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Week-594-May-11-2012

Moments of reflection, movements to action; Video: Practicing shooting basics;
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 Moments of reflection, movements to action
 Video: Practicing shooting basics
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Featured News

Fla. cop critical after Turnpike shootout
Two officers wounded in a shootout on Florida's turnpike remain in the hospital Friday after a gunman opened fire while walking on a median during rush hour Thursday. (NBC Miami Image) Outlook optimistic
Today's Top Stories:
Man fatally shot trying to run down Tenn. police: Store owners told police about a man sleeping in his car in the lot
Ex-Texas officer says he didn't kick suspect: Charged with official oppression and faces up to a year in jail if convicted
Texas trooper shoots at own cruiser
Mo. officer cleared in beating tries to get back to work
Md. man gets life for killing state trooper
US DOJ set to sue Sheriff Joe
16,000 UK cops protest budget cuts
Source: Tattoo in sheriff's deputy clique may have celebrated shootings
National Police Week 2012
Moments of reflection, movements to action
By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
During National Police Week 2012, we'll be running a series of columns from an extraordinary roster of writers expressing their feelings about this solemn week. Contributors speak
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The Warrior's Path
Beating the hidden killer: Spotting a concealed weapon
By Duane Wolfe, PoliceOne Columnist
The ability to spot a concealed firearm is greatly lacking in law enforcement. Statistics show that the majority of officers shot and killed in the line of duty are killed at distances of 10 feet or less.
Isn't that scary?
NM police chase driver around horse track
Officers try to pull over a pickup truck on the dark track, but the driver ignored their lights and sirens.
History of the gun: The hand cannon
In this unique look at the progression of firearms technology, we examine the hand cannon.
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Virtual Command Systems are the future of EOCs
By Douglas A. Pittman, PoliceOne Member
In the emergency operation center, public safety and community leaders will be able to actually watch, hear and monitor real time video feeds from wireless cameras and voice transmissions from throughout their areas of responsibility. The road ahead
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    Video Tactical Tip
    Practicing shooting basics
    Tori Nonaka discusses some of the very basic elements to achieving maximum performance in your firearms practice and proficiency.
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    P1 Photo of the Week
    In Memory

    This week's photo comes from Ryan Smith, who writes: "Captain Enoch Willard is at the National LE Memorial in DC. He is looking at Officer Michael Briggs' name inscribed on the wall."
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