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Week 443
June 26, 2009
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More cops patrolling solo in "rolling coffins" after cutbacks

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(AP Photo)

CHICAGO — As hundreds of jobs in Chicago's police department go unfilled, officers who once patrolled the streets with partners are riding alone in what some cops bitterly call "rolling coffins."

This is what the nation's economic crisis looks like in law enforcement. As tax revenue shrivels, police agencies that for years were bulletproof when it came to funding are tightening their belts. Some worry that criminals will take advantage of the situation ... Full story
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The UCLA library incident, revisited
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I’ve waited a long time to write this article, because the matter has been tied up in litigation, and I could not publicly speak about it. I was one of the use of force experts retained to assist UCLA and its officers in their defense of the civil lawsuit brought by student Mostafa Tabatabainejad, who actively and occasionally aggressively physically resisted the campus officers ejecting him from the library. “Now the story can be told,” as we say in Hollywood ... Full column
News and Announcements
Aliases hinder probe of Houston officer's slaying

Tenn. officer on life support after shooting

Off-duty Calif. officer shoots 2 after assault

Five bullets can't stop Va. officer from doing his job

Police reunion of '68 convention stirs controversy

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The power of a forearm fuse

P1 Video Tip Lt. Kevin Dillon explains why using a strategically delivered forearm can be tremendously more effective than your hands when trying to stop a suspect from pulling a weapon from his waistband. Full tip

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News and Announcements
Calif. officer apologizes for killing bicyclists after falling asleep at the wheel

Fla. deputy in bathroom injured in shootout

Nine guns found in Ga. man's car after alert from license
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Former Ill. officer ordered to pay $15K to gang member

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Comment of the Week

"Botton line: A subject armed with a lethal weapon and closing distance on an officer requires a bullet to the bridge of the nose. If one does anything else, he's rolling the dice."
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