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Calif. police fatally shoot armed suspect after pursuit

Officials say man who was shot and killed Sunday by police pulled out a pair of scissors during a clash before leading Sheriff's deputies on a pursuit.

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New video: Calif. police fatally shoot armed suspect after pursuit

Officials say man who was shot and killed Sunday by police pulled out a pair of scissors during a clash before leading Sheriff's deputies on a pursuit - Full Story

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Calif. cop TASERs unruly man armed with knife

Police received a call Wednesday about a man reportedly on meth acting strangely in front of a 7-Eleven.

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Video: Calif. cop TASERs unruly man armed with knife

Video: Calif. cop TASERs unruly man armed with knife

Police received a call Wednesday about a man reportedly on meth acting strangely in front of a 7-Eleven - Full Story

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K-9 stabbed, suspect dead in Ariz. standoff

K-9 stabbed, suspect dead in Ariz. standoff

A K-9 is recovering after a standoff with a burglary suspect that left the dog with multiple stab wounds - Full Story

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Force Science Institute details reasons for delaying interviews with OIS survivors Force Science Institute - Destroying Myths & Discovering Cold Facts

Force Science Institute details reasons for delaying interviews with OIS survivors

Recently, Force Science News sat down with FSI executive director Dr. Bill Lewinski to explore this persistent controversy — here are highlights of that conversation, explaining in detail why the Force Science Institute supports delayed interviewing - Full Story

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CCDAE: An acronym for applying sound tactical principles to 'routine' situations Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

CCDAE: An acronym for applying sound tactical principles to 'routine' situations

Officer Ian Cooley of the San Jose Police Department says it’s better to be a ‘problem finder’ prior to any potential incident, as opposed to a reaction-based ‘problem solver’ after something jumps off - Full Story

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Man shot by Calif. police files lawsuit

The shooting happened when Lafayette officers responded to a series of 911 hang-up calls - Full Story

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Wash. police fatally shoot suicidal armed veteran

Body camera shows sheriff's deputies pleading with a despondent Jedadiah Zillmer, 23, to put down his gun before they shoot him.

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Video: Wash. police fatally shoot suicidal armed veteran

Body camera shows sheriff's deputies pleading with a despondent Jedadiah Zillmer, 23, to put down his gun before they shoot him - Full Story



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