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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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Miami cops arrest 'Most Wanted' suspect

By Ryan Mills Naples Daily NewsMIAMI — One of "America's Most Wanted" fugitives who was... - Full Story


Calif. police to use high-tech system to pinpoint gunshots on New Year's Eve

Related article: Md. police get new shot detection programBy Nathan Olivarez-Giles Los Angeles TimesLOS... - Full Story


Atlanta department cuts hours; morale drops

By Tim Eberly Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionATLANTA — Atlanta police officers don't like what they... - Full Story


Police investigation reveals Santa gunman planned to kill more

Covina police Chief Kim Raney speaks at a community meeting to help residents deal with the Christmas... - Full Story


Mass. police say that new pot law applies to other THC drugs

The Associated PressBOSTON — Guidelines for a new Massachusetts law that ends minor marijuana arrests... - Full Story


P1 Year in Review: Redefine and realign in 2009

By Dr. Joel F. Shults Chief, Adams State College Police DepartmentAfter the half century mark one tends... - Full Story


P1 Year in Review: Cops face challenges—it’s what they do Scott Buhrmaster - Topics & Tactics for Law Enforcement

P1 Year in Review: Cops face challenges—it’s what they do

The coming year is a bit of a milestone for me. It marks my 20th year of having the honor to work wi... - Full Story


P1 Year in Review: A wake-up call...heeded National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund - Featuring articles from Executive Director Craig Floyd

P1 Year in Review: A wake-up call...heeded

By Craig W. Floyd Chairman and CEO, National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial FundWhen it comes to off... - Full Story


San Diego police officer killed in Afghanistan

By Kate Linthicum Los Angeles TimesSAN DIEGO -- Shortly after Army Reserve Sgt. Federico G. Borjas arrived... - Full Story


Stun-Cuff at IACP 2008

Todays criminal is hardened, desperate and more dangerous than ever. They endanger everyone they come in contact with; law enforcement, judges and civilians. They are out of control! During trial prisoner shackling has been found unconstitutional for fear prisoners may appear guilty before a jury. On the other hand, you can't allow a murder suspect freedom in the courts, filled with innocent bystanders where they may attempt to break free. All too frequently we hear disturbing reports of prisoner escapes. Whether taking a prisoner for a doctor visit, transporting them for trial, interrogations or dealing with a prisoner that is under the influence. They must be controlled. Stun-Cuff, part of Myers Enterprises, Inc., is committed to prisoner compliancy and officer safety.
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