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 Mental well-being and the 'cop matrix'
 Video: From Drugs to Mugs
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

We’re pleased to introduce Dave Edmonds as the newest addition to the PoliceOne roster of writers. Edmonds, a Captain with the Sonoma County (Calif.) Sheriff’s Office, will occasionally contribute PoliceOne columns intended to provoke thought and to encourage LEOs to pursue their personal best both on and off duty. For his debut, Dave examines this concept through the eyes of the two main characters in the movie, The Matrix. Check it out and let us know what you think.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
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Mental well-being & the 'cop matrix'
By Dave Edmonds, PoliceOne Contributor
We all took different paths to get here, but it was choice, not fate, which brought you to this unique career. In a sense, you work in a Matrix, protecting those who only see part of reality ... How did you get here?
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1960s Police Drug Training
Take a trip into the 1960s for a lesson on how to identify marijuana cigarettes and the oh-so-potent hashish.
From Drugs to Mugs
This video, from the makers of “Faces of Meth,” features interviews with incarcerated substance abusers and explores the factors that played into their decision to experiment with drugs.
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Tactical Tip
Keep those cuffed hands behind them
By Rich Von Voigt, PoliceOne Member
This is for any time you have someone who might be a flight risk, which is always. After cuffing them behind, you can use a second set of cuffs to secure the first set to their belt ... Other safety options
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