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 Keys for when the chase is on
 Constant tactical positioning
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

If I were chief of police, I’d make sure every officer had access to the highest-quality training available, and I’d participate in every training we provide. I’d also invite local reporters to train with us (well, for a little while at least) to better inform them about police work.

What would you do if you were chief? Tell us and we may publish your response on PoliceOne. You can, of course, indicate that you wish to remain anonymous.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
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Surviving foot pursuits: Keys for when the chase is on
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