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Dear PoliceOne Member,

As we do every year, PoliceOne will have "boots on the ground" at SHOT Show 2011 next week in Las Vegas. If you’re attending and see a new gun, holster, or other piece of LE gear that you think we should take a look at, just send us an email. Or you can visit us at Booth # 8510, where among other things we’ll be talking about the official launch of the PoliceOne Academy, with demonstrations of the site and a chance to win a one-year subscription for your PD.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
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The Supreme Court and warrantless entry
The high court is hearing an appeal in a drug possession case that could clarify when cops are allowed to search with no warrant. Unlucky pot smokers
Today's Top Stories:
Cop stopped Loughner on day of shooting: Took his license and registration but found no warrants and did not search the car
Toronto cop killed by stolen snowplow:
The suspected driver, who rammed several cars, was shot and taken to a hospital

Fla. police chief charged with misconduct
Death penalty drug shortage may delay executions
Fewest fatal police shootings for NYPD
N.J. moves to curb steroid use by police
12-year-old boy arrested after Calif. chase
Spike strips and a sound strategy end Idaho pursuit
News Analysis:
Analysis: Kentucky v. King
 By Terrence P. Dwyer, Esq., PoliceOne Contributor
The appeal before the Court today could clarify rules for when police officers are allowed to conduct searches without a warrant. At what point does an exigency either cease to exist or may be said to have never actually existed in the first place, thus requiring a warrant?
What today's argument means for you
PoliceOne Exclusive
5 ways to stop youth violence using social media
By Justin Cox, PoliceOne Staff
"A mass shooting like you saw at Safeway has been stopped in Toronto because of relationships built with technology," said Scott Mills, Social Media Officer for the Toronto Police Service ...
How did the PD do it?
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Dear Chief, Sorry I screwed up
By Mike Peterson, PoliceOne Columnist
Ever had to write a letter to your chief to explain a screw-up? Sometimes these blunders can lead to full-fledged internal affairs investigations and are no laughing matter, but others amount to a whole lot of laughs in the squad room ...
'Barney Fife' incidents
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Is social media a fad, or is your PD falling behind?
Keep your specific police department in mind as some of these amazing statistics about social media bounce across your computer screen.
BadgeFights: Cops vs. Firefighters
911fightclub.com conducts patriotic police vs. fire vs. military grappling duels throughout the country. The respectful competition is for the love of the sport and the benefit of fallen warriors.
The Entry Tool with Authority
The ZAK Tactical Entry Tool was designed for accomplishing forcible entry into buildings, vehicles and other locked enclosures. The working ends of the tool will perform a range of tasks including prying, pounding, and puncturing the tubular steel handle, reducing the overall weight while enhancing leverage, control and balance during use.
Gain entry fast when you need to most
Tactical Tip
Confronting an upside-down world
By Charles Remsberg, PoliceOne Columnist
Firearms guru John Farnam finds a valuable training lesson in a gun-carrying friend’s struggle to hang Christmas lights. It started when he was side-crawling on the roof and his gun slid toward his neck ...
Looking good vs. training good
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Save Crucial Seconds with the Troy BattleMag
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