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Week 336
June 4, 2007
New Study: Cop shooting decisions not driven by race bias

Sponsored by Blauer

New research shows that trained, experienced police officers are clearly more successful than civilians at eliminating racial bias when making shooting decisions.

This conclusion, from a major study headed by a prominent University of Chicago psychologist, may help in rebutting inflammatory charges by activists that police shootings of black subjects are racially driven ... Full Story

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A commuter rail train serving JFK Airport passes large jet fuel tanks at the airport. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) Watch video
'One of the most chilling plots imaginable' foiled in NYC
NEW YORK — Three people were arrested and another was being sought Saturday for allegedly plotting to blow up a fuel line that feeds John F. Kennedy International Airport and runs through residential neighborhoods ... Full Story

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Informant helped bust alleged JFK plot

Terrorism, safety and situational awareness

7 patrol-level tips for spotting terrorist activity

Visit the P1 Terrorism Prevention and Response section

PoliceOne Training Tip:
Protecting your audio transmitter cord
In today's tip, a P1 member member tells you how to avoid breaking an external mic cord so you won't end up with an evidence tape with no audio ... Full Tip

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News and Announcements:

Press Release:
Golight Inc. Provides High Quality Lighting Products for Any First Responder - The Stryker Lights the Way!
[Golight, Inc.]

146 German police officers injured in violent G-8 protests
[Rostock, Germany]

Texas police seek fugitive who stole cruiser, loaded assault rifle
[Corpus Christi, TX]

Minn. traffic stop yields ton of pot, 40,000 lb. Jawbreakers
[St. Paul, MN]

Iowa police officer sues McDonald's over alleged 'mucousy' substance in sandwich
[Charles City, IA]

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News and Announcements:

Press Release:
Dakota Micro, Inc. Set To Launch Backside Archival System In Fall 2007
[Dakota Micro, Inc.]

Off-duty fed shoots knife-wielding suspect; SF officer injured
[San Francisco, CA]

Gangbangers ordered out of Calif. desert town
[Victorville, CA]

Dozens, including 2 D.C. officers, injured when runaway car plows through street festival
[Washington, DC]

Fake N.Y. cop faces 132 years in prison
[Riverhead, NY]

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    Featured Degree Program:
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    Featured Webinar:
  • Presented by KRM: "High Risk Communication" June 27

  • Thin Blue Line—Oath of Honor Challenge Coin
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