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IN THIS ISSUE
 Lessons from the 'Fast and Furious' fiasco
 Setting objectives, measuring results
 Print for Roll Call  View Online  Products  Subscribe Week 563Oct. 14, 2011
Featured News

Mich. police officer killed in pursuit
Officer Trevor Slot was struck and killed by a car driven by two suspected bank robbers who were later shot to death in a shootout with police. (Image WZZM 13) Suspects shot at patrol car
Today's Top Stories:
Pa. officer killed in ambush: Derek Kotecki was killed by a fugitive who threatened police
Kan. deputy dies after falling ill on duty: Russel Geist, 28, had worked with the sheriff's office since 2005
Video: SC trooper's car engulfed in flames during chase
Oakland (Calif.) swears in interim chief
NC woman texts deputy about drug deal
Officer denied bond in Ark. corruption case
Colo. grandmother sues over flash-bang grenade raid
Cops criticized over handling of mentally ill
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Lessons learned from the 'Fast and Furious' fiasco
By Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
One lesson gleaned from the "Fast and Furious" program, which put firearms in the hands of criminals, is that when constructing a new and unique program, it is advisable to use a technique called 'The Bell, The Book, and The Candle' ... Develop rapport
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Urban Shield 2011: Setting objectives, measuring results
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Urban Shield 2011 is designed to strengthen each agency’s preparedness to respond to major emergencies. This year continues to incorporate Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, and Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) teams in improving delivery of service to our communities ... Preparedness model
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Security tackle football field streaker
If you're working security, how do you apprehend a streaker? The fence sure helped.
Did You Know? - Seatbelts
Not wearing your seatbelt could cost you your life. Buckle up.
P1 First Person
Working the recovery at WTC
By Corey Cuneo, PoliceOne Member
The remains of every NYPD officer recovered was done on a shift in which I was working. It is a fact of which I am extremely proud. Retirees came to help
Pryme Features New Patented Comply Tips
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Tactical Tip
Tech-savvy cops can prevent terrorism
By Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith, PoliceOne Columnist
30% of terror attacks have been prevented by local law enforcement. Use the computer and be in touch with other law enforcers to keep an eye out ... Intelligence on the web
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P1 Photo of the Week
Show us your teeth

Pictured are Shaun Inlow of the Georgetown Police in Georgetown, Ohio and his K-9 Gabber, a 4-year-old German Shepherd. "He's the department's first and only dog. He's been on the road for about 2 years, and he lives with me as my own," says Inlow.

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