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Week-581-February-17-2012

Respect the Pit!; EDPs and cops: Knowledge can go a long way;
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 Respect the Pit!
 EDPs and cops: Knowledge can go a long way
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Featured News

CMHA: TASER best in crisis situations
TASER is better than lethal force, the head of the Petersborough Canadian Mental Health Association branch said. Standoff caught on video
Today's Top Stories:
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FBI sting nabs terror suspect near Capitol
Miss. chief, 4 cops fired for cinnamon prank
Ariz. cop who shot man holding child investigated
Cops buy cemetery plots to block Josh Powell burial
Minn. man in TASER beating of trooper sentenced
Texas gunman in body armor arrested
EDPs and cops
Knowledge can go a long way
By Lance Eldridge, PoliceOne Columnist
The Supreme Court made it more difficult for family and mental health professionals to place individuals into treatment and has left this responsibility — by and large — to the police ... How to 'speak' autism
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Police K-9 Training & Operations
Effective muzzle fighting
By Jerry Bradshaw, PoliceOne Contributor
A street bite is the one thing that police dog trainers cannot set up and practice as it would actually happen. Instead, we use techniques to simulate it. One of those techniques is the muzzle attack ... Addressing safety concerns
Citizens to borrow radar guns in Ore.
Eugene Police will lend out radar guns to citizens who complete a training program in order to help police nab speeders.
Respect the Pit!
There's a reason police pursuits require training, as this montage of PIT maneuvers demonstrates.
P1 First Person
On legalizing marijuana
By Diane Goldstein, PoliceOne Member
As a retired 21-plus-year veteran of law enforcement, I felt given the one-sided responses to this issue following a recent article, other voices should be heard.
Regulatory model of legalization
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Video Tactical Tip
Carrying a second gun
"Redundancy is key" to maintaining officer safety, and one day your backup gun could be critical to your survival ... Watch the video
Don’t Miss the 2012 ILEETA Conference & Expo: April 16-21st
The 2012 ILEETA Training Conference and Expo is just around the corner. Topics will include handcuffing techniques, officer survival, use of force, defensive tactics and more. This is the one conference that has it all.
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
Frostbitten

This week's photo comes from Trooper Wade Erickson of the Minnesota State Patrol, who snapped this shot near Golden Valley.

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