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IN THIS ISSUE
 P1 Humor: Welfare checks
 Read a canine as you would a human
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Featured News

Miami FOP defends cop driving 120 mph
The Miami Fraternal Order of Police defended one of its officers who was pulled over by a state trooper while driving a police cruiser 120 mph. (WPLG 10) Late for work
Today's Top Stories:
TASERs justified in weightlifter attack at NY gym: Witnesses said that the man was acting strange when he arrived at the gym
5 now charged in LA SWAT weapons theft: Police say the weapons couldn't fire live rounds, but the theft was embarrassing
4 arrested in alleged ricin attack plot
SC sheriff urges women to carry guns
Video: Utah police chase stolen front loader
Guilty plea set next week in Mich. scheme to kill cops
'U raise 'em, we cage 'em' t-shirts draw criticism
Video: Train slams car; Officers save woman, baby inside
P1 Humor Corner
That's tacti-cool!
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
It wouldn’t surprise me if the next video these guys produce features an AR system mounted to a wheelbarrow ... Truth in humor
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P1 Humor Corner
Welfare checks
By Mike Peterson, PoliceOne Columnist
No cop enjoys getting dispatched to a ‘welfare check’ even if you know that 99.9 percent of those calls have a good outcome. It’s that 0.01 percent that can make for a really memorable call ... Passive aggressive notes
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K-9s attack UFC fighters
The UFC's Frank Mir, Forrest Griffin, Dan Hardy and Stephan Bonnar work as tackling dummies at the Las Vegas PD's 21st Annual K-9 Trials.
5 most popular videos for October
Among our top videos was surveillance footage of a pretty stupid criminal and a feel-good story of a boy who idolized police.
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Tactical Tip
Don't shoot! Read a canine as you would a human
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Dogs are highly communicative. They communicate through their own body language — movement and positioning of the head, back, legs, all the way to the tail — and they are also very perceptive about the gestural movement and stance of humans ... Dogs smell fear
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