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 Long-range adversaries: Can you make the shot?
 Study pinpoints vehicle stop vulnerabilities
 Mar. 04, 2013
Dear PoliceOne Member,

What effect do you think the passage of the White House's currently-proposed legislation would have in improving police officer safety? Should citizens be required to complete a safety training class before being allowed to buy a gun?

Just about everyone in the United States has sounded off on the Second Amendment, gun control, and gun violence. But where do you — American LEOs — stand?

We've put together an in-depth survey for law enforcement officers to add your voice to the debate. With the information gathered, we'll look to present your perspectives and use the findings as fodder for further discussion of the issues. You can take the survey here.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor In Chief
Featured News

Man dressed as Batman delivers fugitive to police

Video: Ga. officer brings man back to life using CPR

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Texas considers bill to fast-track police jobs for former military
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Rapping Dallas cop suspended for video with gun
2 Md. officers injured by drunk driver
Ohio chief alleges retaliation by city
News Analysis:
Gun policy in America: Where do you stand?
 By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
In the aftermath of the tragedy at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, the national dialog on the Second Amendment, gun control, and violence in the United States has taken center stage. But one important group of actors has been glaringly absent from the discussion. A new PoliceOne survey aims to remedy that problem. We want your opinion
Take the survey
Law Enforcement Firearms

Long-range adversaries: Can you make the shot?

By Dick Fairburn, PoliceOne Columnist
The marksmanship requirements of the "average" police gunfight are pretty simple since most of these fights occur up close with a fully exposed target. Once in a while, though, the demands are high. Precise placement
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Destroying Myths & Discovering Cold Facts

Force Science study pinpoints vehicle stop vulnerabilities

By Chuck Remsberg, PoliceOne Columnist
In the first of its kind, a study to evaluate police officer responses to a sudden lethal threat during what appeared to be a "routine" traffic stop revealed important officer safety findings. Missing the zone
Talking hamster imitates highway patroller
While it's in Russian, you get the idea... The Hamster mimics the officer's orders, and the driver can't quite keep it together.
Police laugh at license pictures
A gag show has a man dressed like an officer asking for IDs, then uncontrollably laughing at the pictures.
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Here's a quick rundown of one potential candidate. Does anything look like a red flag to you?
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