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Week-508-September-20-2010

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Featured News
The chief pleaded for cops nationwide to help find a convicted sex offender accused of killing his daughter, whose body was found this weekend in a self-storage unit. LEO brotherhood
Today's Top Stories:
Off-duty cop kills gunman in domestic:
Man took the gun into the home of his estranged wife and was greeted by the cop
FBI criticized for war-rally surveillance:
Agency told Congress the surveillance in Pa. was related to a terrorism investigation
Maine cops help fix mental health crisis
FBI sends 'Draw Mohammed' cartoonist into hiding
Liquor-control cop jailed for bar scam
Kidnapping suspect shot by Ore. cops
Cops nab 'Darth Vader' robbery suspect
Wash. woman stabs man for feet insult
Guard sells border fence scraps, gets jail
PoliceOne Exclusive
Building an interdiction unit from scratch
By Lt. Andrew Hawkes, PoliceOne Contributor
Is your agency strapped for cash and manpower, but in need of a highway drug-interdiction unit? Here's how, with a bit of determination, you can establish one ... A Sergeant’s example
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Man hit by TASER gets mad, and sick
A Kansas officer hits a drunk suspect with a TASER after he attempts to flee. An educational (and entertaining) conversation ensues.
Amazing police motorcycle skills
We're not sure where or when this footage was taken (possibly in Rome) and it may even be a poor use of police resources, but the motorcycle riding is definitely impressive.
PoliceOne Exclusive
Good report writing for less lethal use-of-force incidents
By Tom Munsey, PoliceOne Contributor
Too often, after a difficult use-of-force situation, cops rush to complete their reports immediately. While this can bring a sense of closure, it can also lead to serious problems later ...
Take your time
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Featured Tip
Check car tires for weapons
If you approach a suspect who is leaning against a car, check the tops of the tires early in the contact. That can be a hiding spot for a handgun or any other dangerous weapon ...
Tough to spot
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