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 Smart plainclothes and off-duty carry
 Tip: Will your weapon be hot when it's cold?
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

A police helicopter crashed on the side of a rugged mountain Monday, killing the civilian pilot and injuring three passengers. Loren Leonberger was not a sworn law officer, and doesn’t have an entry on ODMP or on the P1 Officers Down Page. However, Leonberger was very much a part of the Pima County Sherriff’s Department and will not be forgotten by his colleagues, or by us here at PoliceOne. Nor will we overlook the contributions of countless "civilians" who support the mission of law enforcement.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
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Smart plainclothes and off-duty carry
By Mike Boyle, PoliceOne Contributor
The closest thing many cops get to off-duty carry training is qualifying with their off-duty weapon once or twice per year. That is both unfortunate and unwise ...
Stay switched on
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Tactical Tip
Will your weapon be hot in the cold?
By Charles Remsberg, PoliceOne Columnist
Extreme cold weather has gripped much of the nation this winter, which can cause even the most reliable firearms to experience short-cycles and sluggish operation. Have you weather-tested your weapons? ... Diagnosis: Stiff grease
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