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5 tips for female leaders in a paramilitary organization Betsy Brantner Smith - Survival Insights

5 tips for female leaders in a paramilitary organization

Gender issues can be uncomfortable for cops to discuss, but brothers and sisters in police work must get through, over, and beyond them for organizational success - Full Story

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Former Marine sues Calif. city to get back police job

Jose Luis Nazario was acquitted on charges of killing unarmed detainees, but still can't get job back - Full Story

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Then & Now: The P1 community discusses changes in policing

How has policing changed in the past 10 years? We collected responses from P1 members and columnists - Full Story

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Study: Officers struggle to readjust after war

Study: Officers struggle to readjust after war

Law officers may be less patient, quicker to use force after serving in military - Full Story

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5 lessons learned from a deadly encounter with an Charles Remsberg - 10-8: Life on the Line

5 lessons learned from a deadly encounter with an "unarmed" subject

In Waterloo, Iowa, a suspect is "unarmed" — but still very dangerous — in a textbook case for never underestimating a "weaponless" opponent - Full Story

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Lead, follow, or hide? Smart female officers lead their teams Dr. June Rogers, WIFLE
Women in Federal Law Enforcement
- Women in Policing

Lead, follow, or hide? Smart female officers lead their teams

Some advice for female police leaders - Full Story

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K-9 units surviving budget cuts

K-9 units surviving budget cuts

Hundreds of deputies are being laid off. SWAT units are cutting assignments. Narcotics and gang units are being disbanded. But K-9 is surviving. Here's why police dogs across the country are staying on the job during rough economic times. - Full Story



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