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 Lessons learned from an Ohio SBC
 The importance of dry fire practice
 June 1, 2012
Featured News
Police laud 'hero' in Seattle shootings Video: Phila. officer beaten with his own baton Photo of Texas patrol car with ripped-out gas nozzle is real
Today's Top Stories:
Calif. deputies face weapons charges: Investigators said at least two weapons reached criminals, though there is no evidence deputies had that intent
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Phoenix shooting has echoes of Trayvon Martin case
No OUI charges for Texas DA candidate's husband
Pa. man arrested for 'US Enforcement Officers' ID
Authorities: Md. man admits eating heart of victim
Motorcyclist clocked going 193 mph
Pa. officer shot wife in buttocks showing gun to pals
Fundamentally Sound
Lessons learned from an Ohio SBC
By Chris Cerino, P1 Contributor
Quite often calls turn out to be different than what they are originally reported. Ultimately, this accident-with-injuries call morphed into a suicidal-male-with-a-knife call. Not going to go well
Maximize the Limited Space in Your Vehicle with the Tracer T-5
The Tracer T-5 is leading the way with it’s space saving all-in-one design and the industries only steering wheel mounted keyboard. The new Tracer T-5 offers the speed to operate your peripheral equipment while maximizing the limited space available in today’s fully equipped smaller police vehicles.
Check it out today at Datalux.com
Control Concepts
Reactionary gap: A new look at an
old concept
By Ross Torquato, P1 Contributor
Whether it's a traffic stop or a respond to call for service, you will most likely end up talking to someone face to face. But is the reactionary gap enough to keep you safe? Unfortunate contradiction
5 most popular videos of May
These videos include burglars who picked the wrong house to break into, a child in a washing machine and an unusual marriage proposal.
Dash cam captures bear wandering through NC neighborhood
Police in Hope Mills, North Carolina are advising residents to be alert after several sightings of a large bear.
 View more police videos at BLUtube.com
P1 First Person
Applying active-shooter training
to driving
By Sam Preston, P1 Member
Intersections are problematic, and clearing them should be a huge priority. One way to do this is to apply active-shooter scenario tactics in order to truly be aware of what's going on around you.
Bicycle left — clear!
Attend the I.U.P.A. 20th International Convention
The I.U.P.A. has been fighting tirelessly for over 30 years to ensure that law enforcement officers maintain their rights and receive benefits that are deserving of the job. At the Convention, we celebrate past victories as well as look ahead to future challenges. This year's convention is September 26-29, 2012 in Bonita Springs, FL at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point.
Get more information on the convention
Video Tip
The importance of dry fire practice
Though the purchase of inert training tools may require an up-front investment, these devices become invaluable when incorporated into quality training. Watch the video
New: Bloodborne Pathogens
Action Training Systems digital video skills training program:
  • Describes types of bloodborne pathogens
  • Reviews standards and requirements outlined in OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens standard
  • Presents implementation methods and controls to prevent or minimize exposure
  • Demonstrates what actions to take after an exposure incident
  • Learn more about our training programs
    P1 Member Photo of the Week
    Field of flags
    This week's photo comes from Luke Hruby, who writes: "Paying Tribute to our fallen. Picture was taken at the Lone Tree Cemetery. Every year, these flags are raised in memorial of our fallen."
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