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Week-580-February-08-2012

Trainer's bold action turns disaster to rescue; Cop who lost leg passes SWAT fitness test;
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 Trainer's bold action turns disaster to rescue
 Cop who lost leg passes SWAT fitness test
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

Today's newsletter features the first installment of Reality Training: Roll Call Quick Review, a new series on PoliceOne that uses recent incidents captured on video as an opportunity to hone tactical thinking. We present this series not to second-guess the actions of any officers involved in the incidents we review, but to use those events as opportunities for officers to contemplate how those scenarios may have played out in their own jurisdictions, and to discuss them in the comments section or during roll call.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Featured News

Suspect, 1 other dead in Tex. shootout
The suspect who opened fire at a Dallas Area Rapid Transit train station died of a gunshot wound to the head. (Fox 4 Image) Officer injured
Today's Top Stories:
NM cops kill homicide suspect after crash: 911 caller said estranged husband Wes Brannon was at her door with a gun
Police, Nev. Highway Patrol settle diabetic man's case: Man, wife get $292k to settle a suit stemming from a 2010 traffic stop
Attorney questions 2nd round of shots in Carl's Jr. shooting
Video: Cop's gun discharges in Walmart parking lot
NY officer wounds courthouse shooter
Drug cartel threatens to kill an officer a day
Police: Md. officer tipped off drug suspects
Photos of sniper's nest at Super Bowl circulate
10-8: Life on the Line
Trainer's bold action turns disaster into heroic rescue
By Charles Remsberg, PoliceOne Columnist
Through preparation and bold action, ex-cop and police trainer Chris Willden saved the day last New Year's when he forced his way through a numbing, powerful current to rescue three children trapped inside a waterlogged car ... Bullet broke the glass
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Reality Training: Roll Call
Massage studio shootout
By PoliceOne Staff
Dash cam shows two officers evade a man they said was shooting to kill. If you were caught in this hail of gunfire, what would you do? ... Ask yourself
Witness: Suspect warned he'd kill cop
In court, a woman testifies that "Sav" - short for street name "Savage" - said he wasn't going to jail unless it was for something big.
SC cop who lost leg tries out for SWAT
Officer Keith Soules didn't let his prosthetic leg hamper his efforts to re-join the SWAT team.
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Taking Training to the Next Level
Defining 'objectively-reasonable' force
By Ed Flosi, PoliceOne Columnist
The law is comprised of words, and those words have definitions. The term "objectively reasonable" is the true — and most accurate — legal standard when both teaching use of force, and/or evaluating an officer's past use of force ... Not extreme or excessive
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