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5 things police leaders can do to better report violence against officers - 12/08/2014
5 things police leaders can do to better report violence against officers

There is a vast under-reporting on assaults against our officers, and it is not the fault of the FBI — it is the fault of police leadership.

 
Why cursing at suspects isn’t worth it - 12/03/2014
Why cursing at suspects isn’t worth it

The two times “poking the bear” has the greatest negative impact is when force has been used already, or just prior to the use of force

 
Why Obama's bodycam initiative won't work - 12/03/2014
Why Obama's bodycam initiative won't work

Some projects can be funded on a one-and-done basis - providing agencies with body cameras is not one of them

 
Ferguson lessons: A model of police, fire, and EMS teamwork - 11/26/2014
Ferguson lessons: A model of police, fire, and EMS teamwork

If rioting involves businesses being looted and burned, our brothers and sisters in the big red trucks will be summoned — and any FD or EMS response in the hot zone will require a dedicated police ...

 
5 years after Lakewood: Leadership lessons learned - 11/26/2014
5 years after Lakewood: Leadership lessons learned

Chief Bret Farrar and Assistant Chief Mike Zaro have quietly done a lot of work in speaking with — and working with — agencies about what happened in Lakewood.

 
Remembering the Lakewood Four: 6 keys to preventing an ambush - 11/26/2014
Remembering the Lakewood Four: 6 keys to preventing an ambush

All of the ambush attacks which have happened since four officers were slain in Lakewood occurred when the assailant perceived the officers were relaxed and unprepared for such an assault.

 
Why Officer Darren Wilson wasn't indicted - 11/25/2014
Why Officer Darren Wilson wasn't indicted

The grand jury in Ferguson (Mo.) has spoken, and there will be no criminal prosecution pursued against Officer Darren Wilson.

 
Ferguson decision: Officer Wilson a victim of "they" - 11/25/2014
Ferguson decision: Officer Wilson a victim of

Wilson stands with the "they" of the hatred of cops by some and the love and respect of cops by others.

 
How to incorporate combat breathing in police pursuits - 11/24/2014
How to incorporate combat breathing in police pursuits

As Bruce Lee said, we need to “learn it until you forget it,” so that under the conditions we need it the most, you will perform it to your advantage without even thinking about it

 
6 safety tips for motor officers in pursuits - 11/24/2014
6 safety tips for motor officers in pursuits

Before you go “Code 3” and activate your emergency lights and toggle that siren on, here are six things to consider

 
Rethinking the ‘fire’ command in firearms training - 11/21/2014
Rethinking the ‘fire’ command in firearms training

“Square range” shooting is an essential part of a firearms training program — there are some skills that can only be trained on the range — but there are some skills that are better trained somewhere ...

 
How cops’ use of kill switches will be closely scrutinized - 11/19/2014
How cops’ use of kill switches will be closely scrutinized

Let’s get ahead of this one because we’re presently 0-2 when it comes to the Supreme Court and our techie intrusions.

 
Amid shooting furors, politicians get a special “training day” - 11/19/2014
Amid shooting furors, politicians get a special “training day”

The St. Louis Police Officers Association invited about 60 elected officials to a day of immersion training in hopes of opening their eyes and minds to the realities behind the badge.

 
Your brain on Copstosterone: 4 keys to a happier home life - 11/19/2014
Your brain on Copstosterone: 4 keys to a happier home life

The pressure of controlling your stress can make you distance yourself from your family — you think you’re protecting them by keeping them from your inner Alpha Dog but that distance can hurt, too.

 
5 common use-of-force myths debunked - 11/19/2014
5 common use-of-force myths debunked

Too many administrators, chiefs, mayors, city council members, community activists, and members of the media are unaware of Graham v. Connor, let alone the four-pronged test of ‘reasonableness’.

 

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