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December 30, 2015
Deadly hesitation and de-policing: 2 troubling trends that affected officer safety in 2015 Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

Deadly hesitation and de-policing: 2 troubling trends that affected officer safety in 2015

If deadly hesitation and de-policing continue to become more prevalent, some places in this country are in peril of becoming practically lawless - Full Story
December 25, 2015
P1 Photo of the Week: Police empathy PoliceOne Members - Photo of the Week

P1 Photo of the Week: Police empathy

(PoliceOne Image) Grand Rapids (Minn.) police decided to make a meme out of an unfortunate snowy situation,... - Full Story
December 24, 2015
What we learned from California's Prop 47 in 2015 Harriet Fox - The CO's Corner

What we learned from California's Prop 47 in 2015

It will be several years before the full effects of Prop 47 are seen, but 2015 offers a good glimpse into the ramifications - Full Story
December 23, 2015
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
December 18, 2015
P1 Photo of the Week: Donut date PoliceOne Members - Photo of the Week

P1 Photo of the Week: Donut date

(PoliceOne Image) Murrieta (Calif.) Police Chief Sean Hadden and Captains Dennis Vrooman and Rob Firmes... - Full Story
December 11, 2015
P1 Photo of the Week: Couch Po-po PoliceOne Members - Photo of the Week

P1 Photo of the Week: Couch Po-po

(PoliceOne Image) Travis County (Texas) Sheriff's Office deputies were running traffic when they... - Full Story
December 09, 2015
Departments must train citizens to be first responders during active shootings American Military University - In Public Safety

Departments must train citizens to be first responders during active shootings

Traditional first responders include law enforcement, the fire service, and emergency medical personnel - Full Story
December 07, 2015
How SCOTUS impacted policing in 2015 Terrence P. Dwyer, Esq. - Police Liability and Litigation

How SCOTUS impacted policing in 2015

The Court has said reasonableness does not require perfection, but it does require a plausible satisfaction of Fourth Amendment criteria - Full Story
December 04, 2015
P1 Photo of the Week: 689 miles per hour PoliceOne Members - Photo of the Week

P1 Photo of the Week: 689 miles per hour

(PoliceOne Image) Motor Officer Mike Key of Neptune Beach (Fla.) Police Department caught this guy going... - Full Story
December 03, 2015
How do you become a better police leader? Ask yourself these 3 questions Barry Reynolds - Leadership, Management, and Policing

How do you become a better police leader? Ask yourself these 3 questions

Are you prepared to “measure up” to the image of the police leader that you really want to be? - Full Story



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