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Dear Police1 Member,

Twenty-four years ago today, Deputy Kyle Dinkheller made a traffic stop that would prove fatal for the deputy. The shooting of Dinkheller was captured on his patrol car dash cam, becoming a staple of police academy curricula and officer survival training sessions ever since. Kyle was 22 years old when he died and left behind a pregnant wife and a two-year-old daughter.

In 2017, former Atlanta police officer and filmmaker Patrick Shaver set out to produce a more comprehensive record of Dinkheller’s murder and the circumstances surrounding it. Learn more here.

Stay safe,

— The Police1 Team

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