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 Avoiding force-related charges
 Video: Woman attacks Caddy with chair
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Ark. officer killed during traffic stop
Ark. Officer Jonathan Schmidt was shot and killed during a traffic stop Tuesday night when the suspect suddenly opened fire. Shooter in custody
Today's Top Stories:
$2 million awarded to Los Angeles officers who alleged ticket quota: Sued in 2009 alleging that their captain required each motorcycle officer to write 18 tickets per shift
Editorial: Three ways to honor fallen Tenn. officer: A refreshing take on how a Tenn. city can better support police
Officer braves cold water to rescue bridge jumper
Pittsburgh PD reviewing arrest of man at PNC Park
Video: Controversial Ill. arrest video shown
Man sentenced to 14 years in Calif. officer's killing
Study: Police increasingly peeping at Facebook, email, instant messages
Video: Suspect flees in wild Ga. chase
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How to avoid criminal charges by planning ahead
By Dave Grossi, P1 Columnist
Part 2: It’s not enough anymore that you be right in your force applications — you also have to be able to explain why you were right. Here's how to prepare to do just that ... Know your lawyer
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Woman smashes Caddy after squad pulls away
Watch what this woman does to a Cadillac with a folding chair after a squad pulls away from a domestic call.
Advice on motorcycle traffic stops
Quick video tip from PoliceTrainingFilms.com about using your gloves during stops.
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Tactical Tip
Use 'hooded drills' for maximum impact in minimum time
By Chuck Remsberg
Hooded reaction drills have been used to sharpen elite special ops teams in the military for years, but they seem to have made relatively little penetration into police training. Too bad, because they’re a low-cost means of delivering max intensity to trainees in a minimum amount of time ... Videotape for review
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