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Week 364
December 21, 2007
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Editor's Note:

The entire PoliceOne team wishes you and your loved ones a safe, happy holiday. We're grateful for your continued support of PoliceOne and Calibre Press, and we thank you for your selfless dedication to protecting the right to enjoy the season peacefully and safely. We particularly send our thoughts out to those of you who will be on patrol over the holidays. Know that your willingness to stand the front line at a time when most are with their families is deeply appreciated. Stay safe.

— Scott Buhrmaster, Managing Editor
3 line-of-duty deaths in one tragic day

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — More than 100 law enforcement officers scoured south Sacramento late Wednesday night in a massive manhunt for the killer of a sheriff's deputy ... Full Story

SMITHSBURG, Md. — An officer with the Smithsburg Police Department was shot and killed Wednesday night... Full Story

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — A 40-year-old Port of Corpus Christi police officer died from a gunshot wound Wednesday while he and another officer were sighting in a rifle ... Full Story
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Police driving: Safety behind the wheel
New tire deflation devices help put an end to pursuits
The recent deaths of two Fla. deputies while using tire deflation devices have brought up significant questions about the methods and technology used to stop pursuits. This is not the first time the questions have come up.

It does seem rather odd that in today’s technology-driven environment, the two predominant methods to end pursuits are so outmoded ... Full Story
PoliceOne Video Training Tip
Right angle draw stroke
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In this week's PoliceOne video tactical tip, Ralph Mroz, Director of Training for the Police Officers Safety Association (POSA), explores the differences between the "traditional" draw stroke and the "right angle" variation.

The two key issues he approaches are the speed at which each technique allows you to get on target, and the flexibility offered by each version to avoid obstructions ... Full Tip

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