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Pulse of Policing: How private enterprise is supporting American cops Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

Pulse of Policing: How private enterprise is supporting American cops

Companies in the law enforcement realm commit vast amounts of time, energy, and capital toward ensuring that officers are safer - Full Story

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Roundtable: LE companies talk police problems, how they help solve them

Roundtable: LE companies talk police problems, how they help solve them

Three executives from private-sector police enterprises weighed in on the challenges facing law enforcement today - Full Story

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Why cops need armored vehicles: 13 times BearCats saved lives Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Why cops need armored vehicles: 13 times BearCats saved lives

BearCats are not tanks — they are vehicles of refuge which serve to protect police and civilians alike - Full Story

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Police Militarization: Reality, Hype, or Natural Evolution? American Military University - In Public Safety

Police Militarization: Reality, Hype, or Natural Evolution?

Tragic events such as the 2014 Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Mo. and the police-involved death of Eric Garner in New York City has spurred debate about whether or not police departments within the U.S. are becoming more militarized. - Full Story

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Mich. cop, suspect shot in domestic disturbance

Officer was met with gunfire Thursday after the 30-year-old suspect exited the back of the residence and began shooting - Full Story

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Obama wants more cops wearing body cams

Obama wants more cops wearing body cams

Obama is proposing a three-year, $263M spending package to increase use of body cams, expand police training and add more resources for department reform - Full Story

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Why police agencies are well served by the 1033 Program PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

Why police agencies are well served by the 1033 Program

Some agencies rely on the 1033 program to support the operational needs of their departments SWAT Teams, Marine Units, and other special operations units - Full Story

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Wis. police crediting MRAP after standoff's peaceful end

MRAP acquired from the military has been the subject of controversy for months after the department accepted it - Full Story

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Calif. agency receiving $23K in surplus military gear

They're receiving non-tactical equipment such as communications receivers and an overhead projector - Full Story

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Wyo. sheriff touts grenade launcher as key tool

Sheriff's officials in Goshen County are touting a grenade launcher as a useful tool for keeping the peace, even though they have never used it - Full Story



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