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 Cell phones, privacy, and the Fourth Amendment
 4 basic requirements for officer-owned carbine rifles
 August 10, 2012
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Police: Response to football players with Airsoft gun appropriate

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Today's Top Stories:
4 cops file claim over crime scene slideshow shown at party: Officers say 28 photos of death investigations were intended to show inside jokes
Doctor accused of 'waterboarding' daughter: Waterboarding simulates drowning, and has been used in the past by interrogators on terrorism suspects
Calif. cop shoots, kills pit bull that bit child: When the officer and an animal patrol officer tried to take the dog, it became aggressive and tried to attack
ACLU backs deputies fired for Facebook 'likes'
Officer kills man struggling for TASER in Phila.
Video: Girl, 7, dies after high-speed chase
Fla. officer accused of having sex on duty
Man arrested for beating opossum can sue police
Video: NYPD cruiser blocks firefighters
Dallas cop punished over Chick-fil-A sandwich incident
Police Liability and Litigation

Cell phones, privacy, and the Fourth Amendment

By Terry Dwyer, PoliceOne Contributor
Several court decisions around the country have found that cell phone searches are covered by the Fourth Amendment and subject to the warrant requirement. Yet, a majority of courts have upheld these searches. Decision forthcoming
Introducing the SuperVisor U™
Code 3 will be exhibiting the new SuperVisor U(niversal) to enhance interior vehicle lighting. The SuperVisor U, with independent flashing Torus LED light heads, is an interior light designed to fit almost all windshield curves as well as preventing flashback light from distracting the driver.
See us at Police Fleet Expo, booth #80!
Firearms Fundamentals

4 basic requirements for officer-owned carbine rifles

By Chris Cerino, PoliceOne Contributor
Carbines are all the rage these days in law enforcement, and many of the officers I train ask me what my ideal patrol carbine would be. There are so many quality carbines on the market today that any of them will meet an officer's needs. The parameters
Pistol-packing Santa vs. Drunk thief
Round one, matchup three of Best of BLUtube features shooting range "Jingle Bells" and a tipsy crook.
Carl's Jr. shooting vs. Bridge shooting
Round one, matchup four of Best of BLUtube features two fatal officer-involved incidents.
 View more police videos at BLUtube.com
P1 First Person

Remembering what's really important

By Daniel Burns, PoliceOne Member
Show me a cop who has a happy marriage, a loving family, and a strong faith that binds them all together and I'll show you two who are divorced or at least on the brink of a break-up. Married to the job
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Video Tip
Should cops be trained in neck restraints?
Today's video isn't instructional — instead, use it to inspire conversation about the use and technique of neck restraints. Watch the video
Last Chance to Save on the Street Survival Webinar
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P1 Photo of the Week
Coming in for a landing
This week's photo comes from Derek Miller, who snapped this photo at an accident scene of a 2011 Ford Explorer marking the Landing Zone for the air medic unit in the background.
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