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Video: Evaluation of post-training events

In this video tactical tip, Lieutenant Kevin Dillon discusses the ultimate goals of police training —... - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only


Alaska cops' new policy: No shooting at suspects using vehicles as weapons

The city's police officers have been instructed not to shoot at suspects who are using vehicles as weapons - Full Story


NY fatality flames debate over police-chase policies

Both sides agree on one point: there's no easy solution - Full Story


Miss. city gets property for dept. HQ

The city of Tupelo received the deed for the property that had been used in a scheme to store cigarettes in the 100,000-square-foot warehouse to avoid paying taxes - Full Story


NJ bill would allow cops to search phones after accidents

The bill would allow police to confiscate a phone after an accident, and would increase the penalty for texting while driving - Full Story


NY bill would make harassing cops a felony

Any type of physical action aimed at intimidating a police officer could be punishable by up to 4 years - Full Story


A tale of 2 videos: Why cops need body-worn cameras

A tale of 2 videos: Why cops need body-worn cameras

We recently saw cell phone video of a cop dealing with a resisting suspect as a crowd heckled. When I saw it, I thought to myself, "I hope that cop had his own video camera." Turns out, he did. - Full Story


A tale of 2 videos: A case study in why you should have a body-worn camera Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

A tale of 2 videos: A case study in why you should have a body-worn camera

Body-worn, on-officer cameras ensure that there is more than just one video recorded of a use-of-force incident - Full Story


Philly police shootings scrutinized despite justification

A D.A. spokeswoman said she did not believe prosecutors had found fault with any on-duty police shooting since Seth Williams became D.A. in 2010 - Full Story


3 police shootings occur day of Philly review request

The day its police commissioner said he is seeking a review of the department's use of deadly force, Philly police were involved in 3 shootings - Full Story

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Cop Gumbo Cop Gumbo
with Val Van Brocklin
10-43: Be Advised... 10-43: Be Advised...
with Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief