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 Teaching recruits the 'tactical M&Ms'
 Watch what you say in media statements
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

Two years ago, four law enforcers were gunned down in cold blood by a man who had been released on bail less than a week prior to his ambush at a coffee shop in Lakewood, Washington. In today’s newsletter, we’ve compiled some of our columnist coverage, as well as the award-winning video which first aired on the one-year anniversary of the deadly attack. Everyone at PoliceOne continues to mourn alongside the friends, family, and fellow LEOs so deeply affected by this tragic incident.

Stay strong, stay safe.


PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
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News Analysis:
Suicide by cop: Prevention, response and recovery
 By Dr. Laurence Miller, PoliceOne Columnist
It’s been estimated that approximately ten percent of the 600 police shootings a year in the US are provoked SBC incidents. Even if you don’t buy my Freudian analyses, you still have to admit that SBC situations can be difficult to deal with; no cop likes the feeling of having been baited and manipulated to kill another person. For that reason, read these recommendations for moving on. 4 coping strategies
Training to Think
Teaching recruits the 'tactical M&Ms'
By Steve Papenfuhs, PoliceOne Contributor
FTOs play an important role in the development of young officers, such as in the instruction of maximizing advantage, minimizing exposure, and maintaining the ability to maneuver ... Questions you should ask recruits
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Living with the Sacrifice
Are you willing to help a cop living with the sacrifice?
By Barbara Schwartz, PoliceOne Contributor
If you are in crisis, don’t reach for the bottle or the beer can. The culture of law enforcement makes it difficult for many to reach out in times of need, but please don’t hesitate to reach out to PoliceOne and ask for help ... Healing can take a lifetime
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The legacy of the Lakewood four
This video commemorates the one-year anniversary of the Lakewood ambush. Now, two years later we take another look and continue to mourn the fallen.
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In Memoriam
Remembering Lakewood
By PoliceOne Columnists & Contributors
It's been two years since Sgt. Mark Renninger, Officer Ronald Owens, Officer Tina Griswold and Officer Greg Richards were gunned down at Forza Coffee shop in Lakewood, Washington. Remember the fallen heroes
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Tactical Tip
Watch what you say in media statements
By Lindsey Bertomen, PoliceOne Columnist
This is a tactical tip for administrators. When I teach I prompt my students to produce transparent statements that discuss the mechanics of the situation. After all, post critical incident information is often limited ... No legal conclusions or speculations
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