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NC officer shot; suspect killed
By Hannah Delacourt Star-News LELAND, N.C. — A Leland police officer was shot multiple times and the suspect killed, officials said Friday night. Leland Police Chief Mike James confirmed at 9:30 p.m ...
NYPD seeks solution for gun violence with data-driven cases
By Tom Hays Associated Press NEW YORK — Even as homicide rates have climbed in other American cities, New York City is again on pace to have a near-record low number of shootings, and police are partly ...
How cops can build muscle memory through competitive shooting
By Quinn Cunningham, PoliceOne Contributor Muscle memory is not your muscle remembering a specific task, it’s a repetitive motor-memory technique. Mike Seeklander teaches a Firearms Instructor Development ...
How competitive shooting develops your gun handling, speed and accuracy
By Quinn Cunningham, PoliceOne Contributor Competitive shooting will not develop you tactically. However, it can increase your survivability by keeping your safety procedures in check, refining your balance ...
Why competitive shooting should be a part of every LEO's routine
By Quinn Cunningham, PoliceOne Contributor I decided to try competition shooting to see how I would perform against a wide range of shooters. I felt it necessary to fairly assess my skills and abilities ...
8 body camera concerns police and the public need to know
The tendency to think that body-worn cameras are the end-all, be-all solution for police-citizen contacts is a flawed one. Body-worn cameras — like every other piece of police equipment — have ...
Dallas police, fire pension system suspends access to some funds
By Tristan Hallman The Dallas Morning News DALLAS — The Dallas Police and Fire Pension System's Board of Trustees suspended lump-sum withdrawals from the pension fund Thursday, staving off a possible ...
Utah cops use 'mannequin challenge' to send distracted driving message
By PoliceOne Staff OREM, Utah — Many police departments are using the latest viral trend to spread important messages to younger audiences. Orem police and fire are the latest to use the mannequin ...
App helps officers during contacts with autism subjects
By PoliceOne Staff ST. PAUL, Minn. — A St. Paul officer’s new app is designed to help police officers get information about people with autism in the field to best prepare them for a smooth ...
Photos: Dog naps in Calif. patrol car
By PoliceOne Staff TUOLUMNE, Calif. — A deputy discovered an unexpected passenger upon returning to his patrol car after a call Wednesday. Deputy Hammell saw a suspicious vehicle in a local parking ...
 





 





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