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Week-500-July-26-2010

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Featured News
Migrant shelters in Mexico say they are preparing for new arrivals once police begin enforcing Arizona's new immigration law this Thursday.
Adding beds for deportees
Today's Top Stories:
Why they won't stop shooting in Chicago: Forty people were shot in a span of 59 hours between April 18-20 in 2008; two years later, none have faced charges
Mass. domestic leaves 3 cops injured, woman dead: Man said his girlfriend lunged at him with a knife and tried to set his clothes on fire
Ga. department makes fitness priority
Ex-officer sues NM Dept.
Editorial: Should life sentences be abolished?
Man robs bank in clown pants, fake breasts
Young Kan. cop dies in auto accident
Man's 911 call leads to his own arrest
PoliceOne Exclusive
Dealing with citizens legally carrying a concealed weapon
By Ron Avery, PoliceOne Contributor
With 48 of our 50 states allowing some form of CCW permit, the possibility of encountering a law-abiding, pro-law enforcement person carrying a gun is significant, and growing ...
How to interact with concealed carriers
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Police cruiser crashes in Iowa
Davenport Police released dash-cam video of a Sept. 26, 2009 incident in which two squad cars collided, sending one of the cruisers head-on into a pole.
Milwaukee cops save two from river
When two Milwaukee cops heard a report of an intoxicated woman in a nearby river, they acted immediately. After 17 minutes in the quickly flowing water, they removed the victims safely.
Featured Tip
Providing personal backup
The bond between law enforcement officers is very strong, but often times there are personal boundaries. A sincere inquiry into how things are going and a heartfelt reiteration of the fact that you’re there to support your fellow officer can go a long way ...
Notice changes in behavior
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