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How gender differences enable new police leaders - 05/17/2011
How gender differences enable new police leaders

Ignoring differences between men and women in the police profession often stems from a misguided attempt to 'treat everyone equal'

 
National Police Week: Each of the fallen has a story to tell - 05/17/2011
National Police Week: Each of the fallen has a story to tell

It is fitting that we remember the fallen not just in name, but how they lived and died. In every story there is a lesson to be learned.

 
National Police Week: Solemnly, we remember our fallen heroes - 05/16/2011
National Police Week: Solemnly, we remember our fallen heroes

Nearly 20,000 names have been etched into the Memorial Wall in Judiciary Square in Washington, DC. The thoughts and prayers of everyone here at PoliceOne go out to the friends, family, and fellow ...

 
National Police Week: Sacrifices forever remembered - 05/16/2011
National Police Week: Sacrifices forever remembered

During National Police Week we remember the sacrifice of fallen officers, and are thankful to live where sacrifice is remembered and forever engraved on a Wall in our Nation's Capital.

 
National Police Week: This, do in remembrance of me - 05/15/2011
National Police Week: This, do in remembrance of me

That biblical request came ahead of death. The call was not for us to do what we do very well — memorialize our fallen — but to do now those things that honor our brothers and sisters.

 
Police and autism: ASD subjects present an challenges to cops - 05/15/2011
Police and autism: ASD subjects present an challenges to cops

Persons with brain-based disorders are more likely to have run-ins with the police than others, but they are far less likely to commit a crime

 
The shoot-to-wound debate continues - 05/13/2011
The shoot-to-wound debate continues

Presenting levelheaded counterarguments to generally uninformed opponents of police deadly force practices requires perspective and patience on the part of police.

 
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 ...

 

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