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IN THIS ISSUE
 A vehicle pursuit is actually an unlawful flight
 Cuffing caution: Watch for 'lubed' wrists
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Ex-cop: Stopping Ohio gunman 'natural'
Former police officer Michael Lavery is credited with helping stop a gunman who police say killed seven people.
"It's part of my DNA"
Today's Top Stories:
DPS Officer killed in head-on crash:
Sixty-three-year-old Corporal John Kendall crossed over the median

Video: Police TASER gun-wielding suspect: Video captures police using TASER on an armed man who wouldn't drop gun
FBI: Sibling suspects captured in Colo.
LAPD expands 'Grim Sleeper' probe
10 years later, NY responders communicate better
School bus driver fired after helping cops
Cop impersonator jailed for child porn
SWAT surrounds Fla. store after 3 shot, 1 later dies
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Overcriminalization and officer safety
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PoliceOne Exclusive
A vehicle pursuit is actually an unlawful flight
By Lt. Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
In all my years as a police officer, I have watched department policies and civil litigation pile the blame on officers when pursuits go bad — as if the pursuit was some sort of evil concoction contrived by a bored beat officer ... Flight demands pursuit
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London riots: YouTube videos capture chaos
The riots touched off last Thursday, but have since evolved into general chaos and destruction, with UK police trying to put out fires – figuratively and literally.
Texas cop uses patrol car to stop runaway SUV
Dash cam shows a police officer save the life of a man driving a runaway SUV after he put his patrol car in its path.
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Tactical Tip
Cuffing caution: Watch for 'lubed' wrists
By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
If a suspect complains that the cuffs you’ve applied are too tight, don’t immediately assume that he’s telling you the truth and loosen them ... ‘Vaseline’ or ‘ChapStick’
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