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Mourning our slain LEOs - 03/01/2011
Mourning our slain LEOs

Each officer’s funeral is one more than any of us ever want to have to attend.

 
Gunfight training: Hype, myth, and BS (part four) - 03/01/2011
Gunfight training: Hype, myth, and BS (part four)

We’ve covered a lot of ground in the past two months, looking at all sorts of hype, myth, and pure, plain, BS. But we’ve still got a lot of mountain left to climb, so let’s get climbing!

 
Instruction with in-car video: Putting it into practice - 03/01/2011
Instruction with in-car video: Putting it into practice

Last week we looked at some of the possible pitfalls of using video for law enforcement instruction, as well as some of the benefits. So what does this type of training look like and how can ...

 
Paying tribute to America's fallen warriors - 02/25/2011
Paying tribute to America's fallen warriors

Among the nearly 3,000 Americans to be murdered on 9/11, were 23 New York Police Department officers and 37 Port Authority officers.

 
Hurting ourselves and our training - 02/25/2011
Hurting ourselves and our training

Focusing on Risk/Benefit Analysis and the ways in which we train can help police trainers more safely replicate circumstances officers are likely to face on the street.

 
Sloppy tradecraft led to Saudi bomb plotter's capture - 02/24/2011
Sloppy tradecraft led to Saudi bomb plotter's capture

The arrest of a Saudi citizen in Texas on charges of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction shows that grassroots militants still pose a threat.

 
Using 'MAPS' to describe the threat - 02/24/2011
Using 'MAPS' to describe the threat

The acronyms TRACED and MAPS are provided as a means to assist officers in observing and assessing danger cues, articulating the suspect’s means, opportunity, and intent, and then justifying ...

 
San Francisco PD gets green light to study TASERs - 02/24/2011
San Francisco PD gets green light to study TASERs

Had the San Francisco Police Commission voted 'no' it would have all but killed any future action on the matter.

 
Addressing the natural human limits of monitoring multiple video feeds - 02/24/2011
Addressing the natural human limits of monitoring multiple video feeds

Video analytics software 'watches' the feed from a camera or the playback from a recorder, and flags instances when certain patterns have changed in a way preset by the operator.

 
Ethical decision making in law enforcement - 02/23/2011
Ethical decision making in law enforcement

The bottom line here is simply this: If you wear a badge, don’t do anything illegal.

 
Instruction using in-car video - 02/22/2011
Instruction using in-car video

Videos must be placed in the location of the presentation where they fit in and they should never take the place of sound discussion and details from an instructor.

 
Responding appropriately when a cop is killed - 02/22/2011
Responding appropriately when a cop is killed

Are you prepared to be the warrior that you’re expected to be?

 
How to avoid digital misfires - 02/22/2011
How to avoid digital misfires

Using caution in composing and sending emails can save embarrassing consequences.

 
The ‘Madison Method’ for crowd control - 02/22/2011
The ‘Madison Method’ for crowd control

Rarely is there an opportunity for so many officers to look so good — or so bad — in front of the public as during a crowd-control event.

 
A simple, cold weather survival kit for cops - 02/19/2011
A simple, cold weather survival kit for cops

Being stuck out in the elements unprepared and waiting for help to get to you is something we need to prepare for

 

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