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Week-536-April-04-2011

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 Time to recharge your uniform
 Are criminals with iPhones monitoring you?
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

It seems that every time a cop is covered in a positive light by the mainstream media, the item quickly fades from the headlines, only to be replaced by some negative story. Beginning today, we’re going to remedy that by highlighting unsung acts of heroism in law enforcement — those small but special things LEOs do to change the lives of people they encounter every day. If you have a story to tell, just send us an email. We’d be delighted to hear from you.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Featured News

Parolee kills Tenn. cop
51-year-old Sgt. James Chapin was fatally shot in the head by fugitive parolee Jesse Mathews while responding to a robbery at a pawn shop over the weekend. 'Hearts are heavy'
Today's Top Stories:
Are we policing the borders incorrectly?: "It's sexy to say you're the crime fighter,” a trade rep said of current border security
Wash. K-9 stabbed to deathin pursuit: Kane was stabbed while trying to detain a suspect who fled after ramming cops
Ohio limits union power; cops included
Calif. officer shot on domestic call
Calif. town to outsource police duties
'Crash tax' targets out-of-towners
Cops impound daughter's car; dad sues
Medical pot users want gun rights
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Maritime policing: 10 years since 9/11
By Tom Burrell, PoliceOne Contributor
A decade ago, maritime law enforcement was relatively unknown outside the police community. Funding was low and staffing was not a priority. But when the twin towers fell, much of that changed ... How far we’ve come
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The Live I Saved
Fire and ice in Amherst (Mass.)
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Officer David Rhoades waded into a freezing river and pulled an 83-year-old man to the icy shoreline, where Officer James Damouras was waiting to help carry the man to safety ...
A man’s proudest moments
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Chase ends in hard crash
"Comin' up to 30th Street, still eastbound ... Comin' up to 40th ... We've got three occupants I believe! ... He's gonna lose it! He’s gonna lose it!"
THOR gets hit with TASER
The old comic character Thor has now been made into a Hollywood movie. He has now also been hit with a TASER.
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Tactical Tip
Are criminals with iPhones and Droids monitoring you?
By James Ore, Marshall Co. (Ind.) Sheriff
This app allows users to listen to police activities around the world from the palm of their hand. Like a scanner, all you do is type in the county you want and the phones can tap in ... Just $2.99
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Meggitt Sponsors ILEETA Cup for 5th Consecutive Year
Compete in the Meggitt sponsored ILEETA Cup shooting competition during the ILEETA conference and expo. Proceeds benefit the ILEETA Scholarship Fund, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and C.O.P.S. (Concerns of Police Survivors). Visit Meggitt at ILEETA, April 10-16; Booth 317 and River Ballroom B.
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