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 The debate over ambushes and seatbelts
 Fundamental principles of crisis intervention
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

Last week, we featured a column by PoliceOne Contributor Larry Miller in which he examined many of the facts and fictions associated with suicide, as well as some of the warning signs to watch out for when you come into contact with citizens who might have suicidal tendencies. If the warning signs have been missed, the first chance to intervene with a depressed, suicidal subject may come when the crisis is already peaking. This week, Larry offers some solutions you can use to work the problem when you encounter that suicidal subject. Check it out below.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
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Police ambushes and seatbelts: The debate continues
By Capt. Travis Yates, PoliceOne Columnist
On May 28, 2011, Bexar County (Texas) Sergeant Kenneth Vann was gunned down while he sat in his patrol vehicle at a stop light. This incident and the circumstances of it are rare. Here, I take a look at the issue of ambushes and how they relate to seatbelt usage ... You are a target
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The suicidal subject: Fundamental principles of crisis intervention
By Laurence Miller, PoliceOne Contributor
The intervener’s task is to keep the suicidal subject alive long enough to get appropriate care. Without seeming manipulative, the intervener should encourage the subject to put even a few short steps between the idea of self-destruction and the act itself ... Make a plan and obtain commitment
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Tactical Tip
A reminder on cover versus concealment
By PoliceOne Member Rich Von Voigt
Do you know how to find cover for your protection, or do you just jump behind the nearest bush, sheetrock wall, or living room couch? Be aware or your surroundings so you know what will protect you and what will get you injured or worse ... Engine blocks are better than car doors
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