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P1 Roll Call: Blue Alert System; Lending a helping hand–
For the week of May 17, Dave Smith recaps the Blue Alert System's passing at the House of Representatives, an incident that surfaced that brings the open carry discussion to light, and the heartwarming story of a cop who gave a teen a bike and taught him how to ride it.
P1 Roll Call: Searching for safety, 3D gun–
For the week of May 10, Dave Smith discusses the lessons to be learned from a video of an armed suspect in a squad, the company that's fired the first 3D printable gun, the tragic loss of an Arizona tractor-trailer crash, and this week's 'Not Today' moment. This week’s Roll Call is brought to you by
P1 Roll Call: Increased firepower, 'Super drunk' principal–
For the week of May 3, Dave Smith discusses the arrests of three more men in relation to the marathon bombings, the increase in firepower for Philly police, a video in which a suspect slid her cuffs off her wrists while in custody, and this week's 'not today' moment. This week’s Roll Call is brought to you by
P1 Weekly Update for 04/05/13–
In this week's newscast, we recap the tragic loss of two officers last week: a sheriff from Virginia who was gunned down in his squad, and a Mississippi detective who was killed in the interrogation room with his own gun.
P1 Weekly Update for 03/29/13–
Dave Smith talks about the Supreme Court's ruling on drug-sniffing K-9s, the kidnapped NJ teen who saved herself by crashing into a cruiser and the Fla. cop who wrestled a 7-foot alligator away from school property.
P1 Weekly Update for 03/22/13–
In this week's newscast, Dave Smith recaps the tragic death of a Miss. police chief, the throngs of people protesting NYPD and the death of a teen gang member, and a viral video that resulted in a cop's resignation.
P1 Weekly Update for 02/22/13–
Dave Smith recaps the week's news, including an officer's death following a pursuit, a K-9 training court case, and this week's 'not today' moment.
P1 Weekly Update for 02/15/13–
Dave recaps the misadventures of fugitive Chris Dorner, and those who lost their lives in his wake, the training accident that left a trainee in critical condition, and another 'not today' moment.
P1 Weekly Update for 02/08/13–
This week, Dave Smith recaps the good and the bad, including the rescue of a hostage from an Alabama bunker, the manhunt for an Ex-LAPD cop, and the death of a paralyzed officer.
P1 Weekly Update for 02/01/13–
In this week's update, officers who responded to the Newtown shooting have spoken out for the first time since the tragedy and a suspect stole a cruiser before killing himself with a trooper's gun.
P1 Weekly Update for 01/18/13–
In this week's update, Dave Smith talks about the innovative products at SHOT Show 2013, the relatively low number of officer fatalities so far this year and a "Not Today" moment from Florida.
P1 Weekly Update for 01/11/13–
In this week's update, Dave Smith talks about officer suicides, Sheriff Joe's next endeavor to patrol schools, a record-breaking start to 2013, and an officer's recovery.
P1 Weekly Update for 01/04/13–
Dave Smith recounts the fallen officers of 2012, the banning of police at an Illinois Denny's, a graphic standoff that happened in Omaha, and resolutions for the New Year in this weeks PoliceOne update.
P1 Weekly Update for 01/25/13–
In this week's update, Dave Smith recaps a lawsuit filed against NYPD from a victim at the Empire State shooting, and news with 'stop and frisk' including a new technology for 'scan and frisk.'
P1 Weekly Update for 12/21/12–
Dave Smith reviews this week's news, recalling the Sandy Hook shooting and the history of mass killings, cop casualties, and another 'not today' incident.
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