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2011 in Review: 2011's 10 Most Watched Videos
Take a look at this year-end reflection that's not exactly warm and fuzzy, but will surely get you thinking about what could lie ahead in 2012. Watch the videos
Today's Top Stories:
Fla. cop killed in crash: Deputy Matt Miller was trying to pull over a speeding driver
Mich. police chief found dead: EMU campus Police Chief Greg O'Dell died from what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound
Occupy LA protesters to get free speech classes
Off-duty cop steps in when 9 shot at Tenn. nightclub
UK man jailed for cannabis Christmas tree
Tenn. dept.'s Officer of the Year used to dislike police
Gunman dressed as Santa kills 7 in Texas
NJ cops shoot man after chase
2011 in Review
Are cops born to speed?
By Travis Yates, PoliceOne Columnist
It has been well documented that we are on our way to the 14th consecutive year of roadway incidents being the leading cause of death to law enforcement officers in America ... Risk Homeostasis Theory
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Staying Oriented
'Red Teaming' the cop killer
By Fred Leland, PoliceOne Contributor
Let’s pretend for the next few moments that I am a cop killer. What is your preconceived perception of what I look like? The fact is, we cop killers come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and socioeconomic backgrounds ... Getting "inside the mind"
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Fla. men flee 'police,' crash
Aerial footage shows the suspect's vehicle move haphazardly through traffic near downtown before the crash.
Chilling dash cam shows Ark. cop's close call
Dash cam shows a patrol turning into view of a rampaging gunman on the side of the highway.
Make an Entrance with Flash-Bangs from Combined Tactical Systems
Flash-Bangs are used by special tactical units during hostage rescue and high-risk warrants. It is an ATF controlled Class-C explosive device that emits a bright light and thunderous noise to distract potentially dangerous individuals.
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Tactical Tip
Tactical listening as a tool for winning
By Jay Steuball, PoliceOne Contributor
Remember listen to what you are being told when the next bad guy says he is going to fight or you already know his/her history. Just listen — and believe him/her — and formulate your plan for winning ... Don't miss key points
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