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Week-525-January-17-2011

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IN THIS ISSUE
 When the 'experts' have it all wrong
 Video: Traffic stop gets crazy, cop keeps his cool
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

We’re on the eve of kickoff for SHOT Show 2011 in Las Vegas, where we celebrate the official launch of the PoliceOne Academy, an online video training resource for law enforcement. Our crew has set up the PoliceOne booth (#8510) and we’re prowling for leads on the coolest new products to be revealed this week. Send us an email if you’re not in Vegas, or pay us a visit in person if you are.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Featured News

Video: Council misled in recruit's death?
After the release of controversial training video, investigators are trying to determine how and why recruit John Kohn died shortly after a ground fighting exercise. Punched in head
Today's Top Stories:
The Zetas' reign of terror in Mexico:
Formed in the late '90s from a small group of elite soldiers who left the Mexican military

15 years later, officer dies of injuries:
Texas cop was struck by a car in 1996 while chasing a man on foot after a hit-and-run

Police arrest suspect in townhouse killing of NJ officer
Ind. officer charged again in fatal crash
Retired NJ cops: We're owed money
Calif. cop-killer's conviction upheld
Guardian Angels start Camden patrols
Calif. to impose new law on ammo
PoliceOne Exclusive
When the 'experts' have it all wrong
By Capt. Travis Yates, PoliceOne Columnist
I recently read an article about a police chase in which two "experts" said the pursuit “should have never happened” because the suspect involved was only wanted on non-violent crimes. ... 'Tire-blowing spike strips'
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The Next Generation Ford Police Interceptor
Totally redesigned and reengineered specifically for the law enforcement needs of the future: The Ford Police Interceptor, the next generation of a vehicle that has long been a steadfast workday partner for the nation's police and security professionals. This new Ford Police Interceptor has been built for one purpose: Yours.
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PoliceOne Exclusive
New education sessions for cops
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
The XWT wireless target retrieval system is gaining traction following its announcement at SHOT 2010. Meggitt Training Systems will give cops a closer look at this year’s show ... Wireless touchscreen tablet
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Sponsored by: Safariland
How to become a police officer
It's a rigorous process and you must have a lot of patience. It may take anywhere from three months to a year from the time you apply, but if you put your mind to it, you'll make it happen.
Traffic stop gets loud and crazy
This traffic stop took place in 1992, on the day Bill Clinton gave his presidential acceptance speech. What do you think about the officer’s laid-back approach as the subject gets progressively angrier?
Be Prepared with the Reeves ICP Trailer
The newly remodeled Reeves Incident Command Post (ICP) Trailer is a lightweight, mobile solution to bringing operations directly to the incident scene. Consisting of a state-of-the-art trailer and shelter that can be set up in minutes, the ICP ensures that responders have the space they need during any critical situation.
Locate a Reeves EMS distributor today
Tactical Tip
Are you an approachable officer?
In the event that a community member needed to reach out to an authority figure to report suspicious activity, like in the case of Jared Loughner, do you seem like an officer who is approachable and helpful? Or do you project a hard demeanor? ...
No guarantees
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Laguna's 3P X-Treme Tough Seats Just Got Tougher
The material used to make the 3P X-Treme seat brings an unrivaled seat to the market. The 3P X-Treme seat carries a no small print 5 year warranty against breakage or cracking. The 3P X-Treme will be used on all past and new model vehicles.
Enhance officer and detainee safety with the 3P X-Treme

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