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 A tribute to the fallen warriors of 9/11
 Hurting ourselves and our training
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Heroics in St. Petersburg
While hiding in an attic last month, Hydra Lacy Jr. tricked police into thinking he had given up before shooting one officer in the head and then killing a second who came to his rescue
Heroism ensues
Today's Top Stories:
SFPD gets green light to study TASERs:
If the commission had voted "no" it would have all but killed the TASER conversation

Video: Dallas cop fired for kick to head: Officers say he became enraged after the suspect fell on him during a brief struggle
Capt. reassigned following flap over mosque
Video: Cop thrown 15 feet in icy wreck
Hiker finds Utah ranger who died of heart attack
Video: Man cited for filming sleeping cops
17 Md. cops charged in extortion scheme
Saudi man charged with terrorist bomb plot involving dolls and baby carriages
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Hurting ourselves and our training
By Maj. Steve Ijames, PoliceOne Contributor
Training for real-life scenarios can be dangerous, but focusing on risk/benefit analysis can help trainers more safely replicate circumstances officers are likely to face on the street ... Pick our battles wisely
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Meggitt Offers Free Grant Research & Support
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A tribute to the fallen warriors of 9/11
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
We’re approaching the 10-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack. We must never forget that among the nearly 3,000 Americans who were murdered that day, 23 were NYPD officers and 37 were Port Authority officers ...
Our momentum builds
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My gear at the VTAC courses
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By Andrew L. Butts, Supervisory Border Agent
Good guns, good ammo, good optics and good training. What more can an officer ask for? Ruger SR556
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Watch this graphic seatbelt PSA
"Since you'll never get to see your own face hit the windshield..."
Amazing Grace: Tribute to ICE agent killed in Mexico
"Somebody killed a policeman today and part of America died. A piece of our country he swore to protect will be buried with him at his side..."
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Tactical Tip
Giving closure to your dispatchers
Dispatchers are police officers' brothers and sisters. They are part of the family and part of the team. Getting the best out of them will make your job safer and easier ... They live vicariously through you
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Introducing The World’s Smallest High-Resolution LPR Camera: AutoVu SharpX
The AutoVu SharpX is an IP-based license plate recognition (LPR) camera designed for law enforcement. The AutoVu SharpX offers the highest read rates in the industry and a fully equipped vehicle is able to capture up to 5000 license plates per minute, up to differential speeds of 200 MPH (320km/h) and across three lanes of traffic.
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
K-9 in January

This week’s photo is from PoliceOne Member member Troy Denneson of the Minnetonka Police K-9 Unit. We know it's not January anymore, but that doesn't mean this K-9 is done playing in the snow.

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