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 Triumph and tragedy:
One great cop's life
 Video: Don't let technology kill your career
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Featured News

Deputy dies after shoulder surgery
Shandon Wright, 29, died less than 24 hours after surgery for a dislocated shoulder from an on-duty assault. He was with his wife and daughter when he began having trouble breathing.
50 officers respond
Today's Top Stories:
Crime up in Camden since huge layoff:
New Jersey's most crime-ridden city has worsened since nearly half the force was cut
Rodney King beating changed the LAPD:
Video: In a recent interview, he said he has "no animosity" toward police officers

Report: Police chiefs unhappy over immigration role
Video: Wis. cops tackle Dem. at Capitol
Video: Fort Worth police say footage justifies OIS
Ohio DUI suspect drinks in front of cop
NYPD arrests man who fired 8 shots from window
Smart policing on display in NY incident
PoliceOne Exclusive
Triumph and tragedy: Lesson of one great cop's life
By Lt. Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
Veteran SWAT Officer Fred Thornton was preparing his equipment for his next call when a flash bang detonated and took his life. He will be sadly missed, but a lot can be learned from the way he lived ... Flash bang detonated
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New Intrepid Interior Lighting by Code 3
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Light the way with the new Intrepid Series
PoliceOne Exclusive
9/11 Patch Project honors public safety and military
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
I can't say "the ground was still hot" when I visited Ground Zero several months after the attacks. It was actually cold. That's because the flames had been doused and those brave firefighters had finished the job and moved on ... For cops, it was the beginning
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Man chucks snowball at officers
He would have gotten away with it if not for those pesky old Homeland Security cameras.
Deputy hits woman with TASER
Her trip to the ground would have been softer if she would have initiated it herself when the officer asked.
ARMOR Rugged Tablet Optimizes Public Safety Communications
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Video Tip
Don't let technology kill your career
Be careful how you send and receive text messages and emails. P1 Columnist Betsy Brantner Smith says that depending on the context, your messages can be subpoenaed and used in court ... Career hazard
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The Lightfield SuperStar: Accurate, Effective
and Affordable
The SuperStar is a close-range, less-lethal impact projectile intended for direct fire at targets between 2 and 15 yards. The patented design of the 'Star' projectile intentionally embodies properties that virtually eliminate the undesirable tendencies of the typical drag-stabilized, sock-style bean-bag.
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
Star in shield

This week’s photo is from PoliceOne Member Cody Thomas, a Deputy Sheriff with the Morton County (N.D.) Sheriff's Department.

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