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New Looseleaf Law Release Explores Close-Quarters Gun Fighting

February 24, 2016
Looseleaf Law Publications has released gunFIGHT! An Integrated Approach to Shooting and Fighting in Close Quarters, a 200-page book authored by firearms and defensive tactics instructor Richard Nance.
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71% of Chicago PD Exam Applicants Are Minorities After Outreach

February 23, 2016
An unprecedented outreach campaign to diversify the Chicago Police Department has attracted 14,200 applicants for the April 16 police exam — and of those, 29% are African-American and 39% are Hispanic.
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Laser Ammo Unveils Interactive Multi Training Target System

February 17, 2016
Laser Ammo's Interactive Multi Training Target System features an interactive system that operates without the use of a computer. The targets communicate with each other in whatever numbers the user selects, up to five.

Video: Officer Shortage Forces Phoenix Detectives Back to Patrol

January 26, 2016
The Phoenix Police Department will be implementing a plan to fill the open patrol positions that have plagued the department and cost the city millions in overtime.

Video: Philly Police Training Emphasizes De-Escalation Tactics

January 25, 2016
Sergeant Kenneth Gill–a police academy instructor–says the training is designed to teach police officers how to de-escalate emotionally charged confrontations.

Justices Divided Over N.J. Police Officer's First Amendment Case

January 21, 2016
Heffernan was demoted to patrol officer the next day and told it was because of his "overt" involvement in a political campaign. But was it a First Amendment issue?
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Laser Ammo USA Releases New Airsoft Laser Solutions

January 12, 2016
Affordability and government-agency-level firearm training were what Laser Ammo had in mind when it developed its recent line of Airsoft solutions: the SPIDER adapter; the newly designed-for-2016 LA-FLASH suppressor adapter; and the R.E.A.L. (Recoil Enabled Airsoft Laser).

Video: Phoenix Police Get Training in Spotting Terror Threats Online

January 5, 2016
As the war against terrorism continues, the Phoenix Police Department is one of the few agencies in the country offering specific training for its officers on gathering intelligence online to spot potential threats.
<p>Dondre Williams, a former professional basketball player in Europe, died last week after taking the agility test to become a Marion County, FL, Sheriff&#39;s deputy. (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Former Pro Athlete Dies After Agility Test at Florida Sheriff's Office

December 20, 2015
A 37-year-old former athlete and coach hoping to become a Marion County, FL, sheriff's deputy fell ill after an agility test Tuesday and died Wednesday night at an Ocala hospital.
<p>Photo: Oklahoma City PD Facebook</p>

Oklahoma City Police Recruit's Widow to Receive Benefits

December 10, 2015
The federal government has reversed course and agreed to pay first-responder benefits for the widow and children of Kelley Chase, the Oklahoma City police recruit who died after a training accident.
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