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 What we do isn't a game
 SHOT Show 2012: Don't shoot your TV!
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

We're breaking down the PoliceOne booth and wrapping up our weeklong stay in Las Vegas for SHOT Show 2012. Today we feature a handful of our most recent reports from the event. We'll continue to present articles as our roster of writers file them upon returning home, so check back to this special report page every so often to see what else caught our eye this year.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Featured News

More video of Mich. LEO's 'fight of his life'
Watch a large group of officers descend upon the suspect, who is taken into custody. (WOOD Image) Garage explosion
Today's Top Stories:
NYPD: Officer shot self on duty: Unidentified officer and his partner were looking into a series of car break-ins
Police: Chicago had no shootings in 24-hour period: Mayor, Supt. say efforts to put more officers on beat patrol paying off
WV Chief: Officers' actions in shooting 'flawless'
Alarmists call TASERs 'urban terrorism'
Transient charged in baton attack on Calif. officer
Hacker group 'Anonymous' hits FBI
Female Ark. corrections officer killed checking on inmate
Ohio police shoot suspect wanted in 2 slayings
Passion for the Job
What we do isn't a game
By Chief Joel Shults, PoliceOne Columnist
When a police officer is thrust into the fight of his or her life, the outcome will not decide who gets a Super Bowl or World Series ring, but who lives and dies. If the officer wins, he or she gets to spend the rest of their career explaining why they chose not to lose ... Toughest game of all
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SHOT Show 2012
Don't shoot your TV!
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
When you get a new piece of gear, it is imperative you go well out of your way to consciously practice repetitions with it so you get comfortable and creative in developing drills that enable you to practice technically — and tactically — sound skills ... How do you train?
Cops arrest Ala. man in sex prank video
Video footage shows someone in a University of Ala. jacket abusing an unconscious LSU fan after a football game.
Police in France rescue woman from burning apartment
Smoke from the woman's kitchen fire, which she tried to put out herself at first, was visible from a nearby police station.
Introducing the New 2011 Chevy Caprice
3P X-Treme Seat
Laguna Manufacturing, Inc. would like to introduce their new 2011 Chevy Caprice 3P X-Treme seat with the optional 3P Seat Belt system. The 3P Seat Belt system offers safe buckling of the prisoner from the outboard sides of the vehicle, which stops the officer from having to lean over the prisoner to fasten them in. All 3P X-Treme seating is covered with a 5yr warranty.
Enhance officer and detainee safety with the 3P X-Treme
Tactical Tip
First on the scene of an active shooter
When arriving to handle an active shooter, the officers who are first on the scene have certain responsibilities. Don Alwes outlines them here ... Watch the video
Vertx Adds New Multicam Smock to Tactical Line
We're proud to introduce the Vertx Multicam Smock, our contemporary take on a military classic. The same world-class design and functionality of our popular Vertx products, the Smock features a fleece lined button down hood, sleeve pockets with concealed zipper, and mesh lined side openings for ventilation.
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P1 Member Photo of the Week
Get outta this burning town
William McFarland of the San Diego County Sheriff's Office in Alpine, Calif., writes: "This was the first morning of the San Diego County fire and we were going door to door making sure everyone got out in time."

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