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 September 13, 2013
Featured News

Video: Man charges police with knife, gets shot

Woman caught smuggling cocaine in 'baby bump'

ICE launches 'Operation Predator' app

Today's Top Stories:
Iowa cop shot, killed; suspect charged: Jamie Buenting struck by single gunshot from suspect holed up inside
Fla. cop suffers critical brain injuries in car crash: Appears to be 1-vehicle crash but authorities are investigating
Okla. cop killed in crash responding to call: David Allford died in a single-vehicle crash
Miami approved to hire 100 more officers
Pa. bank robber shoots 2 cops, kills self
Police install 37 cameras on Vegas Strip
Undercover Seattle cops don 49ers gear to curb unruly behavior
'Anonymous' hacker of police websites gets 3 years
Feds seeking 27 years in child porn, 'cannibal' case
P1 Roll Call

Remembering 9/11; Texas cop survives shot to head

Dave Smith discusses the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and a San Antonio officer who survived a gunshot to the head. Watch the video
PoliceOne Exclusive

So you think you want to be a cop?

By Andrew Hawkes, PoliceOne Columnist
Civilians watch the news and say, "That was a terrible story." Cops watch the news and hope we’re not on it. Are you willing to be put under a microscope for the next 20 to 30 years of your life? Times have changed
Save Time & Money by Wrapping Instead of Painting Your Patrol Cars
Check out Vinyl Graphics new design for the city of Port Washington. By wrapping the doors the design uses elements of the black & white yet at the same time gives a very clean and professional look.
Visit www.police-graphics.com for more information
10-43: Be Advised...

Vest For Life is saving LEOs' lives with donated body armor

By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
As infuriating as it may be, many agencies don't outfit their officers with body armor, causing officers to choose between buying proper ballistic protection and putting food on the family table. A call to action
Metal thieves caught on camera
Metal thieves posed as contractors caught via aerial camera.
Throwback: Police dogs in action circa 1965
A profile of police dogs, how they are trained, and what happens when they are off the job. Stanford University student film from 1965.
 View more police videos at BLUtube.com
P1 First Person

Balancing 'police supervisor' and 'cop buddy' roles

By Neal Collie, PoliceOne Member
Over my career in law enforcement, I have attended various management training courses and this topic has never been formally addressed. So, can a supervisor be a friend to a subordinate officer? The answer is "yes... to a degree."
3M - A Dedicated Law Enforcement Partner
The 3M ALPR solution helps officers effectively combat criminal activity, enhance productivity and improve officer safety. The ALPR cameras capture infrared license plate images as well as color overview images and the software organizes the captured images and associated data for investigative purposes. Available for fixed or mobile applications.
Visit us at www.3M.com/mvss
Tactical Tip
Using the HALO chest seal for sucking chest wounds
Van Postell discusses and demonstrates the application of an occlusive dressing such as the HALO Chest Seal to treat a sucking chest wound. Watch the video
Are Your In-Car Video Systems Unreliable And Not '10-8'?
Designed with a focus on reliability and ease of use, the 10-8 Video system has proven itself to be one of the most reliable in-car video systems on the market today. Most companies are caught up in a game of trying to 'out feature' each other, resulting in complicated systems that keeps prices high, reliability down and prices more than double 10-8!
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
In memory of a 9/11 hero
This week's photo of the week has an inspiring story behind it, sent in by Cory Cuneo, Chief of Police of the Administration for Children's Services in New York. Gone, but never forgotten
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