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Analysis of new TASER recommendations: "Aim small to miss small" - 11/02/2009
Analysis of new TASER recommendations:

I asked TASER Master Trainer Jay Leonard Trainer why TASER has recommended avoiding the center mass frontal shot and told officers to lower their target area? Jay answered without hesitation, ...

 
The supervisor's role in officer survival - 11/02/2009
The supervisor's role in officer survival

Field trainers, senior officers, and corporals are vital to any police organization. These are the warriors among us who bridge the gap between supervision and the line personnel.

 
Police on Halloween: DWI, vandalism, and gunfights - 10/30/2009
Police on Halloween: DWI, vandalism, and gunfights

A small South Carolina town and the city of San Francisco don’t appear to have a much in common, but they have a similar problem. PoliceOne spoke with Sgt. Wilfred Williams of SFPD and Sumter ...

 
Watch out for "Bozo the Clown" on Halloween - 10/30/2009
Watch out for

Patrolling on Halloween can be fun but it also presents some very real dilemmas. Patience is needed and vigilance must be kept. Bring some candy. Wear a silly mask. But remember your vest and ...

 
Supreme Court upholds ban on traffic stops based on a caller's tip - 10/29/2009
Supreme Court upholds ban on traffic stops based on a caller's tip

The Supreme Court says Va. cops must witness erratic driving before stopping a suspected drunk driver. PoliceOne legal analyst Terry Dwyer sees this as an excellent case to review to make officers ...

 
P1 First Person: "A Smart Man Knows His Limitations" - 10/29/2009
P1 First Person:

PoliceOne Contributor Duane Wolfe manages to quote Dirty Harry, Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, and his own mother (each of whom suggest you know your limitations).

 
Winning in combat: The Ness brothers mindset - 10/28/2009
Winning in combat: The Ness brothers mindset

Two young officers trained under the same state curriculum and worked the street in cities with similar demographics. Both were tested early in their careers by life-threatening conflicts. Tragically ...

 
Experts discuss videotaped Calif. use-of-force case involving student - 10/27/2009
Experts discuss videotaped Calif. use-of-force case involving student

Can you use force when the suspect is on the ground? The answer to that is "it depends."

 
Keys to safe driving: "The eyes have it!" - 10/26/2009
Keys to safe driving:

Capt. Travis Yates discusses how to improve vision to reduce the likelihood of collisions while driving.

 
Buck stops: Traffic stops in hunting season - 10/23/2009
Buck stops: Traffic stops in hunting season

State Park Officer Brian Roesti discusses how hunting season can bring about some unique law enforcement situations that can affect all officers, especially conservation officers conducting investigative ...

 
A gun was to his head, but the fight was not over - 10/22/2009
A gun was to his head, but the fight was not over

Lt. Dan Marcou describes a dramatic officer-involved shooting that reinforces the idea that a winning mindset can increase survival.

 
Trigger weight, performance, and safety - 10/22/2009
Trigger weight, performance, and safety

Ron Avery discusses what weight trigger is optimal for a law enforcement or CCW firearm for general purpose carry.

 
Keys to safe police driving often overlooked - 10/14/2009
Keys to safe police driving often overlooked

It’s not as easy as it used to be for me to read signs, license tags, or overcome the glare that’s common at night. We’re quick to check our eyes if our range scores don’t match up but how important ...

 
Top 10 ways to botch an investigation - 10/14/2009
Top 10 ways to botch an investigation

Don’t let every cop working come in and look at the body. Don’t take stupid pictures — a cop pretending they are tonguing the dead guy’s ear doesn’t look good in court.

 
Fuel for the fight: Eating right! - 10/02/2009
Fuel for the fight: Eating right!

Survival sometimes hinges on the smallest things. Choosing a small lunch verses a large lunch could one day be one of those small things. One component of physical fitness that we police officers ...

 

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