New era, new rules
Times are changing in law enforcement, according to P1 Columnist Gary Klugiewicz.
As a new era is ushered in, cops must stop reacting and start responding. Proper response requires that you remain alert, be decisive and have a preplanned practice and response. If you don’t, you’re likely to get popped.
Click the video below for three ways you can be prepared.
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