Safety - page 2
FULL LIST OF Safety - page 2 Topics
Wash. deputy looks to prevent water tragedies on boat beat–
Most frequent violation is breaking the no-wake zone that extends 200 feet from the shoreline or docks on most of the lakes
Video: 8-year-old struck by car fleeing pursuit–
Eight-year-old girl was riding her scooter just outside of her home May 9 when a car fleeing from police hit a parked car, which then crashed into her
Rangers rescue father, 2 kids in SC national park–
Family spent 60 hours lost in the vast woods and swamps drinking foul water and trying unsuccessfully to eat raw turkey eggs
Police: Razor blades found at Pa. playground–
Police say razor blades were found duct-taped to playground equipment at a park outside Philadelphia
Police: Crowd tramples security guard at Miami music festival–
Miami police earlier had warned festival organizers to reinforce the fence
Ga. sheriff calls off Valentine's Day for safety–
Oconee County's sheriff on Wednesday delayed Valentine's Day for people who have been trapped by the ice storm
Escaped goat charges Okla. police–
The goat turned his attention to police, going after them and trying to get inside their police cars.
Police car crashes into ditch during pursuit–
Dash cam footage of an officer narrowly avoiding an oncoming vehicle and slamming into a ditch during a pursuit in Russia.
Dave Smith discusses how to properly search a building to help assure a positive outcome.
Drunk woman rams police cruiser during pursuit–
An officer in North Carolina was hospitalized after a woman slammed her vehicle into his patrol car during a pursuit.
Handcuff Tactical Tip–
Chief Dan Losada of the Knoxville (Iowa) Police Department, who teaches an ‘Intro to Criminal Justice’ class at the local high school, got the permission of some of his students' parents in order to videotape this experiment. He then sent the results to PoliceOne Editor-in-Chief Chief Doug Wyllie. Check out the tactical tip Doug Wyllie wrote after speaking with Chief Losada.
Woman drives off as officer clings to front of car–
An officer in Russia was forced to cling to the front end of a woman's vehicle as she drove off after being pulled over for a minor traffic violation.
Vegas police catch crosswalk violators in turkey costumes–
They may look silly, but police officers clad in turkey costumes are crossing busy Las Vegas streets to remind drivers to follow laws at crosswalks.
Inside law enforcement medic training–
Police receive "combat medic care" training, enabling them to administer treatment to a fallen officer when medical crews are unable to access a scene.
PoliceOne top 5
- ND bill protects drivers who negligently hit protesters obstructing traffic
- Slain Fla. officer's patrol car vandalized
- Minn. lawmakers chart new course in response to OIS protests
- Video: Calif. police fatally shoot man, face wrongful death lawsuit
- Trump hosts LE at White House, pledges support for police
Strength in numbers: How LEOs can face PTSD and addiction
A look inside one of our nation's first "warriors only" PTSD treatment plans.