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Shooter analysis and remediation - 08/27/2009
Shooter analysis and remediation

It matters what order in which you teach things. In order to understand the problems, it is helpful to understand the process of mastery from a physical as well as a mental perspective.

 
Policing rural America: Soft target terrorism - 07/31/2009
Policing rural America: Soft target terrorism

Anything that might be considered a “major terrorist target” is probably now being protected to at least some extent. What does that leave? It leaves soft targets in rural America — places that ...

 
The (unfortunate) relationship between fear and trust - 07/15/2009
The (unfortunate) relationship between fear and trust

Not surprisingly, I got a lot of response to an article in which I told the story of a lieutenant who by all accounts was a toxic supervisor. Among the replies was an email from a young cop who ...

 
Sun Tzu for 21st century cops - 06/15/2009
Sun Tzu for 21st century cops

Sun Tzu’s "The Art of War" is one of the most widely distributed, discussed, footnoted, translated, and argued texts in history. It is utilized in today by successful tacticians in the military, ...

 
Getting promoted: Top 10 dos and don’ts for test day - 06/07/2009
Getting promoted: Top 10 dos and don’ts for test day

I’ve always thought that the three parts of the promotional process were the officer, the test, and the politics. I’ve already talked about the officer—the most important part of the triangle—and ...

 
Audio from Motel 6 ambush reveals heroism ...and a practical, tactical reminder - 06/02/2009
Audio from Motel 6 ambush reveals heroism ...and a practical, tactical reminder

Corporal Greg Sumler tells a wounded fellow officer to initiate tactical breathing (to help control his bleeding) before arriving on the scene. Sumler says, “78 can you copy me?”

 
Warriors on the streets: Combat veterans becoming cops - 05/29/2009
Warriors on the streets: Combat veterans becoming cops

Some of the miscalculated complexities regarding our warriors’ return home from their service overseas have become more visible lately.

 
Post-critical incident conversations: Be careful what you say, and to whom you say it - 05/14/2009
Post-critical incident conversations: Be careful what you say, and to whom you say it

Informal conversations with fellow officers and union officials, which are generally considered benign and are not officially-compelled conversations (as in a Garrity situation), can come back ...

 
Utility of mobile broadband technology for LE - 05/08/2009
Utility of mobile broadband technology for LE

We’re approaching the eighth anniversary of the most terrible attack on our nation. What shocks me is the lack of data sharing, voice and data communication, and interoperability that still exists ...

 
The long arm of the lawless - 04/14/2009
The long arm of the lawless

The spillover of violence from Mexico began some time ago in border towns like Laredo and El Paso in Texas, but now, the threat posed by Mexican criminals is beginning to spread further north ...

 
Critical analysis: History’s guide to better performance - 03/30/2009
Critical analysis: History’s guide to better performance

Doing a proper critical analysis should not be viewed as slanderous or detrimental to those involved. But if we are to learn from past errors, and we all make them, then political correctness ...

 
Arrogance and Ignorance, part 2 - 03/16/2009
Arrogance and Ignorance, part 2

PoliceOne recently launched a new series, “First Person," where P1 columnists and members candidly share their own unique cop’s-eye-view of the world. This week’s feature is Jim Glennon's follow-up ...

 
Putting a name and a face on UCR stats - 03/11/2009
Putting a name and a face on UCR stats

In December 2008 Bakersfield Police Officer Dennis Eddy returned to the streets just ten months after he was shot and lost part of his leg. Officer Eddy was struck twice by gunfire in a gang-infested ...

 
Proof is in the review - 03/04/2009
Proof is in the review

We go to great lengths to train ourselves how to respond under stress, how to protect ourselves when attacked by suspects, and how to protect them from harm when we take them into custody. When ...

 
“Community Oriented” SWAT - 02/27/2009
“Community Oriented” SWAT

Let me make something very clear. Officially, there are no COSWAT Teams out there. The best teams have always done it. The “community oriented” part is simply understood.

 

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