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In this issue, PoliceOne Columnist Charles Remsberg explores a common law enforcement taboo in which cops are hesitant to “interfere” with another officer’s handling of a situation, even if it could get someone killed or sued.

He discusses a shift in culture that would make intervention accepted and trained as the “new normal.” Check out the story and let us know what you think in the article comment section.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor

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