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Suspect steals cruiser, runs down cop; 5 keys to winning gunfights

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 5 keys to winning gunfights
 Jan. 16, 2013
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Video: Suspect steals cruiser, runs down cop

NH man gets 60 years in attempted murder of cop

Calif. officer shot dead, suspect kills self

Today's Top Stories:
FBI agent shot during training: Agents were involved in a live fire tactical training exercise when the accident occurred
Autopsy says 'cardiac event' caused Ga. officer's death: Remembered as a healthy, determined, and loving man
Obama unveils $500M gun violence package: Requires agencies to make more data available for background checks
Video released of Mass. baby shower brawl
Ore. sheriff: I won't enforce new gun laws
NYC cop killer's confession video played at pretrial
Video: Police, suspect fly past bystander in pursuit
Rookie cop fired after armed and drunk at club
ACLU lawsuit argues right to videotape police

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10-8: Life on the Line

5 keys to winning gunfights (from a cop who's 'been there' repeatedly)

By Charles Remsberg, P1 Columnist
Gang Detective Jared Reston knows something about winning gunfights. Reston recently shared his secrets for staying alive against staggering odds. Whether you work with a team or alone, these will help you win any armed encounter. Mentally rehearsed
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San Diego police chief talks gun control
Chief William Lansdowne talks about his "boots on the ground take" on gun policy and violence.
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2013 resolutions from the frontline trenches

2013 resolutions from the frontline trenches

By Val Van Brocklin, P1 Columnist
I asked some of the best officers and trainers that I've ever met to talk about their New Year's resolutions. More responded than I can include, but those listed are truly humbling and inspiring. "A time for warriors"
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Secure your 'tools' at home
By Doug Wyllie, Editor in Chief
We talk about securing firearms at home. But don't limit the lockdown of your "tools of the trade" to just your gun. A Chicago-area officer recently returned to his apartment to find it being burglarized by a neighbor. "I just broke into a cop's house!"
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