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 Be prepared for the unthinkable
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Video released in shooting of 6 officers
Newly-released dash cam video shows scenes from a frantic January shootout that left a Utah officer dead and 5 other officers wounded as they conducted a drug raid. (Image PoliceOne)
Like a war zone
Today's Top Stories:
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NYPD: Man who shot 4 cops reached for more powerful weapon
Pursuit ends in tense freeway standoff
NC chief fails firearms exam, loses badge
Officer's daughter shot in leg with his gun
Prosecutor: Fire marshal did no wrong in making traffic stop
Police investigate nude maid service
Blue on Blue Special Report
Prepare for the unthinkable
By Ken Hardesty, PoliceOne Columnist
We should consistently strive to reinforce two items in those we have been entrusted to train: awareness and mindset. The more aware our officers are, the better mentally prepared they will be when presented with one of these horrific scenarios.
Change begins with awareness
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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Editor's Corner
Police and autism: Know the basics
By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
We must remember that while many with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) do show some outward signs indicating their affliction some individuals with ASD exhibit no such signs, making some contacts even more difficult for officers.
Speak and act to be understood
NM police pursue man before fatal shooting
Police video shows a vehicle chase followed by a foot pursuit of a man who was fatally shot by police two weeks ago.
Brazilian cop shoots down man in robbery
A robber is intercepted before he can cause any damage or injuries.
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Tactical Tip
Remember LEOSA and blue on gray
By Dick Fairburn, PoliceOne Member
Searching for a way for armed plain-clothes, off-duty and retired peace officers to better identify themselves should they decide to take action at a deadly force incident, this is the best option I've found so far.
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