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Contraband: Blanket pocket
A C1 member submitted photos of this blanket, which has an unconventional pocket used for hiding contraband. Can you spot it?
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Knockdown baton cross strikes
Officers who utilize impact weapons often spend time developing power on their strong side baton strikes while overlooking the importance and effectiveness of cross strikes. Watch the video
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Cat nabbed trying to smuggle contraband into Brazilian prison
Guards thought there was something suspicious about a little white cat slipping through a prison gate in northeastern Brazil. Found contraband taped to it
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