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N.Y. police shootings suggest suicide by cop, but evidence is murky

By Al Baker New York TimesRelated Articles: Investigating Suicide by Cop incidents: What to remember... - Full Story


ATN at SHOT Show 2009

For years American Technologies Network Corp has been providing the consumer with state of the art night vision optics. ATN has earned a reputation for the highest quality product coupled with the best value.


Police Twittering over new Internet tool

By Carrie Antlfinger Associated PressVisit PoliceOne on Twitter In this April 3, 2009 photo, Milwaukee... - Full Story


Assembling a blow out kit for patrol

By Chuck Soltys, EMT-B PoliceOne Tactical EMT ContributorWith the threats currently facing today’s... - Full Story


Experts track the patterns of mass killers

By Mark Roth Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Police officials are seen on Fairfield Street in the Stanton Heights... - Full Story


N.Y. cops fatally shoot man who threatened to kill family

Related Articles: Economy contributes to rise in family violence Law Enforcement and the Economy By Alison... - Full Story


Jerry Bradshaw - Police K9 Training & Operations

"Selling" the K-9 unit to patrol

In most police organizations the K-9 Unit is available to support the Patrol Division. How well the pa... - Full Story


Ark. officer fatally shoots knife-wielding man

By Ginny Laroe Arkansas Democrat-GazettePIKE COUNTY, Ark. — A Pike County sheriff 's deputy shot... - Full Story


Va. sheriff's sniper training raises controversy

By Amanda Codispoti Roanoke TimesROANOKE, Va. — The Roanoke sheriff first defended and then distanced... - Full Story


LAPD chief wants to relax policy on using lights and sirens

The department hopes to broaden use of Code 3 to avoid the unofficial practice of speeding without warning... - Full Story

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