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Cop killer up for parole
Anthony Blanks killed Larchmont (NY) Officer Arthur DeMatte on the tracks of the New Haven line. Here's what you can do to help make sure he doesn't go free. Don't let him see the sun
Today's Top Stories:
Accidental discharge kills Ga. probation officer: A firearms training exercise fatally wounded Tiffany Bishop, 24
ACLU sues Md. police over videotaping: Baltimore police officers deleted videos from a man's mobile phone
NM cop taped having sex while in uniform won't be charged
Police: Ill. trooper did not cause fatal crash
Tenn. trooper killed in motorcycle wreck
Court: Calif. cops justified in shooting
Sheriff Joe, Steven Seagal deny dog killing claim
Video: Police tackle flaming car to rescue crash victims
News Analysis:
PoliceOne members keep cop killers in prison
 By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Whenever I'm notified that a cop killer is being considered for parole, it gets my blood boiling. What's worse is that this stuff seems to be happening with greater regularity. PoliceOne Members have helped in the successful prevention of a handful of parole requests made by cop killers across the nation. Let's go get 'em
PoliceOne Exclusive
'Brain plasticity' and cops
By John Demand, PoliceOne Columnist
New research has proven that the brain can continue to develop and change throughout our lives, so keeping cops safer on the streets has everything to do with how we train our brains to respond to threats and danger ... Rapid threat recognition
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The Tool That Every Department Needs: ICOP's Mobile Video System
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PoliceOne Exclusive: 9/11 10th Anniversary
The cult of hate has a long history
By Lance Eldridge, PoliceOne Columnist
Terrorist groups maintain that violence is an effective tool for change, and the Internet has connected their shallow and disparate ideologies — all of which have long and bloody histories — into a web of moral chaos and hate ... Sad truth: Terrorism works
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Suspect flees police, jumps off bridge
Investigators assume Kylan Laurent, 22, is dead following his leap, which he seemed to think was a better option than getting arrested. They're keeping up the search in case the killer is still on the run.
Teens attack juvie court cop
Suspects attack an off-duty juvenile court officer — an unusual target of violence, officials say — in a parking lot outside a convenience store. Conveniently, they were caught on tape.
P1 First Person
Just the time for marijuana
By Don Redfield, PoliceOne Member
Starting with a scant tip and nothing else, my first big indoor marijuana investigation went from being almost nonexistent to having a very successful conclusion. In and out in 30 minutes
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Video Tactical Tip
Downed Officer Rescue
with Betsy Brantner-Smith
The officers in this training exercise need to remain slow in their movements and tighten up their spacing, but still reach their downed colleague in time ... Fluid, focused
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Military-Grade Data Protection For Your Agency
For 18 years, SPYRUS® sold security to the Federal government. This technology is now available to your agency. Secure Pocket Drive (SPD) boots a secure, native Windows environment on any PC; perfect for disaster recovery or telework. Save money by locking down Toughbooks and issuing a SPD to each officer.
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
Talk about speeding...

When NASCAR driver Tony Stewart came to town to participate in a parade, Assistant Chief Justin Flynn of the US Dept. of Veteran Affairs Police — naturally — went to check out the car.

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