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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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For Cops, By Cops: Field sobriety made easy with the all-in-one iPhone app

For Cops, By Cops: Field sobriety made easy with the all-in-one iPhone app

From the moment you spot the weaving car to the time you generate your report, MyFSTs gathers the data you need to make an arrest stand up. - Full Story

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Kentucky cops stay safe with new mobile app

Kentucky cops stay safe with new mobile app

Changing light bars and signals remotely helps keep La Grange officers on the scene, not in their cars - Full Story

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4 threats to officer safety this holiday season

4 threats to officer safety this holiday season

December is a deadly month — may a few reminders here help the heroes on the street during the end of the year. - Full Story

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5 tips from LA's favorite traffic cop

5 tips from LA's favorite traffic cop

Here's how Deputy Elton Simmons keeps public interactions positive, even when he's writing a ticket. - Full Story

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Video: Vegas cops dress as turkeys to catch crosswalk violators

Officers clad in turkey costumes are crossing busy Las Vegas streets to remind drivers to follow laws at crosswalks - Full Story

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Examining risks versus rewards of tire deflation devices Travis Yates - Police Driving:
Safety Behind the Wheel

Examining risks versus rewards of tire deflation devices

We continue to evolve our efforts in ballistic vests, vehicles, uniforms, and the like, so it’s time we address a new generation of TDDs - Full Story

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GPS "cannon" could reduce frequency of high speed chases.

NOVEMBER 21, 2013, 6:24 AM|Police are using a new tool, known as the GPS "cannon," to reduce dangerous high speed chases. The device is fired onto the back of the suspect's car, and allows police to track their location through real-time GPS information. CBS News' Jeff Pegues reports.

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Troopers pack hearing for driver who killed one of their own

26-year-old trucker allegedly fell asleep at wheel after violating commercial-driver hours regulations; Trooper James Sauter died in fire after impact - Full Story

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Throwback: 1946 LAPD 'Report to the People'

A report on traffic deaths for the purpose of community awareness and safety. Created by the Los Angeles Police Department in 1946.

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High-speed pursuit closes US-Mexico border crossing

The driver, who died at the scene, had led California Highway Patrol officers on a nearly 100-mile chase - Full Story



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10-43: Be Advised... 10-43: Be Advised...
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with Travis Yates