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Vehicle Incidents and Issues

Vehicle Incidents and Issues

The Vehicle Incidents and Issues topic deals with issues related to specialized patrols like motorcycle units as well as vehicular risks and challenges to law enforcement, including vehicle crashes involving police and vehicular assaults against officers. From single-car traffic accidents to high-speed pursuits, most law enforcement injuries and fatalities occur in, or immediately outside of, a police officer’s vehicle.
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NJ school bus crash kills trooper's daughter

NJ school bus crash kills trooper's daughter

A person who was briefed on the investigation said the girl who was killed is a triplet and that her two sisters were also on the bus - Full Story

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Permission and promises: Recommitting to helping fellow cops in 2012 Duane Wolfe - The Warrior's Path

Permission and promises: Recommitting to helping fellow cops in 2012

As we proceed into 2012, find those trusted friends and mentors, give permission and get permission to point out mistakes and problems that you see - Full Story

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Police chase sparks pursuit debate in SC

Police chase sparks pursuit debate in SC

Following a few recent high-speed pursuits in Charleston, policy is getting a hard look as risks and benefits of chases are considered. - Full Story

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Videotaped police chase sparks pursuit debate in SC

No one was hurt, but the high-speed pursuit by Charleston County Sheriff's sparked discussion and policy review - Full Story

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Video: Wanted Mich. man hits cruiser, injures cop

Eugene Marr, 21, hits an officer and drives away when the cop intervened in a fight - Full Story

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Rape suspect leads officers on 100-mile chase

Spike strips halted Bryan Tangas, 23, who evaded police and California Highway Patrol for 100 miles - Full Story

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Chicago cop kills man trying to run him over

Suspect reportedly rammed officer's garage door with van - Full Story

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Can technology identify fatigued officers? Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

Can technology identify fatigued officers?

Putting a number on one’s fatigue level identifies both the people who should have stayed in bed and the ones who would never get out of bed if they had the chance - Full Story

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Calif. cops TASER, arrest hostile man in standoff

A driver who blocked traffic, threatened to kill a police officer and refused to leave his car for about 45 minutes was arrested Wednesday - Full Story

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LA suspect held after 5-hour standoff on roof

SWAT team used bean-bag rounds after man could not be persuaded to come down - Full Story



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Leadership, Technology and Tactics: Themes from the Street Leadership, Technology and Tactics: Themes from the Street
with Lt. Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.)
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with the Office of Justice Programs' National Institute of Justice (NIJ)