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Blog - Patrol - March 2010

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The Active Shooter: Patrol's Number One Training Concern  

March 25, 2010
The case for the hunter becoming the hunted will, often, come down to you, the patrol officer. You will be the last line of defense for those who are coming under attack.

Foot Pursuits: A Runaway Policy?  

March 18, 2010
What exactly was this "new bar" for performance? How was one to be evaluated against it? And was this really a new policy to follow?
Lancaster (Ohio) police officers. Image via rbatina (Flickr.com).

Tell Me Lies, Tell Me Sweet Little Lies  

March 11, 2010
As you venture around your patrol area, strike up conversations. Don't have any particular agenda in mind. Just be friendly. You might actually find a genuine ally or two.
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