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 DUI stops: The most proactive arrests
 Modify your tactics, defeat the opponent
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Featured News

US kills American al-Qaida militant cleric
U.S. airstrikes in Yemen killed Anwar al-Awlaki, an American militant cleric and a prominent figure in the terror network's most dangerous branch. Priority target
Today's Top Stories:
Sgt. found dead after investigating complaint: A fisherman found the body of Sgt. Paul Stuckey at a ferry landing in La.
Fla. man executed for killing police officer: Manuel Valle, 61, killed an officer during a traffic stop 33 years ago
Deputy sheriff dies after heart attack
Police accused of 2nd assault at Detroit casino
Ala. immigration law stands, but cops wary
300 cops, 10 agencies aid in drug sweep
Ex-cop gets disability pay for depression
Police: Mass. man menaced radio station for song request
News Analysis:
Watch for lone wolf attackers after al-Awlaki's death
 By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
While Anwar al-Awlaki’s death is a significant new blow to al-Qaida, we must resist any temptation to believe it decapitates the organization in a significant way, or that it reduces the overall threat posed by the type of radical Islamist jihadist attacks which are still the most likely to occur here on American soil — the lone wolf. Keep your eyes peeled
PoliceOne Exclusive
DUI arrests: Absorb the pain so others won't
By Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration the average driver that drives impaired does so 80 times a year. Arresting an impaired driver may be a hassle but it is the most proactive, life-saving traffic arrest an officer can make ... Off-duty? Call them in
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CALEA Welcomes Your Attendance in Colorado!
Register for CALEA's Fall Conference at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, November 16 – 19, 2011. Attendees will have access to training on the CALEA Accreditation process, contemporary public safety issues and the application of technology in the public safety environment. Receive training information that is relevant and timely for today's changing world.
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Firearms Training
Modify tactics, defeat the opponent
By Ken Hardesty, PoliceOne Columnist
Mainstream trainers long ago abandoned the philosophy of ‘killing’ trainees during a drill. Those who still practice this should consider alternative measures. Regardless, asking participants how you can better your course pays huge dividends ... “What can we do better?”
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Police, bystanders lift car off child
Police released dash cam footage that shows officers and civilians lift a car off a child pinned underneath.
Man says cop 'choked,' 'punched' him
Video shows the arrest of a New Jersey man who claims officers choked him, then punched him in the groin.
P1 First Person
To the disabled police officer: 'You are not alone'
By Nick Dial, PoliceOne Member
Here I was, a young 25-year-old police officer, suffering from a debilitating back injury, struggling to keep up both physically and emotionally. Mine is a story to share with others, especially fellow disabled officers. It can be devastating
LRAD®; Command Attention Without the Use of Lethal Force
Used by Pittsburgh Police to successfully communicate with and move unruly crowds during the 2009 G20 Summit. "It is designed to get people to do what police want. It makes them uncomfortable but does not hurt them"
- Raymond DeMichiei
Pittsburgh's Deputy Director of Emergency Management and Homeland Security
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Video Tactical Tip
Deadly force cover
with Betsy Brantner-Smith
Watch as a team of officers perform a drill using a shield, 3 handguns and strong verbals to take a suicidal person with an edged weapon into custody ... Watch the video
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Introducing the Police Hobble - the Easiest & Fastest Restraint on the Market Today
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PoliceOne Photo of the Week
Raise the roof

This week's photo comes from Samuel Henard of the Knoxville Police Department in Tenn. We love the range of officers pictured - not to mention the rooftop setting with its cityscape backdrop.

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