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 How martial arts training can improve officer safety
 Dealing with — and catching — loose horses
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

Today's news brings a solemn reminder of the countless little gestures of kindness performed by police officers every day, none of which typically rise to the level of "newsworthy" in the eyes of mainstream media. That it took the tragic death of Officer Jeremy Henwood - who just before his murder bestowed a simple but touching act of kindness on a boy at a San Diego McDonald's - to make the news is lamentable, but it stands as a fitting final testament to a man roundly praised for his strong character.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
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Video: Slain cop's touching final act
Officer Jeremy Henwood bought a boy cookies from McDonald’s the last time he was seen alive
The character of the fallen hero
Today's Top Stories:
Mo. officer struck, killed by suspect's SUV: Officer Evan Burns was struck and killed by the driver of a stolen vehicle
Pa. detective commits suicide after standoff: Lawrence Carpico worked a string of high-profile cases
After riots, critics question unarmed UK police
Citizens come to injured San Diego cop's aid
Charges dropped in shooting of 2 Chicago cops
Man quits Okla. tower after 6-day standoff
Immigrants stop ICE fingerprint sharing program
Fla. student arrested in school bomb plot
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Legal implications of an OIS under hypoglycemic shock
By Chuck Remsberg, PoliceOne Columnist
Here’s a bizarre officer-involved shooting — and a recent court decision associated with it — that should stir some lively controversy. The officer who pulled the trigger has gotten a break from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th circuit. But is it a break he should have? ... What do you think?
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Officer Safety Feature
How martial arts training can improve officer safety
By Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
There are many situations in which the application of skills learned in the martial arts can help to ensure that a police officer on the street makes it home at the end of the shift ... Master Pak's unforgettable words
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Video: Police chase shirtless man on forklift
Forty-three-year-old Timothy Raines is seen raising and lowering the forks as several police cruisers pursue the vehicle. Raines was “chugging” beer when they passed him.
Video: UK cops hit by car while chasing looters
A green Citroen knocked both officers to the ground early Monday morning after they arrived to answer a call about looters who had hit a clothing store in northeast London.
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Tactical Tip
Dealing with — and catching — loose horses
By Duane Wolfe, PoliceOne Contributor
Horses are large unpredictable animals. Be careful because getting kicked, stepped on, or run over is no fun. Not everyone on patrol will encounter a loose horse ...
5 reminders
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