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Mexican drug cartels smuggling guns from U.S. across the border

By Jacques Billeaud Associated PressPHOENIX — As police approached a drug cartel's safe house in... - Full Story


Ore. man opens fire at nightclub, kills two before shooting himself in head

By Mary Hudetz and Ryan Kost Associated PressPORTLAND, Ore. — The suspect in a shooting rampage... - Full Story


Police survey links crime spike to economy

Editor's note: The economy's impact on Law Enforcement was one of the Top Trends in 2008 covered by PoliceOne.... - Full Story


In tough times, LE tech vendors offer financing Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

In tough times, LE tech vendors offer financing

Buying a new squad car – or a fleet of them – for your department today may prove difficult,... - Full Story


Chicago teen who fooled police pleads not guilty to impersonating officer

Related article: Teen dupes police, patrols Chicago for hours with veteran officerBy Michael Tarm Associated... - Full Story


Super Bowl security to be tight in Tampa

By Mitch Stacy Associated PressTAMPA, Fla. — At least 20 federal agencies will help local police... - Full Story


University study investigates stun gun safety, in-custody deaths

Editor's note: Recently, PoliceOne columnist Greg Meyer responded to an Amnesty International report... - Full Story


Police captain praised for leadership style

'He makes his officers feel important ...'By Tony Manolatos San Diego Union-TribuneSAN DIEGO —... - Full Story


Cops say bearing news of a loved one's death is 'hardest part of the job'

Editor's note: PoliceOne columnist Dr. Laurence Miller says that there is no easy way to tell someone... - Full Story


Supreme Court: Passengers can be frisked

Associated PressWASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Monday that police officers have leeway to... - Full Story

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