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Shot PA Officer Used Tourniquet On Leg, Went Back to Dispute

An officer shot responding to a domestic dispute call showed "great bravery" in the incident when he put a tourniquet on and went back in the home to help the hostage inside, the county district attorney says.

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Off-Duty Colorado Deputies Save Life of Wounded Hunter

Four off-duty deputies with the El Paso County (CO) Sheriff’s Office were enjoying a day of hunting in rural Colorado when they encountered a fellow outdoorsman who had accidentally injured himself with a knife.

Little Law Enforcement Lies

What we tell crooks and citizens is not always wholly truthful, but sometimes it's what they need to hear.

Naloxone Nasal Spray Training Device

NarcanKit’s newest product is designed as an accurate training device to instruct opioid overdose rescuers on the proper administration of 4mg Naloxone Nasal Spray.

(Video) Train and Equip Officers for Self-Care/Buddy Care

Don Alwes emphasizes the critical life-saving nature of first-aid equipment and training so wounded LEOs can treat themselves and fellow officers.

Florida Deputy Shot in Leg Saved by Quick Action by Fellow Officers

A deputy with the Pasco Sheriff's Office who was shot in the leg received life-threatening injuries but was quite likely saved by the quick action taken by other officers at the scene.

1 Thing to be More Outraged Over than the Jussie Smollett Debacle

Am I outraged about the 16 felony charges against Jussie Smollett being summarily dropped? Sure, but I'm also utterly unsurprised. Here's something that recently happened which did surprise me, and has me pretty hot under the collar.

Henry Schein to Acquire North American Rescue

Henry Schein Inc., a provider of health care products and services to office-based medical practitioners, has announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire approximately 93% of North American Rescue.

Video: Off-Duty California Officers Save Woman's Life After Harrowing Crash

An off-duty deputy with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department witnessed a violent single-vehicle crash about a hundred yards ahead of him on a freeway.

Looking Back: Barack Obama, AEDs, and AIDS

In past January issues, POLICE covered law enforcement officers’ fears as a Democrat was entering the White House, tools for rendering aid to heart attack victims, and tips for communicable disease protection.