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21st Century deadly force training for police - 01/18/2010
21st Century deadly force training for police

Conventional marksmanship training has little to do with winning a gunfight. We need to develop and test an officer’s marksmanship skills against interactive threats, not paper images on a shooting ...

 
Firearms training: Doing more with less - 01/18/2010
Firearms training: Doing more with less

When the budget ax falls, where do you cut? A creative Rangemaster can make it through these tough economic times, and make sure officers are adequately trained, highly motivated, and thoroughly ...

 
Learn from their sacrifice: A deadly two weeks for LEOs - 01/15/2010
Learn from their sacrifice: A deadly two weeks for LEOs

The first two weeks of this new decade reminds us that nothing in this profession is “routine.” We need to examine our habits, fight complacency, look out for each other, and be there for the ...

 
Making the most of your daily patrol duties - 01/15/2010
Making the most of your daily patrol duties

Take advantage of the opportunities you have to talk to the people in your area of responsibility and learn to develop the right approaches to develop good street information.

 
New program teaches street cops leadership skills for critical incidents - 01/13/2010
New program teaches street cops leadership skills for critical incidents

The Street Leadership Course presented by Illinois State Police Academy (ISPA) is a hands-on training program designed to give first-line officers he leaderships skills to quickly assess a situation ...

 
Preparing for the words "I have a bomb!" - 01/11/2010
Preparing for the words

Police officers in this country train extensively for the active shooter and this should continue. Rarely, however, have cops trained in what to do when facing a bomber. Now is the time to prepare ...

 
Answering criticism of explosive detection machines and K-9s - 01/11/2010
Answering criticism of explosive detection machines and K-9s

Americans love technology, but machines are expensive and not without their drawbacks so we must layer low- and high-tech bomb detection systems.

 
Turning the "Oh sh*t!" moment into when-then thinking - 01/08/2010
Turning the

Police training is little more than sophisticated storytelling designed to prepare officers for future challenges. Stories change us — sometimes fundamentally — by establishing new pathways in ...

 
P1 First Person: Policing the Police - 01/07/2010
P1 First Person: Policing the Police

Why does the mainstream media not bring to light the desire of the overwhelming majority of officers to rid the ranks of criminals? We know the answer: money.

 
Attention California felons: Get your body armor while you can - 01/04/2010
Attention California felons: Get your body armor while you can

California Penal Code section 12370 makes it a felony for a convicted felon to "purchase, own, or possess body armor," but in a feat of sophistry the California Court of Appeals has ruled that ...

 
Hitler's back porch and the problem of ethics - 12/28/2009
Hitler's back porch and the problem of ethics

What does Eagle’s Nest have to do with anything related to law enforcement? From a purely technical standpoint, nothing, but let’s contemplate the connection as we explore a little history and ...

 
Officers Down: The decade that was 2000 to 2009 - 12/23/2009
Officers Down: The decade that was 2000 to 2009

As we close this year and this decade, we naturally reflect on the past in an effort to prepare for the future. According to ODMP, 1644 law enforcement officers have perished in the line of duty ...

 
2009 and the tipping point of trust - 12/23/2009
2009 and the tipping point of trust

Freedom is dependent upon trust. I have to trust you, you me, you and me our government. The tipping point of trust — whether we’re gaining or losing it as a nation — is rapidly approaching if ...

 
A Christmas greeting from a Santa named Steve - 12/23/2009
A Christmas greeting from a Santa named Steve

Steve was driving, on the wrong side of the street, then the lights of the squad allowed them to meet. As Steve was arrested for his 5th DUI he proclaimed, “I had to drive, I was too drunk to fly.”

 
Tech 2009: The year in review and the years to come - 12/22/2009
Tech 2009: The year in review and the years to come

The final year of the decade promised to be one of the busiest in history for police technology, and that turned out to be exactly what we got. Here is just a small selection of the milestone ...

 

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