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 Throwing down sidearms: Video game scar?
 Reminders on threats and distances
 June 3, 2013
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Video: LA police storm studio guarded by dummy

Video: Drunk lawyer takes off panties, attacks cops

K-9 pays respects to fallen partner at funeral

Today's Top Stories:
Wash. trooper dies after collision with truck: Trooper Sean O'Connell's motorcycle collided with a truck
Sheriff among 5 dead from Ark. flood: Sheriff Cody Carpenter drowned while attempting to rescue two women
Court: Police can take DNA swabs from arrestees: 28 states, federal government now take DNA swabs after arrests
NJ cops could lose jobs over 'insensitive' rap video
UK police keep peace amid protests of soldier's slaying
Feds: Pa. prison misused solitary confinement
Philly police shootings scrutinized despite justification
Fla. cops use TASER to subdue loose llama
Audio: Ala. bus driver wouldn't hand kids to gunman in bunker abduction
Law Enforcement Firearms

Throwing down your sidearm: A video game training scar?

By Richard Fairburn, PoliceOne Columnist
Some officers are inadvertently training themselves to "throw down" their sidearm. We can reprogram them by regularly stressing the proper de-escalation cycle during training. Minimize potential danger
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Tactics & Training

The reactionary gap: Reminders on threats and distances

By Dave Grossi, PoliceOne Columnist
The closer you are to a suspect, the more dangerous that situation is for you. One of the most common mistakes officers make is not realizing the importance of maintaining adequate distance between them and the suspect. Stacking the odds
Kangaroo leads Fla. police on pursuit
Police and a wildlife conservation team worked together to eventually subdue the animal.
Thousands of Turkish protesters clash with police
Turkish police fired tear gas to disperse protesters marching on government offices.
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Tactical Tip
Tail lights as pre-attack indicators
By Clive Milligan, PoliceOne Member
I've noticed a fairly consistent pre-attack cue when officers have been shot at while conducting vehicle stops. It seemed that the suspect kept the brake lights on for an unnatural period of time before they shot at the officer(s). Holding pattern
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