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Idaho Officer Praised for Less-Lethal Approach as Two Dogs Charge

A police officer is being praised for keeping his gun holstered after two vicious dogs roaming an Idaho neighborhood charged him. More Here.

June 14, 2016

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Delgado Victoria M @ 6/14/2016 7:15 PM

Nice work, officer! Thank you.

Jerry Christian @ 6/14/2016 7:48 PM

Great job! I'm watching you handle those dogs and getting a bit stressed. As a retired officer, I can appreciate the precarious situation. I never wanted to be dog bit (again)! I was watching and yelling "get in!" And laughed my rear off when they did. Again, great job!

Capt512 @ 6/16/2016 6:00 PM

Nice work Officer.

Edith @ 6/18/2016 5:14 PM

Thank you so much for posting this video and story. It is my hope that it will encourage agencies to give their officers the knowledge and confidence in less lethal means available to them where the situation allows. Also, in the current anti-police climate, especially with regard to law enforcement being criticized about their use of lethal force, I pray that more of the "silent majority" will take the initiative to back the blue and help paint a more realistic image of our police officers than, what I perceive to be borderline criminal negligence and misinformation by main stream media and the current administration. To the officers reading this - THANK YOU for serving your communities at great risk to your own well-being, stay safe!

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