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 How trainers keep 'em coming back
 A former TASER skeptic spends a week at a TASER conference
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Seattle police leave rifle unattended on cruiser
Two people spotted the rifle on the parked police cruiser. Dept. is 'embarassed,' will investigate
Today's Top Stories:
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ACLU recommends informant rules for NJ police
3 convicted in NY terror plot face sentencing
Ohio deputies sprayed with breast milk
BART to pay $1.3M to Oscar Grant's mom
iPhone apps could mean trouble for police
Chicago cops get grace period after officer-involved shootings
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PoliceOne Exclusive
2011 TASER Conference: A busy and rewarding week
By Lt. John Bennett
Last month in Glendale, Ariz, we spent time with all of TASER’s devices — the X26, X3, Shockwave, the shotgun-fired XREP, and their newest device, the X2. Here's a summary of each, and the experience in general ... Devices work and work well
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By Denise Schlegel
Last year, the BJA gave out $456 million in JAG grant funding. If your department wants to grab a chunk of that in 2011, here's some inside info and a few critical steps to follow when writing and submitting your JAG narrative ... A guide to completing your application
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Viral video claims NYPD 'brutality'
Video showing police activities at an incident outside a nightclub in New York has hit YouTube, inciting criticism of NYPD.
Amazing Grace
The retired officer who found the video dedicates this rendition of "Amazing Grace" to fallen LEOs.
Just in Time for Summer the New Delta Sport & Delta Trainer
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Tactical Tip
Keep an eye on 'household items'
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Be creative in your thinking when it comes to ID-ing weapons. In the wrong hands, even the most common of household items can be dangerous ... Chairs can easily be hurled
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The Gargoyles Shakedown is Function First
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