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Man who slashed officer is shot by police

By Darren Meritz El Paso TimesEL PASO, Texas — A 31-year-old man who slashed a police sergeant... - Full Story

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Tracing a career criminal through the system to Philly officer's death

Related articles: Officer Down: Sergeant Timothy Simpson Philly officer killed in crash mourned Man arrested... - Full Story

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Ga. sheriff's program offers flexibility

By Todd South Chattanooga Times Free PressROCK SPRING, Ga. — Some of the children know him at first... - Full Story

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Mumbai gunman's confession sheds light on massacre

Indian police officers stand guard outside Mumbai police headquarters where the only surviving attacker,... - Full Story

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Pittsburgh police get high-tech motorcycles

By Sadie Gurman Pittsburgh Post-GazettePITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh police motorcycle squad wrote... - Full Story

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Ga. courthouse shooter sentenced to life

Related articles: Jury finds Ga. courthouse gunman guilty Jury debates guilt of Atlanta courthouse shooter... - Full Story

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Riot, hostage situation ends at Texas prison

The riot started when the body of an inmate who died of natural causes was removed from the prison.The... - Full Story

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Ore. bank bombing kills 2 officers, critically injures chief; suspect arrested

Rescue workers set up near West Coast Bank where Oregon State Police said a bomb detonated after police... - Full Story

Columns

Tactical planning for every officer Andy Casavant - Lessons Learned: The Power of History

Tactical planning for every officer

Tactics – Webster defines them as the art of disposing and maneuvering forces in combat. In fact, th... - Full Story

Tips

Cop or bad guy? Help them know from the air.

Cop or bad guy? Help them know from the air.

For airborne units searching visually or with the forward looking infra red (FLIR), it can get very difficult for crews to distinguish between good guys and bad guys, particularly if plainclothes officers are searching. - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only



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