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The Traffic Enforcement / Highway Patrol topic area serves as a resource for the latest developments in traffic enforcement tactics and techniques. The open road affords many opportunities to catch wanted felons, help stranded motorist, and without proper protection, injure or kill the peacekeepers who patrol those highways and byways.
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P1 Photo of the Week: Traffic Safety PoliceOne Members - Photo of the Week

P1 Photo of the Week: Traffic Safety

(PoliceOne Image) This week’s photo comes from Officer Kerri Rivas of the California Highway Pat... - Full Story

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Judge: Aurora police justified in actions to find robber

Judge: Aurora police justified in actions to find robber

The traffic stop triggered a barrage of criticism from motorists who said police blocked their cars while officers searched for the robber - Full Story

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Vroom! Nation's fastest road to open in Texas

The toll road is intended to help alleviate the increasingly crowded Interstate 35, with a speed limit of 85 mph - Full Story

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Professional courtesy: The badge on the uniform trumps the badge in the wallet

Professional courtesy: The badge on the uniform trumps the badge in the wallet

Simply put, professional courtesy is something off-duty officers of all ranks and jurisdictions should show to officers who are on duty. Remember the badge that’s on the uniform trumps the badge that's in the wallet. - Full Story

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Wash. trooper takes hit to stop wrong-way driver

When a taxi driver boxed him in, trooper knew erratic driver was heading his way - Full Story

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Video: Police roadblock scatters stunt motorcycle riders

A group of bikers claims police used "excessive force" by creating a roadblock - Full Story

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N.J. driver license face-recognition technology prohibits smiles

New Jersey launched new face-recognition software that forbids license applicants from smiling widely or making other exaggerated facial expressions - Full Story

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Video: Officer saves woman from drunk collision

Video: Officer saves woman from drunk collision

Lubbock Police Officer Philip Standefer's quick actions as he pulled a woman from the path of an approaching squad car that had been slammed into by a drunk driver.
(PoliceOne Image) Putting his life on the line

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Video: Officer saves woman from drunk collision

Lubbock, Texas Officer Philip Standefer's quick reaction saved woman who had just been in minor traffic collision - Full Story

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An argument in favor of 'professional courtesy'

An argument in favor of 'professional courtesy'

Professional courtesy — giving a break to a fellow (or retired) officer — has been discussed in many forums, with both positive and negative opinions. But in the long run, aren't there enough criminals out there to catch and arrest? - Full Story



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