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Police Limit Comic: August 28, 2016
Police Limit Comic is published on PoliceOne every Sunday. For more than a decade, the strip's cast of unnamed characters has been constantly struggling with stresses, not only from the criminal element ...
Larryville Blue Police Comic: Summer nights
See all of Les Lethal's comics, here!
Reality Training: Tactics for when an ECD fails
By PoliceOne Staff Electronic control devices are one of the most useful tools on a duty belt. Although rare, these devices can sometimes fail. Dave Smith offers key tactics in the unlikely event that this ...
Texas police escort fallen officer’s kids on first day of school
By PoliceOne Staff AMARILLO, Texas — The children of fallen officer Justin Scherlen got a huge surprise when they walked into their first day of school. The Amarillo Police Department lined the halls ...
Calif. officer's badge saves life during shootout
By Joshua Sudock The Orange County Register HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — A police officer's badge deflected a bullet heading for his heart in a gun battle during a car chase Friday morning. The ...
Ark. K-9 Kina awarded Purple Heart
By PoliceOne Staff GREENWOOD, Ark. — K-9 Officer Kina was awarded the Purple Heart for her bravery Thursday. Kina was injured in the line of duty while responding to a domestic disturbance call that ...
San Jose officers living in RVs outside department
By PoliceOne Staff SAN JOSE, Calif. — Officers working mandatory overtime at the San Jose Police Department have been staying in RVs outside the department during their workweeks. KPIX reports that ...
Ark. first-responders serve as substitutes so teachers can attend funeral
By PoliceOne Staff GREENWOOD, Ark. — When Greenwood police officers found out teacher Jennifer Nelms, a long-time supporter of first-responders, had died, they knew they had to step in and help. Nelms ...
Boy saves allowance to buy NJ police lunch
Associated Press WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, N.J. — A 5-year-old boy in New Jersey has picked up the lunch tab for his police department. William Evertz Jr. saved up his allowance for seven months and went ...
NJ police receive grant to combat gang violence
By Fausto Giovannt Pinto NJ.com PATERSON, N.J. — State Police will soon patrol city streets as part of $750,000 federal grant program to curb gang violence, officials said. The Anti-Gang Initiative ...
 





 





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