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 Using tactical decision games in training
 A death worth knowing: The killing of Mohammed Merah
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Featured News

Jury in Hutaree case sees video of bomb tests
Members of the militia reportedly plotted to kill a police officer, and then ambush the officer's funeral in an effort to kill as many cops as possible. (AP Photo)
So-called 'Christian' militia
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Philly agrees to $1.8M death settlement
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FBI investigating killer of Pa. Guard troops
NM woman arrested for hiding crack cocaine in buttocks
News Analysis:
Analyzing the Hutarees: Lessons from a failed plot
 By Fred Burton, PoliceOne Columnist
While it is unclear exactly how federal investigators collected information, it's not too difficult to imagine: photos and videos of the group members on their own website as well as YouTube, connections and communications with other militias, and appearances on nationally syndicated radio shows gave the individuals known as the 'Hutarees' a high profile. A lack of operational security
Staying Oriented
Train the brain: Using tactical decision games in training
By Fred Leland, PoliceOne Contributor
Tactical decision games can help you teach officers how to think, rather than telling them what to think. Officers learn that there isn’t one single solution, and learn to blend their thoughts and ideas with departmental policies and procedures. Here’s how to include TDGs in your on-the-job training.
Mastering tactical decision making
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A death worth knowing: The killing of Mohammed Merah
By Lance Eldridge, PoliceOne Columnist
Only one thing can be said about the death of Mohammed Merah, the al Qaeda-inspired terrorist and murderer, at the hands of the French police last week: Good shot! Sadly, with his death comes the inevitable charges of investigative failures.
Jihadist jack-in-the-box
Oklahoma City cops scrutinized for airport arrest
A suspect who is brought under control and handcuffed after an initial struggle is dragged, face down, by his feet into a holding area.
Police K-9 'chooses sides' in Brazilian soccer fracas
A German Shepherd K-9 bites a soccer player on the back of the leg as police try to calm tension over a disputed goal.
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Member Tip
Cops are the American soldier of the homefront
By James Kimsey, PoliceOne Member
We, as police officers, have to be willing and able to say to a frightened citizen the following statement. It was made to a group of WWII soldiers retreating from the "Battle of the Bulge" by a soldier of the 82nd Airborne. We are that "safe place"
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