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P1 First Person: Operational risk management and training safety protocols PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: Operational risk management and training safety protocols

By AnonymousTake a moment to read this article, then come back here and read what I think about it.Let’s talk about Operational Risk Management &mdash... - Full Story

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The 1,000th 'Newsline' Dave Smith - The Winning Mind

The 1,000th 'Newsline'

For more than 30 years, Calibre Press has helped the law enforcement community remain healthy both emotionally a... - Full Story

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When a cop throws a punch to the face Ed Flosi - Taking Training to the Next Level

When a cop throws a punch to the face

The use of body weapons is an important part of any defensive tactics training, but there are some downsides to consider - Full Story

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What does your social intelligence report say about you? Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

What does your social intelligence report say about you?

When data-mining outfits start crunching numbers, they can attach some convincing statistics to certain indicators of future performance - Full Story

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Texas cop accused of sexual assault stays on duty

She says she awoke to find Officer Mark Munoz molesting her before passing out again - Full Story

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Chicago cops can test at 21, join force at 25

Striking a compromise after running into opposition to a plan to raise its minimum application age to 25 - Full Story

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Mass. cops settle contract, will get pay increase

New hires will not be offered the more expensive medical plan - Full Story

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Hey, Chief, back your people up!

Hey, Chief, back your people up!

The latest IACP "Police Use of Force in America" study found that coppers use "excessive force" in less than one-half of one percent of their force encounters. Why do chiefs fail to defend their troops? - Full Story

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Hey, Chief, back your people up! Dave Grossi - Tactics & Training

Hey, Chief, back your people up!

The latest IACP "Police Use of Force in America" study found that coppers use "excessive force" in less than one-half of one percent of their force encounters - Full Story

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P1 First Person: In the blink of an eye PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: In the blink of an eye

By Marty Katz Broward County (Fla.) Sheriff’s Office (ret.)There is a term used in police work — in a blink of an eye — which often refers to... - Full Story



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