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Police training deals with how to handle officer-involved shooting

It can change a career, end a career and define the career of a police officer - and it involves a split second decision.
Almost 120 law enforcement officers representing 42 agencies across Alabama gathered in Oxford today for training on how to do an already demanding job in the toughest of circumstances.
 
The eight hours of training were offered by the Alabama Police Benevolent Association at Oxford Civic Center. Speaking was Tim Rutledge, director of training for the Regional Counterdrug Training Academy in Meridian, Miss. (read the full story on al.com)

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