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 7 vital lessons for every officer
 Reflections on the career of a cop
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

In today's column by Chuck Remsberg, you'll find seven outstanding training points worthy of reinforcement at roll call, each drawn from extensive reconstructions of complex incidents. Check it out and add your debrief teaching points in the comments area.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
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10-8: Life on the Line
7 vital lessons for every officer
By Charles Remsberg, PoliceOne Senior Writer
A perfect SWAT operation is like a unicorn. Everyone knows what it looks like, but nobody has ever seen one. Debriefings of seven SWAT call-outs offer universal truths worthy of reinforcement at roll call or posting on the squad room wall ... Plan for contingencies
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Reflections on the career of a cop
By Duane Wolfe, PoliceOne Contributor
Climbing the law enforcement mountain, we warriors sometimes ascend in groups, and at other times set off alone on a singular path toward the peaks ... Beware dangerous paths
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Community Rallies and Raises Funds for AEDs
When lack of funding threatened the New Berlin Police department’s ability to replace an aging fleet of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs), Police Chief Joe Rider turned to an alternative approach. Read about how this department, within three months, had received $40,000 – enough money to purchase 22 HeartStart FRx AED units.
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Tactical Tip
Make yourself stealthy!
By Betsy Brantner Smith, P1 Columnist
Recently, officers have been shot at through walls and ceilings because of the 'cop noises' the shooter heard below him or in another room ... Control your sound
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Go Paperless with Minimum Pain and
Maximum Benefit
With budgets being cut each year, you need to find a way to maintain proactive officer-hours on the street with less manpower. The key is efficiency. You can do more with less when you have an automated incident reporting process. Less time completing and retrieving paperwork means more time on the street serving the public.
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