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A convicted murderer and his fiance who helped him escape from prison were arrested Friday morning when a Forest Ranger spotted them in an Arizona campground ... Swarmed by SWAT
Today's Top Stories:
$80 million in drugs seized in Calif.: Hundreds of pounds of meth and 20 kilos of cocaine were scattered around the house
Video: Pursuit ends on Dallas runway: Love Field Airport was shut down when a long chase led cops onto an active runway
Texas cop dies in motorcycle accident
Scandals linger for New Orleans cops
National Black Police want pot legalized
Video: Philippines cops accused of torture
Mo. man gets prison for Obama threat
Video: Bees trap NC deputy in squad
ACLU suit challenges ban on filming cops
Video: Guard tackles deaf shoplifter
PoliceOne Exclusive
Personal watercrafts for marine units
By Tom Burrell, PoliceOne Contributor
Much in the same way that Segways and bicycles have been embraced by departments on land, personal watercrafts should be considered for maritime units. Their versatility allows them go places no boat could fit ... 10 good reasons
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Motorcycle cop struck by vehicle
This incident is thought to have happened in the Netherlands. After merging onto a highway and attempting to divert traffic, the cop is badly struck. The severity of his injuries are unknown.
Raw video: Cops fight man on bridge
A man walking his dogs in downtown Denver had a violent confrontation with police. He claims that the cops used excessive force in the altercation.
PoliceOne Exclusive
Back to basics: Federal grant budgets
By Denise Schlegel, PoliceOne Contributor
Everything costs money, which is important to remember when developing a grant. It’s all about the details, so read the proposal carefully and list every single expense, otherwise you might come up short ... List of important items
P1 First Person
The science of excited delirium
By Cpl. Jordan Ferguson, Spokane (Wash.) PD
Humans are animals. We eat, drink, and sleep just like animals. The only thing that separates us is our brain. Whether it was through divine intervention or natural evolution, the result is the same: Our brain is just better.
Even under intense stress?
Video Tip
Keys to effective gun-belt setup

The key is having a functional system. Whether it’s your baton, your OC, your pistol or your TASER, you must be able to reach any piece of equipment with either hand at any time ...

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