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 'It was me, the gunman, and God'
 Video: A bizarre traffic stop you must see
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

We’re pleased to introduce Dennis Haworth as the newest addition to the PoliceOne roster of writers. Haworth is a police officer with a California state law enforcement agency and has been a law enforcement range master and armorer for more than a decade. Dennis will write on a wide range of issues, but his core focus will revolve around law enforcement firearms training and equipment. For his debut, we’ve set Dennis for a "three round burst" related to his experience in selecting patrol rifles for his agency. Check out those three stories and let Dennis know what you think.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
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'It was me, the gunman, and God'
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
When a 24-year-old gunman opened fire on the parishioners of the New Life Church in Colorado, Officer Jeanne Assam pulled her gun from the waist of her jeans, and sprinted down a hallway toward the shooter ... Video: The officer's story
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A Digital In-Car Video System Strong Enough to Carry the Federal Signal Name
Federal Signal introduces DTX, digital in-car video system, for easy capture of critical events. DTX records activity to the front of the vehicle and the rear-seat. Wireless microphones record inside the vehicle and up to 1,500 ft of sight range. DTX allows for live video streaming, remote viewing and automated video download.
Check out the features of the DTX system
PoliceOne Exclusive
Patrol rifles: A systems approach
By Dennis Haworth, PoliceOne Contributor
My department's patrol rifles will likely be in service long after I am dead. That's why I want them to comply not only with current standards, but they should be adaptable as well, so that they can be used in the future ... Part 1: Looking at all variables
Part 3: Single-point sling swivel for your AR-15
Sponsored by: Safariland
A bizarre traffic stop you must see (Part 1)
Words cannot describe this traffic stop, which was filmed by a driver in Ontario, Canada. Click the link and prepare to be amused, and slightly annoyed.
A bizarre traffic stop you must see (Part 2)
Did you watch the first one? If not, you're missing out. You are guaranteed to experience some combination of amusement, anger, and probably a little bit of confusion.
Now Available 2011 Dodge Charger Vehicle Specific 24" Console
Havis announces new 24” Vehicle Specific Console for 2011 Dodge Charger Police Package. Custom fit console uses OEM floor mounts with no permanent vehicle modification required. Includes: filler plates, equipment brackets, two 12v lighter plug outlets, and vehicle mounting kit. Part # C-VS-2400-CHGR-2.
Request a quote today at Havis.com
Tactical Tip
Keep suspects on a short leash
Not every agency will have the words "hobble strap" in their P&P manual, but if yours does, today's tactical tip offers one way to keep a suspect with happy feet on a short leash ... That extra hold
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