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Officer's harrowing survival story; Video: Trigger control tips

Cop loses dream job when shift takes nearly deadly turn; Video: Trigger control importance; 2 female bomb techs flaunt police powers in fire, EMS;
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In 2012, law enforcement has already lost six women police officers. As we remember them, let us also celebrate two of this profession's most amazing survivors. In this edition of Women's eNews, Brandy Roell and Lucia Wade both prove sometimes "winning" means more than returning back to patrol.

Also, watch a 15-year-old girl the youngest member of Team Glock speak about the importance of trigger control, and read the latest news about women officers.

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Career Survival
Officer Brandy Roell: Always a fighter, forever a warrior
By Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith, P1 Columnist
Officer Roell was rushed to a trauma center after being badly wounded in a shootout with felon Andres Vargas. In the ambulance, the medics had commented that they had never seen anyone so badly injured remain so calm. A survivor
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Criminals, Victims, and Cops
2 female bomb techs flaunt police powers in fire, EMS
By Karen L. Bune, P1 Columnist
Female bomb technicians with full police powers represent a rather small percentage of their gender in the field. Challenge accepted
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Tactical Tip
Video: Trigger control importance
Tori Nonaka, the youngest member of Team Glock (at just 15 years old) speaks about the importance of trigger control, particularly the need to allow the sear reset to occur without totally taking your finger off the trigger before breaking a second shot. Watch the video
Stories From The Beat
Cop loses dream job when slow shift takes nearly deadly turn
By Hayley Hudson, P1 Columnist
Despite devastating injuries, and a grueling recovery that displaced her from her dream job, former police officer Lucia Wade, 40, insists the story of her accident is not — or shouldn't be — a cautionary tale.
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