla. man opened cruiser door and escaped
Cop saves man from heroin overdose
Groups against Ariz. law plan 'civil disobedience'
Miss. cop dies one month after car wreck
Getaway driver 'horrified' after Pa. cop killed
'Cop Killer' rapper Ice-T arrested in NY
Cops chase Amish boy in horse and buggy
PoliceOne Exclusive
Getting help when you need it
By Lt. Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
Sometimes when officers are alone in street battles, they are surrounded by members of the community, yet few have been trained to ask those bystanders for help. They are not aware that many states allow officers to request or even demand assistance from citizens ... Would-be warriors in waiting
Sponsored by: Safariland
NY cop hit bicyclist, left the scene
This cop has been suspended without pay for hitting a bicyclist and leaving the scene. Surveillance cameras show him pulling the cyclist to the curb, handing him a tissue and then driving off.
Protesters from both sides face off at Mehserle rally
Protesters gather in support of former BART cop Johannes Mehserle, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of 22-year-old Oscar Grant on New Year's Day 2009.
PoliceOne Exclusive
The tip of the spear, blunted by Machiavellian cynicism
By Dave Smith, PoliceOne Columnist
A third off-duty Chicago cop has been killed since May. The murders of these officers highlight what has been referred to as the 'War on Cops,' and yet, the mayor and the media are choosing only to whine about 'gun violence' ...
The casualties are the peacekeepers
Featured Tip
Radical Islam tattoo?
This image of a tattoo belonging to an inmate may indicate radical Islamist affiliation. It was sent to us by a PoliceOne member who believes it comes from the West Bank and might be related to Hezbollah ...
Have you seen this tattoo?
Video News
Mass. State Trooper rescues man from burning vehicle
A Mass. State Trooper saved a Mattapoisett man by pulling him out of an overturned Jeep Grand Cherokee as it burned early Wednesday, state police said.
PoliceOne Member Newsletter
PoliceOne PoliceOne does not send unsolicited messages. You are receiving this email because you have signed up for PoliceOne and subscribed to this newsletter. Visit our Customer Support page or call 888.POLICE1 (888.765.4231) with any SUBSCRIPTION, LOGIN or E-MAIL PROBLEMS.

200 Green Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94111, 888.765.4231

BLUtube PoliceOneTV CalibrePress PoliceGrantsHelp PoliceOne Books