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 Lessons from a surprise knife attack
 One exemplary police chief and his fall from grace
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Deputy killed while trying to help friend
An off-duty Calif. officer was called to the home of a friend who was threatened by her ex-boyfriend. Suspect also killed
Today's Top Stories:
SF police arrest 35 in shooting protest: The crowd condemned Saturday's fatal shooting of a man who had fired at officers
Plane crash kills 2 off-duty officers: The single-engine plane crashed during takeoff
2 Pa. officers arrested in off-duty incidents
Shootings reported near DC firefighter patrols
Video: Police drop suspect with Taser after chase
Officer’s son, 3, fatally shoots himself
War vet says cop stopped savage attack
Deputy: Man resisted arrest to feel Taser
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3 lessons from a surprise knife attack
By Charles Remsberg, PoliceOne Columnist
When knife slashes permeated the face, neck, and back of one Nashville cop, lessons about suspect control were truly driven home. A weapon he hadn't known existed was responsible for the attack ... Everything in slow motion
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Police leadership: A cautionary tale
By Karen L. Bune, PoliceOne Columnist
Chief David Baker was a visible leader. He was on the street and in the trenches, and he always stayed actively engaged with his troops. He retired from the Alexandria Police Department after an unfortunate incident that was totally out of character for him ... One lapse in judgment
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Tactical Tip
Don't shrug off an edged weapon
By Marty Katz, PoliceOne Contributor
Anyone who says a suspect "only" had a knife is an idiot. If an experienced knife fighter gets in close, police may not have the opportunity to use their handgun before the damage is done ... See the aftermath
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