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 SWAT callouts from the violators' perspective
 Firearms concealment for female subjects
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

Today we have been in regular contact with Scott Barthelmass, founder of the Missouri Law Enforcement Funeral Assistance Team, and a Corporal with the Overland (Mo.) Police Department. Barthelmass said that they've received a "list of seven officers who lost everything" in the Joplin tornado. We at PoliceOne are doing what we can to assist these heroes and their families, and in the feature below we offer a few ideas on how we can all pitch in. Add your thoughts in the comments area beneath that article.

Meanwhile, our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends, and fellow-LEOs of Officer Jeff Taylor of the Riverside (Mo.) Police Department, who was struck by lightning and severely injured during the search for survivors in Joplin.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Featured News

Helping officers struck by the Joplin tornado
An effort to assist officers from the tornado-affected area has begun Katrina, without the water
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PoliceOne Exclusive
LAPD provides the 'missing link' in SWAT debriefings
By Charles Remsberg, PoliceOne Columnist
Through extensive post-incident interviews in prisons, mental health facilities, and private homes, investigators are amassing a rich trove of information on what works and what doesn’t in high-profile SWAT callouts ... Candid Q&As
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Terrorism as a criminal enterprise
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Terrorist organizations operating inside our borders are little more than organized criminal enterprises. They are groups of unstable violent criminals hiding behind a failed ideology ... Financing terror through criminal activity
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Chicago cops go to high-crime areas
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Tactical Tip
Firearms concealment for females
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Some seasoned violators make it a practice to have their girlfriends carry their guns. A new 'viral' Internet video offers a reminder about thorough opposite-sex search techniques ... 'Support side' shooting
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