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Introducing the New 2017 Zero DSRP
The DSRP is Zero's most powerful police motorcycle with 106 ft-lb. torque and top speed of 102 mph. The DSRP joins the DSP and FXP in Zero's police lineup.
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Cops aren't shooters, but they should be
By Chrystal Fletcher, PoliceOne Columnist
With the spike in ambush attacks against law enforcement, extensive training with firearms is more important than ever.
An honest self-assessment
20 golden principles for prevailing on the street
By Lt. Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
These principles will help you physically, legally and emotionally survive law enforcement.
Be careful out there
StarChase: The Pursuit Ends Here
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Improving your verbal response to situations
In this video tactical tip, Gary Klugiewicz explains why we should replace the word “react” with the word “respond” in scenarios and situations.
Drunk burglar arrested after getting stuck in window
Quacks on the tracks: NYPD rescues duck from subway line
3K 1 epic Saint Patrick's Day tackle
2.1K Slain La. sergeant remembered as 'epitome of a public servant'
1.9K Kan. K-9 fatally shot by suspect
1.8K Calif. K-9 dies from medical condition
1.4K Police: Robber breaks leg, calls for help, gets arrested
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