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US looking at Portugal's anti-drug policy
The country changed drugs from criminal issue to a public health one in hopes of keeping them off the black market.
Would it work in America?
Today's Top Stories:
2 charged in fatal shooting of Mass. cop: John B. Maguire is believed to be the first Woburn LEO to die in the line of duty
Murder down in LA despite budget cuts:
Los Angeles is on pace to record its lowest number of murders since 1967
Citing police abuse, Hispanics leaving Conn. town en masse
Maine officer helps man off I-95 bridge
Guns stolen from NM Chief's squad
Man arrested with $448K in meth, cash, and mobile lab equipment
Report: 'Gaping holes' in transit security
Editorial: Honor our Border Patrol
UK holds 9 in US Embassy terror plot
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Being a 5%er in 2011
By Dave Grossi, PoliceOne Contributor
As we near the end of the year, we’re closing in on 160 line-of-duty deaths for 2010, well above the 128 figure posted for line-of-duty deaths for 2009. How do we reduce that number in 2011?
Always alert and prepared
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Getting backup from other agencies
By Pat Novesky, PoliceOne Columnist
In remote areas, you may not know where backup is coming from. A game warden and a town cop may respond as backup to a each other's calls — it's imperative to train together and open lines of communication ...
A 'rural metro' police force
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Wash. man steals squad car
Raymond Hall fled a traffic stop on foot with a Clark County deputy in pursuit, but soon thereafter 'circled back' to the deputy's patrol car, and tried to use it as a weapon against the lawman.
Travelers robbed by fake cops
Several international travelers passing through the Houston area told deputies they were robbed by a group of men wearing what appeared to be police uniforms.
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Featured Tip
Look out for lookouts
By PoliceOne Staff
As you approach the scene of a store alarm or robbery-in-progress call, be cautious not to visually funnel in on the structure alone and completely disregard the surrounding area. Keep an eye out for getaway vehicles and lookouts ... Look for red flags
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