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 Shoot to kill or shoot to stop?
 Follow the money, find the terrorists
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Featured News

Video: Cop loses eye, man killed in gunfight
The suspect stood behind a parked car with a shotgun pointed at Sgt. James Kelemen. As backup arrived, the man opened fire, hitting the officer in the face. Backup fires back
Today's Top Stories:
Cop learns Facebook lesson hard way:
After an OIS, the media saw his Facebook occupation: "Human waste disposal”
Mich. trooper thrown from cruiser, killed: Squad rolled several times in the wreck that came while responding to an accident
No excessive force in NY teen-TASER case
Gunman kills 13 at Brazilian school
Muslim cop, Calif. city settle wrongful termination claim
Video shown in NYPD rape case
Ex-Chi. cop accused of making jail threats
Lady gets half-naked to shed liquor smell
PoliceOne Exclusive
Shoot to kill or shoot to stop?
By Roy Bedard, PoliceOne Contributor
We’re told to shoot center mass, and yet we’re also told to “shoot to stop,” rather than “shoot to kill.” Center mass houses your heart, lungs, and plenty of nerves. Is anybody else out there getting conflicting messages here? ... State of denial
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Follow the money, find the terrorists
By Terry Dwyer, PoliceOne Contributor
The importance of the beat cop has never been as critical in the United States as it is today. The events of 9/11 forever changed the role of policing and put law enforcement on the front line ... Trail of terror finance
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Cop pepper-sprays baby squirrel
In a video posted to YouTube as "baby squirrel abuse," a police officer can be seen hitting a "strange" squirrel with pepper-spray while middleschoolers scream in the background.
Naked man fires AK-47 at SWAT robot
The angry naked man in Florida opened fire on a SWAT robot last week after threatening to shoot anyone who entered his property.
P1 First Person
How to review use-of-force tactics
By Scott L. Sargent, LAPD
Police use of force in modern society is a serious issue often scrutinized internally by departments and externally by the media and society. We must look to past cases to adjudicate new ones ...
4 key areas
Sick of All That Paperwork?
With Presynct Report Network’s full-text search, all information stored in incident reports is searchable – including the narrative. Matches are highlighted and a list of documents is created. Just click on a document in the list to view highlighted entries. Now, isn’t that better than searching through all the paper forms?
That's the power of Presynct Report Network!
Tactical Tip
The value of using checklists
It's easy to forget a step in your routine. That’s why P1 Contributor Kyle Lamb stresses the importance of carrying a checklist with you at all times ... Reinforce best practices
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Field Test a State-of-the-Art Wireless Intercom System for Free!
C-AT has developed a version of its wireless intercom system (DWIS) for EOD operations. Units are currently undergoing field testing:
C-AT sends you a wireless intercom system, and you provide feedback on how it works for your team.
Contact C-AT to participate in the next round of testing
P1 Member Photo of the Week
Berkshire County SRT

P1 Member Ryan Williams writes that this photo taken in front of a Bearcat "was taken after we executed a search warrant on an individual illegally stockpiling firearms."

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