San Francisco police used a simple but effective counter-protest strategy today to help avoid confrontations during the passing of the Olympic torch: they quietly changed the route and the closing ceremony plans. The head of the Olympic Committee praised the tactic, predicting that the city will be "applauded" for the effort to reduce the potential for clashes.
PoliceOne staffers were on hand as the torch passed through the city. Read the full story and take a look at our exclusive slideshow of images to see how officers contained the area throughout the day.
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Law Enforcement Firearms:
Shot doesn't always equal dead
By Richard Fairburn
Well, it happened. Hopefully, you prepared yourself for this eventuality and realized it could happen someday.
The dude turned around with a gun in his hand and you were just in your first gunfight. Even worse, you've been shot.
Ok, stick with me, we'll get through this ... Full Story
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