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5 ways online learning improves roll call training
Sponsored by PoliceOne Academy By PoliceOne BrandFocus Staff Most departments kick off a shift like they did on “Hill Street Blues” with roll call. It’s also the case that many departments ...
Police exchange fire with holed-up suspect in Fla.
Associated Press PANAMA CITY, Fla. — Police surrounded an apartment building in northern Florida and exchanged heavy gunfire with a suspect barricaded inside Tuesday, and at least one person was injured ...
Death penalty sought against man in Dallas officer's slaying
By Tasha Tsiaperas The Dallas Morning News DALLAS — The Dallas County district attorney is seeking the death penalty for the man accused of killing a Dallas police officer and wounding his partner ...
Teen charged in slaying of Md. police officer
By David McFadden and Sarah Rankin Associated Press PERRY HALL, Md. — A 16-year-old boy charged in the death of a Maryland police officer told detectives he drove at her when she confronted him as ...
ALS technology sheds a different light on crime scenes
By Becky Lewis TechBeat Magazine To a casual observer, it might seem like the investigator is wasting his time: setting up his camera, putting on some kind of goggles and using nothing more than a flashlight ...
Body cam footage shows police shootout at Trump resort
By PoliceOne Staff MIAM — Miami-Dade police released body cam footage that shows a shootout between officers and a man who tried to ambush them. The Miami Herald reports that the video shows a Miami-Dade ...
Free online toolkit can help address rape kit backlog
By Andrea Fox, P1 Contributor A free, government-funded sharing platform has been created to help law enforcement, prosecutors, victim advocates and criminal justice professionals work together to reduce ...
Human trafficking investigations: Interrogation themes that get confessions
Human traffickers can abduct or lure susceptible individuals for many reasons such as economic hardship, lack of social support, national disasters or political instability. Many of these criminals are ...
Man who ambushed SC LEOs, killing 1, agrees to life sentence
By Andrew Dys And Hannah Smoot The Herald (Rock Hill, S.C.) York, S.C. — Christian McCall pleaded guilty to killing a York County police officer and wounding three other officers in a January ambush ...
What LEOs wish the public knew about ALPR technology and data usage
By PoliceOne Staff Regardless of the numerous benefits automatic license plate recognition has brought to law enforcement, the debate over ALPR and privacy concerns has been a heated one for many years ...
 




 



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