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IN THIS ISSUE
 The evolution of the squad car
 IDing as an off-duty LEO to an on-duty officer
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Featured News

Video: Ark. courthouse rampage footage released
Footage shows a gunman, in pursuit of the Circuit Judge, shoot a courthouse employee. The suspect was then shot by officers on the lawn. Police justified in shooting
Today's Top Stories:
State trooper killed in car crash: The Iowa State Patrol continues to investigate State Trooper Mark Toney's fatal crash
NYPD cops disciplined for throwing football with boy: Two officers are appealing the penalty
Discrepancy on officers' drinking a misunderstanding
2 Calif. cops charged in homeless man's death
Video: Vt. trooper asked about immigrant policy
Death row inmate Troy Davis' plea rejected
Former APD SWAT cop can never own a gun
FBI: Fugitive siblings prepared for gun fight
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By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
In 1995, Ollie Tate attempted to murder Officer Tony Luketic. Now the 79-year-old Tate is up for parole, and the Ohio Parole Board has laid out some very specific parameters for letters written arguing against his potential freedom ... Keep him behind bars
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The evolution of the squad car
By Lt. Andrew Hawkes, PoliceOne Columnist
My first patrol car, a 1988 Ford Crown Vic, had a vinyl bench seat, loose steering, and floated up and down over bumps like the SS Minnow being tossed at sea. Today there are so many important factors to consider when searching for a patrol vehicle for your agency ... What was your first patrol car?
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Woman pinned under truck on dash cam
After a traffic stop, Jona Zeigler fled police and became trapped under her vehicle.
Man struck by Taser, jumps off balcony
A Toronto man had threatened to jump before officers deployed a Taser. He was in stable condition after a 27-foot fall.
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Tactical Tip
IDing yourself as an off-duty LEO to an on-duty officer
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
If you’re off duty and end up responding to an incident, your only truly safe course of action when the uniformed officer shows up is to quickly and completely comply with that cop's commands ... Challenges of self-identification
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