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 Applying FSI findings to policy and training
 How I learned about trusting my gut
 October 11, 2013
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2 Mo. officers shot during ambush, suspect later killed

Ex-cop who shot at courthouse waved off bystanders

Auto-erotic asphyxiation possible in Castro's death

Today's Top Stories:
Controversial Pa. chief's hearing halted when gun hits floor: Supporter of Chief Kessler dropped handgun on concrete floor
FBI releases death row inmate to search for victim's body: Chadrick Fulks was taken from prison to assist in search
3rd man convicted in slaying of Chicago cop: Alejandro "Alex" Valadez was killed on-duty in a drive-by shooting
LAPD officer charged for arrest that turned fatal
Chief: Why the use of an ECD on a child was justified
Video: Drug suspects fleeing police crash into fire station
Texas suspect rammed cruiser, punched officer
Diabetic man killed by police told family 'he wants to die'
Chicago woman sues police for alleged excessive force
P1 Roll Call

NFL bans off-duty carry; Ore. trooper ambushed

Dave Smith analyzes a biker-vs.-SUV scuffle that ended in the arrest of a detective, and examines a new motion that bans off-duty weapons from NFL events. Watch the video
The Science of Training

How to apply Force Science findings to policy and training

By David Blake, PoliceOne Columnist
Practical application of Force Science has benefits in officer safety that may be immeasurably great. The question should be posed as to whether this research is being used correctly.
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Unleashing Your Inner Warrior

How I learned about trusting my gut

By Nancy Fatura, PoliceOne Columnist
Shots fired. Blocks away. You’re on scene within 30 seconds. You hear screaming from inside the house. It is a panicked tone, a hysterical woman. You hear no gunfire. Do you run in?
The day I put a gun to my head
P1 columnist and trainer Duane Wolfe discusses his impactful article "The day I put a gun to my head" and the stigma behind officer suicide.
Throwback: 1962 'Tear Gas in Law Enforcement'
Produced on behalf of the Lake Erie Chemical Corporation, this 1962 police training film demonstrates crowd control tactics through the use of tear gas.
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P1 First Person

A 'work in progress' and proud of it

By Gavin Graham, PoliceOne Member
I’ve been made fun of because I’ve been seen helping Highway Patrol with accidents if they are by themselves. To me, if you wear the uniform — no matter the color — of a law enforcement officer, and you are in need while I am around, you won't ever be without help.
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Video Tip
The 7 locks of the Sudden Assault Response System
In this video tactical tip, Henry Brettrager demonstrates the basics and principles of the SAR system. Watch the video
The Forensics You've Been Missing
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
School pride
This week’s photo comes from S. Allen. Pictured is the Walnut Ridge police's D.A.R.E. Durango, wrapped in graphics in support of the local school's mascot, the Bobcats!
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