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 UC pepper spray case and the punch-in-the-nose test
 Using social media to manage crisis response
 Oct. 10, 2012
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Survival Sciences

The UC pepper spray case and the punch-in-the-nose test

By Chuck Joyner, PoliceOne Columnist
Why do we see good, hard-working officers using greater force than permitted in these situations, like that of the UC Davis protesters? One possible reason is they don't fully understand the law. This is not the officer's fault. It's the department's
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How agencies are using social media to manage crisis response

By Leischen Stelter, PoliceOne Contributor
Responding quickly — both physically and via social media — can help instill public confidence that the police are aware of, and responding to, an alleged crime in your jurisdiction. Faster than television
Pursuit ends with car hitting house
The suspect bailed out of the car and his vehicle hit a house. The occupantsof the house were not injured.
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Police performing a pit maneuver to capture a fugitive sought on felony homicide warrants.
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Tactical Tip
Watch out for wet leaves
By Doug Wyllie, Editor in Chief
Police officers in many places are presently enjoying the full flush of the autumn season, and consequently, there are leaves scattered about on roads, sidewalks, and people's front porches. As you enjoy them, stay aware of them. Slippery as ice
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