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The Patrol Issues topic page offers news, commentary, analysis, and tactical tips that will help prepare police officers for life on the thin blue line. Suspect contacts, witness interviews, foot pursuits, citizen complaints, angry sergeants, and endless report writing are day-to-day activities for a patrol officer who knows that the “routine” is anything but routine.
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I believe... (a police poem) PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

I believe... (a police poem)

In PoliceOne "First Person" essays, PoliceOne Members candidly share their own unique personal insights on issues confronting cops today, as well as opinions, observations, and advice on living life behind the thin blue line - Full Story

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How police can improve public perception of lethal force on domestic animals American Military University - In Public Safety

How police can improve public perception of lethal force on domestic animals

Agencies need to acknowledge the public’s perception of puppycide and use it to educate the public about responsible pet ownership - Full Story

Columns

Why people see cops as 'arrogant' P1 Community - The Question

Why people see cops as 'arrogant'

For cops, letting down one's guard is a good way to get yourself or someone else hurt or killed - Full Story

Videos

Assessing the threat level of dogs

Dr. Sue Weaver of Tennessee State University discusses how law enforcement officers have been trained to neutralize threats and how approaching dogs is different and should be dealt with differently from approaching people.

Videos

Pregnant Ky. cop told to do field work or no pay

Officer Lyndi Trischler, who's been patrolling the streets of Florence, Kentucky, for the last 2.5 years, is 7.5 months pregnant.

News

Nightstick introduces two new dual-light products

Nightstick introduces two new dual-light products

Both flashlights offer LED lights, one for focused lighting and one for floodlighting, that can be used in tandem or separately - Full Story

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Pregnant Ky. cop told to do field work or no pay

Officer Lyndi Trischler, who's been patrolling the streets of Florence, Kentucky, for the last 2.5 years, is 7.5 months pregnant - Full Story

Videos

3 Motorola devices unveiled at APCO 2014 enhance officer situational awareness

Motorola Solutions unveiled several new devices to augment public safety solutions at APCO 2014. The APX Radio, LEX 700 Mission Critical Handheld and Recon Jet Heads-Up Display work together to provide officers with a personal area network that enhances situational awareness and promotes smart policing.

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3 Motorola devices unveiled at APCO 2014 enhance officer situational awareness

3 Motorola devices unveiled at APCO 2014 enhance officer situational awareness

Two-way radio, wearable microcomputer, and handheld device help process and organize information so you can focus on your job - Full Story

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Obama: Time to review police militarization

Obama: Time to review police militarization

Obama said it would be useful to review how local law enforcement agencies have used federal grants that permit them to obtain heavier armaments - Full Story



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Passion for the Job Passion for the Job
with Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D.
Ethics in Law Enforcement Ethics in Law Enforcement
with Dr. Bruce Bayley