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Week-591-April-20-2012

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 Caution using social networking sites
 More terrorists using meth to control their forces
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Cop: Chief saved my life
The police chief killed last week likely saved another officer's life that night, pulling the injured cop from a porch and into a nearby cruiser before jumping back into the deadly fire fight. (Image AP) Hero's tale
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Facebook photo leads to arrest in Ky.
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Charging the bullet: A scientific evaluation of our tactics
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SWAT Digest
More terrorists using meth to control their forces
By Greg Ferency, PoliceOne Contributor
The leaders of fanatical groups may very well have already recognized the recruiting psychology and the advantages of using meth to control the base of their fighting force. If they control the drug distribution, they control the group using it. How long can they control it?
Idaho police share use of force video
Myths and misconceptions abound when it comes to the use of deadly force by law enforcement officers.
NYC rescue turns into FDNY vs. NYPD jurisdiction battle
Three workers are saved from a dangling scaffold on an high-rise — but the rescue created tension between officers and firefighters.
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Perspectives from a dinosaur
By Sam Preston, PoliceOne Member
In case you've forgotten, let me remind you: You put on that badge because you're noble, fair and honorable. You are the defender of truth and righteous, a Warrior who brings a promise of peace, and the voice of reason in unreasonable times. Be vigilant
ILEETA Challenge Winner Announced!
FAAC wishes to congratulate Drake Oldham, training officer for the Ohio Attorney General, as winner of the 2012 ILEETA Challenge law enforcement skills competition. The ILEETA Challenge was conducted using the FAAC Driving Force simulation system, a combination of driving and force option simulators. The challenge included physical exertion, pursuit driving, and shooting events.
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Tactical Tip
Don't get fired for Facebook
Before you hit enter and post that comment, photo, or status update, ask yourself: "What would the chief say about this?" Watch the video
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