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Blog - Patrol - November 2010

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A community memorial was dedicated outside the Forza Coffee house where four Lakewood PD officers were murdered on Nov. 29, 2009. Sketch courtesy of Lakewood PD.

Memorials Honor Four Fallen Lakewood Officers  

November 29, 2010
A Lakewood PD sergeant describes the memorials dedicated to his fallen colleagues a year after they were murdered by Maurice Clemmons at Forza Coffee.
Kelli and Jessica Uhl were killed three years ago when a state trooper's car crossed the median and hit their vehicle head on.

Just About the Worst Thing You Can Do On Patrol  

November 24, 2010
Causing an innocent person's death is just about the worst thing you can do on patrol. Seeking payment for injuries sustained while killing two teens is beyond the pale.
Photo via Thomas Hawk (Flickr).

Who's Got Your Back?  

November 11, 2010
One of the strongest administrators I ever knew was a captain who took more than one unpopular stance against then L.A. County Sheriff Sherman Block. It cost her politically and took a toll on her physically, but she had the respect and affections of those who were fortunate enough to work for and with her. Years after her retirement, her name is spoken with deep respect among those who knew her.

Personal Preference Determines Tactics  

November 4, 2010
These days, a growing chorus of defensive tactics instructors advocates using palm strikes instead of fist strikes. Still, the proficient pugilist will adamantly defend the fist strike as a viable force option.
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