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Week-515-November-10-2010

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Dear PoliceOne Member,

The FCC is seeking comment about the “flexible use” of the 700 MHz public safety narrowband spectrum. Many public safety organizations oppose this because they prefer total allocation to emergency responders.

We encourage you to read the FCC’s release and share your comments. You have until December 3rd.


The PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Featured News
Said in court that a detective asked to see behind her veil in 2002, but the accused kidnapper said her face was covered for religious reasons.
Just months after abduction
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No charges for CIA officer who trashed tapes
Dog dies after UK cops hit it with TASER
Mom arrested while celebrating DCFS case
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Pro football player tweets that he gave cop an autograph and the cop let him go
Featured News
Cops: 'Frienemies' of the Constitution?
Joel F. Shults, PoliceOne Contributor
A person’s Constitutional right to be left alone must be balanced against an officer’s responsibility and mission to interdict crime. In a world where some consider cops a threat to their liberty, where do we stand? ... The role of elected officials
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New iPhone stun gun?
A new iPhone accessory called STUNFONE claims to “transform your iPhone into a stun gun.” You just have to connect the device to your phone and hold down both volume buttons. Is it real?
Russian Police ninja jump kick
Russian cops attempt to arrest a suspect who breaks loose and initiates a fight. Seconds later, one of the cops jump kicks the suspect in the chest, knocking him to the floor.
Featured Content
Advanced data network technology unveiled
The future is not here yet, but it’s not far off. At a conference in Las Vegas this week, Motorola demonstrated over-the-air LTE in 700MHz public-safety system ... Good use of grant monies
Featured Tip
CPR: More hands and less mouth
The American Heart Association now recommends simply pushing down on the victim’s chest rather than first opening the airway and breathing into the mouth ... Ask your CPR trainers
Video News
Diamond heist leads to police donation



Police in Calif. recovered a $20,000 diamond stolen from a local jeweler. The gem is being auctioned off and proceeds will go to the Fresno Police Chief's Foundation.
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