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Training to enhance tactical situational awareness - 03/15/2010
Training to enhance tactical situational awareness

Repetition in training develops memory — memory fosters confidence, decisiveness, and decision-making speed in combat

 
Financial tips for starting a police family - 03/15/2010
Financial tips for starting a police family

The time to start thinking about your finances as they relate to your children is before they’re even born.

 
Prone subjects: Deadly in an instant - 03/12/2010
Prone subjects: Deadly in an instant

A suspect on the ground is prone with his hands tucked under his body. What’s hidden in those hands? If it’s a gun, how fast can he twist and shoot as you’re approaching him? The short answer ...

 
Issue handguns: One size doesn’t fit all - 03/12/2010
Issue handguns: One size doesn’t fit all

High capacity pistols with double stack magazines and wide grip frames can cause officers who have smaller hands to find it difficult to obtain a proper grip (with the web between the thumb and ...

 
P1 First Person: The "Other Court" - 03/11/2010
P1 First Person: The

This week's featured P1 First Person essay is from PoliceOne Contributor Jim Guffey, who weighs in on the controversial announcement late last year by TASER International.

 
5 tips for female leaders in a paramilitary organization - 03/11/2010
5 tips for female leaders in a paramilitary organization

Stop "auditioning" for the job you already have. Don’t communicate when you’re upset. These are just two suggestions for women who are leading (or want to be leaders) in a primarily male, paramilitary ...

 
8 great tools for critical response - 03/10/2010
8 great tools for critical response

Whether you're a SWAT cop or you're out working patrol, some of these items will help you be successful, and also help keep you safe!

 
Using the 'Stunt Double' and 'Pause Button' in DT training - 03/09/2010
Using the 'Stunt Double' and 'Pause Button' in DT training

Some simulations necessitate the use of physical intervention skills or hard-contact offensive and defensive tactics. Using the 'Stunt Double' and 'Pause Button' can help.

 
A phased approach to improve radio communications - 03/08/2010
A phased approach to improve radio communications

Plain language and common terminology have been discussed in the public safety community for a long time. While this issue is fraught with cultural and political barriers, there are few defensible ...

 
In budget crunch, a top cop takes to the streets - 03/05/2010
In budget crunch, a top cop takes to the streets

Sheriff Lee Baca of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department is heading back out on patrol for the first time in nearly 20 years in an effort to help his agency save $128M.

 
Working together with aviation, maritime, and SWAT - 03/05/2010
Working together with aviation, maritime, and SWAT

A ferry boat with 90 passengers aboard has been taken by an unknown number of assailants. Airborne, maritime, SWAT, and underwater teams are called in for the counterassault. Now what?

 
10 key steps for safe, effective simulation training - 03/04/2010
10 key steps for safe, effective simulation training

All too often instructors go too fast, too soon in their simulation training. You can’t teach officers new skills and then, with little or no practice, expect them to do well in high-level, high-stress, ...

 
“Excessive” shots and falling assailants: A fresh look at OIS subtleties - 03/04/2010
“Excessive” shots and falling assailants: A fresh look at OIS subtleties

A new look at why officers often fire controversial “extra” shots after a threat has ended has been published by an independent shooting reconstructionist and certified Force Science analyst.

 
P1 First Person: Who Is That Guy? - 03/04/2010
P1 First Person: Who Is That Guy?

This week's featured P1 First Person essay is from PoliceOne PoliceOne Firearms Columnist Ron Avery, who writes about someone he regularly encounters during workouts and range training.

 
Will your SWAT team's tactics survive first contact? - 03/03/2010
Will your SWAT team's tactics survive first contact?

Teams with methods that force them to focus on their “proper” movement techniques instead of on finding and eliminating the threat may find themselves in positions in which their carefully-rehearsed ...

 

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