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P1 First Person: Using combat breathing to reduce stress - 05/12/2011
P1 First Person: Using combat breathing to reduce stress

This week’s P1 First Person Essay comes from PoliceOne Member Chris Cerino, a retired Ohio law enforcer who is now director of training for Chris Cerino Training Group and finalist on the TV ...

 
Training to improve counter-ambush shooting skills - 05/09/2011
Training to improve counter-ambush shooting skills

During a dynamic daylong firearms course presented by LMS Defense, police officers from a handful of agencies proved the credo, "I will get top-notch tactical training whether or not my agency ...

 
Hostage rescue and the need for decisive action - 05/09/2011
Hostage rescue and the need for decisive action

Police planned for the possibility that an armed hostage taker might take action before the arrival of SWAT — they prepared and practiced a rescue plan while waiting for the team to arrive.

 
Testing the Shooter app for Droid - 05/09/2011
Testing the Shooter app for Droid

The Shooter app is currently only available for the Google Android operating system.

 
SEAL Team Six and police SWAT tactics of CQB - 05/07/2011
SEAL Team Six and police SWAT tactics of CQB

Close-quarters battle (CQB — also known as close quarters combat, or CQC) was fundamental in taking down Osama bin Laden and is the cornerstone of American SWAT officers everywhere.

 
SWAT takes on explosives-laden 22-year-old gunman - 05/07/2011
SWAT takes on explosives-laden 22-year-old gunman

As hard as Blakely Jernigan tried, no one died during the recent SWAT incident in Columbia, South Carolina... except for Blakely Jernigan.

 
Tactical considerations for flashlights in low-light SWAT operations - 05/06/2011
Tactical considerations for flashlights in low-light SWAT operations

We use flashlights in many situations and depending on how and when we use them, they can either help us or make us a target.

 
Understanding the dynamics of stress, memory, and decision making - 05/06/2011
Understanding the dynamics of stress, memory, and decision making

I recently had the honor of presenting at the Defense Research Institute’s (DRI) Civil Rights and Governmental Tort Liability seminar on the topic of "The Science of Human Factors and Application ...

 
American cops vigilant after death of bin Laden - 05/02/2011
American cops vigilant after death of bin Laden

In the aftermath of our special operations success in Abbottabad, Pakistan, law enforcement in the U.S. must remain vigilant for many years to come — one important battle has been won, but the ...

 
Counterterrorism, cops, and training for 'when' - 05/02/2011
Counterterrorism, cops, and training for 'when'

In this post-9/11 world, our training must have a multi-faceted “all hazards” approach so that all officers possess the same knowledge, expectations, and level of instruction.

 
What do our 'cop dreams' tell us? - 04/29/2011
What do our 'cop dreams' tell us?

From syrup bullets to empty holsters, police officers have some pretty interesting recurring dreams — what are yours?

 
5 practical sleep tips for shift workers - 04/29/2011
5 practical sleep tips for shift workers

You need seven to eight hours of good sleep a day to stay mentally and physically healthy — here are a few ways to reliably get the sleep you need

 
The misapplication of military theory in law enforcement - 04/27/2011
The misapplication of military theory in law enforcement

Human and moral vices such as greed, anger, power, and cruelty — which motivate criminal activity — can easily become lost in the language of the academic.

 
8 tips on contacts with 'open carry' citizens - 04/27/2011
8 tips on contacts with 'open carry' citizens

Open carry is gaining momentum in areas of the country that won’t allow concealed carry permits, or where those permits are so highly restricted as to be all but impossible to obtain.

 
Shooting center mass: The dangers of denial - 04/23/2011
Shooting center mass: The dangers of denial

In the third and final part of this three-part series, PoliceOne Contributor Roy Bedard looks at police deadly force training in the United States

 

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