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 Be active: immediately engage when responding to shooter
 Department size and street 'cred'
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Searching female subjects
Police finally noticed the gun shoved right down this woman's pants.
Do it 'right' every time
Today's Top Stories:
Mass. state trooper cleared in fatal shooting: Trooper who killed a suspected drug dealer was justified in use of force
Mont. police search for anti-government fugitive: Former Montana militia leader planned for a gunfight with sheriff's deputies
ATF weapons operation under scrutiny
Top drug-searching K-9 shot by animal control
Parolee releases child after standoff with cops
Supreme Court rules on illegal searches
Film spotlights NY sex-crimes prosecutors
Cop killer on Fla. death row claims mental illness
PoliceOne Exclusive
Active shooter response for the individual officer
By Chuck Joyner, PoliceOne Columnist
In the post 9/11 world, we now know if active shooters or terrorists take over a hotel, public event, or school, they probably have no interest in money or escape ... Rethinking our tactics
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    P1 First Person
    Street 'cred'
    By Joel Shults, PoliceOne Columnist
    This week's essay comes from Joel Shults, Chief of Police for Adams State College PD in Colorado, who writes about the perception that cops whose agencies number in the dozens of sworn LEOs somehow lack the 'cred' of agencies that have hundreds ... By the numbers
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    Texas officer shoots violator in Wal-Mart lot
    A Texas officer responds quickly to a suspect with a gun who approaches him in a Wal-Mart parking lot.
    Riot in Vancouver
    Police examine tactics following Wednesday night's riot in Vancouver.
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    Tactical Tip
    Disarming an assailant who has taken you hostage
    Acie Mitchell, founder and chief trainer for TNT Defense, addresses what to do when an assailant comes up quickly from the rear, points a gun to your head, and takes you hostage.
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    Retired LEOs, Are Your Assets Protected if You Must Use Deadly Force?
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    P1 Member Photo of the Week
    P1 Photo of the Week: On top of 'A' mountain

    This week's photo comes from Officer Steve Tucker of the Tempe Police Department. He says, "Our town is the home to Arizona State University. A famous landmark in our town is 'A' mountain."

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