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LA's red-light cameras face growing opposition
The $2.6 million-a-year red-light camera program unfairly targets the public for minor infractions, LA's Police Commission argues. Just installed but coming down
Today's Top Stories:
FBI nabs Boston mob boss on 'Top 10': After an international manhunt, the FBI caught 81-year-old James 'Whitey' and longtime girlfriend near LA
LulzSec hacks Ariz. police, posts officer personal info: Hacker group says attack is response to state's immigration laws
Mexico wants wider probe into Border Patrol shooting
APD cracks down after spike in shootings, Facebook comments
'Columbo' actor Peter Falk dies at 83
Mass. college debates whether to arm campus police
Deputy cleared in Wash. shooting
Video: Boy rides in front of cruiser, is struck
News Analysis:
Red-light camera debate: Implications for law enforcement
 By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Public opposition to red-light cameras is at a fever pitch in cities like Albuquerque, Houston, and Spokane, as well as whole states including Florida, Missouri, North Carolina, and Tennessee, and there are actually two somewhat conflicting implications for police officers whose cities and towns want to take down the cameras. Forcing patrol to retake responsibility
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Water safety tips for police officers
By Tom Burrell, PoliceOne Contributor
In 2010, three officers died as a result of drowning, and 217 officers are listed as having drowned while on duty. Recently, water's prowess has been vividly illustrated in record flooding throughout the Midwest, Southeast, and East ... 3 considerations
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PoliceOne Exclusive
How will Mexico's Cartel War impact its upcoming 2012 elections?
By Scott Stewart, PoliceOne Contributor
The Mexican drug-smuggling corridors into the U.S. are more lucrative than ever for the cartels, and the increasing value of these corridors has heightened the competition — and the violence — to control them. ... Impact on the election
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Woman leaps on car to stop Wal-Mart beer thieves
After seeing two men walk out of Wal-Mart without paying for their beer, a Texas woman stomped on their windshield before being thrown off the vehicle.
Eli and Peyton Manning in 'Football Cops'
The Manning Brothers star as beat cops relying on deadly footballs as their weapon of choice for fighting street crime.
P1 First Person
P1 First Person: Reviewing the book, 'Stay in the fight!' by Kyle Lamb
By Sgt. Lawrence Lujan
The book goes from theory to application. His tactics and advice are based on operational experiences that tie in to both military and law enforcement areas of operation, and provide core fundamentals to both. Reality vs. the cool factor
Delivering Standards-Compliant Public Safety LTE
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Tactical Tip
Speed-cuffing tactic to keep you safe
By Lt. Dan Marcou
In this week's video tip, Lt. Dan Marcou demonstrates an simple speed-cuffing technique which can be employed when the subject is in four commonly-used positions ... ... Avoid a serious hazard
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
P1 Photo of the Week: Tampa tactical team training

This week's photo is from PoliceOne Member Tammie Bishop of the Tampa Police Department, who snapped the shot of the Tampa PD's tactical response team doing some training.

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