August 18, 2019
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Suspect in shooting of 6 Philly LEOs called lawyer during standoff
Police Commissioner Richard Ross expressed amazement that the standoff, which began Wednesday when LEOs attempted to serve a warrant, ended with no one dead
Calif. PDs fear 'suicide by cop' cases. So they've stopped responding to some calls
Some small and midsize law enforcement agencies across the state have stopped responding to certain calls because of the potential dangers
Fallen Calif. LEO had 'dream job'
Bells tolled Wednesday during a solemn CHP ceremony for an officer killed by a gunman in a freeway shootout
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Video: Ga. LEO fatally shoots kidnapping suspect in gun battle
Deputy Eric Madison killed Fredrick Hadden, 45, after Hadden fired at the officer and his former wife who was trying to escape him
The dirty dozen: Updating the '10 deadly errors' of policing
By Lt. Dan Marcou
After attending “too many” police funerals, LAPD homicide detective Pierce Brooks compiled a list of errors that were being repeatedly committed in officer-down cases
10 non-verbal signs all officers should be able to recognize and interpret
By Calibre Press
One of the most obvious signs of potential trouble is a subject paying repeated visual attention to an officer’s gun
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