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Minneapolis officer returning medal awarded for disputed shooting
MINNEAPOLIS- A Minneapolis police officer said Thursday he would return a medal for bravery he received last week for a 1990 incident in which he shot and killed a teenager. Sgt. Dan May noted that an outburst of criticism followed the awarding of the Medal of Valor by a committee made up of fellow officers and civilian police department employees ... Full Story

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Excited delirium and its medical status
with Chris Lawrence
I recently spoke with a person at a national police association headquarters about excited delirium (ED), and was "reminded" that there are some people who do not like the term because it is not "officially recognized." Depending on what ... Full Story

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The varied faces of excited delirium

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PoliceOne Training Tip:

Training foundation principles
Submitted by Police Officers Safety Association (POSA)
At the heart of all force training are two foundational principles. The first is that empty hands skill underlie all weapons training. The second is that real-life events occur along a Bell curve of probabilities. This video tip from the Police Officers Safety Association elucidates both of these cornerstone principles
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Analysts seeking date, language of bin Laden tape for clues
[Washington, DC]
States try to toughen penalties for refusing breath test
[Columbus, OH]
Ga. chief's home burns hours after man dies in custody
[Marshallville, GA]
Ohio officer says Jordanian tried to recruit him for terrorist cause
[Dayton, OH]
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TX.: Wild police chase comes to crashing end
[Houston, TX]

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Press Release:
Itronix New Semi-rugged Notebook Selected to Support Public Safety Efforts; Transforms Law Enforcement Vehicles into Mobile Offices for Increased Efficiency on the Job
New Orleans area sees hope in restructuring its police forces
[New Orleans, LA]
National poker craze drawing attention of law enforcement
[New York, NY]
Ga. police dog leaps fence and bites Girl Scout
[DeKalb County, GA]
Authorities: Jailed man who killed 3 teens commits suicide
[Crown Point, IN]

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