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IN THIS ISSUE
 10 years after 9/11
 Lessons learned from a courthouse shooting
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Featured News

Fullerton chief: Video shows wrongful arrest
This video phone footage contradicts officers' written and verbal accounts of Veth Mam's October arrest.
Department under scrutiny
Today's Top Stories:
Norfolk police recruit's widow files lawsuit: Lawsuit asks for $35 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages
West Memphis Three go free: Trio freed after they agreed to plead guilty to secure the release of one of them from death row
Army civilian police officer dies after test run
First responders excluded from 9/11 ceremony
'Anonymous' posts BART cops' home addresses
Detroit's first free home goes to officer
ACLU: Ban shackling in immigration court
Off-duty NYPD cop arrested on rape charges
PoliceOne Exclusive
Putting cuffs on a sleeping giant
By Duane Wolfe, Contributor
As a fulltime trainer, I now run scenario based training for my students. There are a few little sayings that I try to teach my students regarding officer safety, and one of them is “let sleeping giants sleep” ... 3 helpful sayings
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PoliceOne Exclusive: 9/11 10th Anniversary
10 years after 9/11: Terrorism lessons we (should have) learned
By Richard Fairburn, P1 Columnist
Whether the killers were domestic or international in origin, we must endeavor to never repeat any errors we made in our anticipation, preparation or response to horrific events ... 4 important lessons
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Don't run from the law
A daring suspect tries to run from the law and the bold move ends up in a huge explosion as the vehicle moves through a tollbooth during the pursuit.
Mich. man's feet fail to stop car
Man driving 'Fred Flinstone'-style in a brake-less car struck two vehicles after being unable to stop at a red light.
P1 First Person
Vehicle searches without backup
By Mike Rayburn, PoliceOne Contributor
Cops should never search a vehicle without a cover officer present, but - and this is a BIG but - these things do happen every so often, so here are some safety tips and considerations Safety is paramount
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Reality Training
Lessons learned from a courthouse shooting
In this video, Dave Smith analyzes a courthouse shooting and discusses how important it is to be aware of available cover in any given situation ... Watch the video
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    P1 Photo of the Week
    Lights, camera, action

    Officer Don Walling of the North Olmsted (Ohio) Police Department said his photo-savvy ET wanted to give him a few pointers on taking long exposure pictures. Here's the shot they got.

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