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P1 Photo of the Week: Neighborhood watch
(PoliceOne Image) Who says you can't have a little laugh while on patrol? Patrolman Lee Vogel and Sergeant Shane Quigley, formerly of the Carbondale (Kan.) Police Department held up a sign while keeping ...
Ohio school, township simulate active shooter for training
By Dan Sewell Associated Press WEST CHESTER, Ohio — Young actors, some with limbs and clothes appearing to be blood-covered, ran screaming out of a school building with sounds of blank ammunition ...
Ariz. sheriff warns of cartel gunfire in wilderness
Associated Press FLORENCE, Ariz. — An Arizona sheriff has warned holiday hikers and campers to beware of cartel assassins who have been ambushing rivals and stealing drugs and money. Pinal County ...
Slain Phoenix officer remembered as 'larger than life'
Associated Press PHOENIX — A Phoenix police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty was remembered Thursday as a devoted family man whose imposing build was only overshadowed by his propensity ...
Policing Matters Podcast: Cops weigh in on carrying Narcan
Download this week's episode on iTunes, SoundCloud or via RSS feed Our podcast discussing the fact that cops are increasingly being asked to carry and administer Narcan — the drug that saves ...
14 things cops need to know to successfully use 'stop and frisk'
In 1968, the United States Supreme Court astutely recognized that law enforcement officers across our great nation needed a proactive lawful investigative tool to combat prospective criminal activity before ...
Anger alert: Protester knocks out police chief and 4 more stories that infuriated cops
By PoliceOne Staff Facebook recently launched a new extension of their ‘like’ feature that allows readers to more accurately express their feelings about a story – something police officers ...
Targeting cops now a hate crime in Louisiana
By Megan Trimble Associated Press BATON ROUGE, La. — Louisiana has become the first state in the nation to expand its hate-crime laws to protect police, firefighters and emergency medical crews. Democratic ...
The 5 best discounts and freebies this Memorial Day
By Megan Wells, PoliceOne Contributor While Memorial Day is about honoring those who have fallen to protect and serve our country, many retailers take it as an opportunity to treat those who are active ...
2 cops, 17 tourists rescued after rising water traps them in Kentucky Cave
Associated Press HORSE CAVE, Ky. — A group of college students trapped for hours by rising water in a Kentucky cave waded through neck-deep water to get out, authorities said Thursday. The 19 people ...
 






 


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