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Officer Killed / Rail Safety
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 2
A Southern California detective dies after being struck by a train during an evidence search alongside railroad tracks. The Brea (CA) Police Department shares critical safety lessons it learned from the detective's unfortunate death. Includes graphic and dramatic video footage of the accident scene. Issues Addressed: Officer Safety, Accident Response-Reconstruction
Material Witness
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Incident At White Castle
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Teached: Think of Calvin - Racial Profiling Escalates to a Night in Jail
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Child Abuse
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Critical information for street cops in the recognition of child abuse as first responders. Included is a debriefing from Dr. Armand Brodeur, a foremost expert in recognizing and dealing with child abuse and in-depth information from the Minneapolis Police Department's "Child Abuse" Unit. Issues Addressed: Domestic Violence Response / Forensics…
Murder of an Arkansas Officer
Part of the Series: In the Line of Duty Volume 15
Death stalks a young Arkansas officer, but in taking his life cops everywhere may someday get a second chance at living. In this program, we hope, with the help of the Trumann Police Department, to provide critical guideposts for officers who may fall prey or victim to the potential tragedy…
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