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Fla. man sues sheriff over K-9 bite

By Joel Marino Sun-SentinelFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A Pompano Beach man bitten in the groin by a... - Full Story


PoliceOne Member Photo of the Week: Cashing out

PSD Tank sniffed out $259,649 in cash located in a vehicle. Tank is a 6-year-old Belgian Malinois who... - Full Story


High-tech crime fighter MorphoFace helps make arrests

The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department is testing computer software that checks surveillance photos... - Full Story


N.Y. cops shocked by suspect's acquittal in officer's murder

Related articles: 2 NYPD officers shot during traffic stop Hundreds line up to pay tribute to fallen... - Full Story


Utah inmate attacks officer at hospital

Deseret Morning NewsSALT LAKE CITY, Utah — A Salt Lake County jail inmate attacked an officer and... - Full Story


Md. police build relationships with kids

Related article: Tenn. police reach out to kids to prevent violenceBy Justin Fenton Baltimore SunBALTIMORE... - Full Story


Weapons stolen from N.M. cop cars

Related article: Rifle, ammo stolen from Calif. cop carsBy Rozanna M. Martinez Albuquerque JournalALBUQUERQUE... - Full Story


Teaching by storytelling Betsy Brantner Smith - Survival Insights

Teaching by storytelling

I was in Portland, Oregon recently, teaching my “Safe at Home” off duty survival class to a room full of... - Full Story


W.I.N. – Life’s Most Powerful Question Bob Willis - null

W.I.N. – Life’s Most Powerful Question

W.I.N. is a simple but powerful acronym used by the famous college football coach Lou Holtz. It stands fo... - Full Story


L.A. sheriff's deputies head to Obama inauguration

Related articles: Philly police to work Presidential inauguration Pa. councilman: "Who will cover... - Full Story

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