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In the Rural Law Enforcement section you'll find news reports and expert articles about what it means to be a police officer in rural America. Early in America’s history, officers rode on horseback from town to town, either alone or with a small posse. Police work has changed drastically since then, but if you patrol in a rural area, you probably have some idea how those cops felt.
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Blue on Blue: When a suspect looks like a cop Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

Blue on Blue: When a suspect looks like a cop

This month, PoliceOne examines the sensitive issue of police officers who suddenly become deadly threats to other cops - we begin with the threat posed by impersonators - Full Story

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Fight until you win: One cop calls his CO sister a 'hero' Hayley Hudson - Stories from the Beat

Fight until you win: One cop calls his CO sister a 'hero'

Itasca County Sheriff's Officer Troy Ugrich described how his sister, Corrections Officer Darlene Troumbly, was serving breakfast to inmates when one lay in wait, determined to kill her - Full Story

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Calif. traffic stop leads cops to cash, meth

The Eureka Times-Standard A traffic stop on Friday night led Eureka police to methamphetamine and resulted... - Full Story

Columns

Drift: Shifting our law enforcement norms Dr. Larry F. Jetmore - Career Advancement

Drift: Shifting our law enforcement norms

Drift may be defined as what occurs when there is a shifting of norms — or standards — over a period of time, causing new norms — or standards — to form - Full Story

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TASER use prompts shutdown of entire village force

Police used a TASER to subdue a 9-year-old boy who neighbors had issues with before - Full Story

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Calif. police get training on ID-ing counterfeit bills

Chico Enterprise-Record ORLAND, Calif. — With concern high over a rash of counterfeit money showing... - Full Story

Exclusives

The 'excited utterance' and officer-involved trauma

The 'excited utterance' and officer-involved trauma

In making 'spontaneous exclamations' or 'res gestae statements' following a critical incident, an officer is merely trying to construct a narrative that makes sense to a freshly-traumatized brain. - Full Story

Columns

Leadership traits: How do you and your 'leaders' measure up? Charles Remsberg - 10-8: Life on the Line

Leadership traits: How do you and your 'leaders' measure up?

“Anyone can lead on easy days, even a bad leader. It’s the tough days when true leaders shine.” — Col. Danny McKnight - Full Story

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Maine town wants to create police department

An informal committee is looking into both the start-up costs and the annual operating costs of establishing a Lubec Police Department - Full Story



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10-43: Be Advised... 10-43: Be Advised...
with Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
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with Mike Peterson