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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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Illegals trying enter US via sea routes

Sea interdictions and arrests have spiked year-over-year for three years - Full Story

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Calif. cops' website blasts budget cuts

Police officers say city council members have placed too low a priority on public safety - Full Story

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P1 First Person: How PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: How "they" shoot you!

By W. Hock HochheimIn this day and age of prolific paintball gaming, it is hard to find the classic definit... - Full Story

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Going home rituals for cops Betsy Brantner Smith - Survival Insights

Going home rituals for cops

Don't expect your family to always adjust to you — you have to make allowances for them as well - Full Story

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P1 Tech Help: Facebook and the law officer John Rivera - Technology Helpdesk

P1 Tech Help: Facebook and the law officer

Facebook has proven its ability to aid in revealing criminals, threatening job security, and limiting (even eliminating) personal privacy - Full Story

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US sheriffs struggle with extradition costs

Michigan set to extradite suspect in tri-state stabbing spree next week - Full Story

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Kyle Lamb: Movement Formation vs. Fighting Formation

PoliceOne Senior Editor, Doug Wyllie, speaks with Kyle Lamb, founder of Viking Tactics, Inc. Kyle has trained many law enforcement officers to focus on standing in a fighting formation in open shooter instances. By following the fighting formation technique, officers are more likely to stay safe and to also catch the suspect.

In-depth News

Trial begins in case of 'Newburgh four'

Trial begins in case of 'Newburgh four'

In a New York courtroom, four men stand trail on terrorism charges in a convoluted plot to bomb two New York City synagogues and use anti-aircraft missiles to shoot down military aircraft departing an Air National Guard base.

Each has pleaded not guilty. They claim they were entrapped by a federal informant who they maintain was the person who actually orchestrated the plot.

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Look for concealment in aftermarket gear shift tops

When searching vehicles, look at the gear shifter. Some after market shift knobs have hidden compartments... - Full Story Secure - Login Required

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Some PDs closing, others growing their ranks

Some PDs closing, others growing their ranks

Across the country, many law enforcement positions have been eliminated. Empty positions that haven’t been eliminated are left unfilled once vacated by retiring officers. Cops have been laid off in large numbers. Some smaller towns have completely eliminated their PD as a “luxury” they “can’t afford.”

Meanwhile, in Atlanta, the opposite is happening. If that department continues its pace of hiring, the force may reach its goal of 2,000 officers by the end of 2012

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