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 Food tray lid shank
 Ground stabilization
 Son's show and tell gets dad arrested
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Fight until you win: One cop calls his CO sister a 'hero'
By Hayley Hudson, C1 Staff
One law enforcer in Minnesota says his sister is an outstanding corrections officer � and his hero � for surviving a clash with an aggressive inmate bent on causing her harm. After going to investigate an inmate throwing a towel over a camera, Corrections Officer Darlene Troumbly was assaulted by the inmate. She TASERed her attacker, and he dropped to the floor � but got back up. He wanted to kill her
Mother pleads guilty in Ohio malnutrition death
 The mother of a 14-year-old who had cerebral palsy and weighed 28 pounds when she died last year has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter. (AP Photo/Montgomery County Sheriff) Numerous signs of neglect
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Contraband Command Center
Food tray lid shank
A Ga. CO submitted these photos, offering a valuable reminder that just about anything can be taken apart and used as a weapon.
Especially if it's made of metal
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Video Tactical Tip
Ground stabilization after baton strikes
Learn how to stabilize someone on the ground, assuming they are conscious and can follow your commands after being struck down. Watch the video
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Conn. boy brings heroin for show and tell, dad arrested
A 5-year-old boy brought 50 packets of heroin to school for show and tell — and police arrested his stepfather when he went to retrieve them.
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