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Dragged by a meth-fueled felon: Lessons learned by a lucky cop - 02/14/2014
Dragged by a meth-fueled felon: Lessons learned by a lucky cop

Missouri State Trooper Cody Dunfee still doesn't know why his instincts were to lunge at the suspect's car as it took off.

 
Video: Combative suspect and the fight-for-life drill - 02/13/2014
Video: Combative suspect and the fight-for-life drill

This video is a great example of why we do stress-inoculation in training. The ability to be able to say "OK, no need to panic, I've done this before," is invaluable.

 
What went right in the Christopher Dorner manhunt? - 02/12/2014
What went right in the Christopher Dorner manhunt?

There are many examples of what went right in the Dorner manhunt — this is only a small sampling of the tenacity and bravery that every American law officer is willing to put forward when the ...

 
A year after Dorner: Training to win against a dangerous adversary - 02/12/2014
A year after Dorner: Training to win against a dangerous adversary

I believe that we can use the Dorner incident as the launching pad for a new (and higher) level of commitment to police officer training. It has been my observation — and I'm not alone in this ...

 
One Year After Dorner: Bad guys with good training - 02/10/2014
One Year After Dorner: Bad guys with good training

Today's law enforcement professionals are finding themselves engaging adversaries with a higher degree of training than ever before.

 
Are you a great backup? - 02/10/2014
Are you a great backup?

The indisputable fact is the job of law enforcement requires good backup. Do you know what goes into being a good backup? Check out these five key elements and help your fellow LEOs out.

 
What have we learned from the Dorner incident? - 02/08/2014
What have we learned from the Dorner incident?

What are police agencies, trainers, and individual officers doing differently one year after Dorner?

 
How I survived 4 near-fatal errors on a single shift - 02/07/2014
How I survived 4 near-fatal errors on a single shift

This month marks the 36-year anniversary of the massive blizzard that struck the Northeastern United States in 1978. It also marks the anniversary of one of the days that I could have been killed ...

 
Dispatchers: Unsung heroes and a 'lifeline' for LEOs - 02/07/2014
Dispatchers: Unsung heroes and a 'lifeline' for LEOs

Although dispatchers and police officers have a special connection, dispatchers sometimes go unrecognized for their efforts to keep officers safe and informed.

 
Legal weed and the future of drug interdiction - 02/05/2014
Legal weed and the future of drug interdiction

Just because the legal quantity to be purchased is regulated, don’t fool yourself into believing that there aren’t some backdoor deals being done in these states for more than is allowed.

 
Lessons learned from fatal collision in Okla. pursuit - 02/05/2014
Lessons learned from fatal collision in Okla. pursuit

Recently, two brave LEOs were killed during a police pursuit in western Oklahoma. These two brave officers left us a message we must discuss in order for us to prevent future tragedies.

 
Dorner, one year later: 7 lessons learned from a murderer - 02/04/2014
Dorner, one year later: 7 lessons learned from a murderer

The next Chris Dorner may already be out there plotting — what are you doing to prepare?

 
Building entries: Fusing dynamic with deliberate - 02/04/2014
Building entries: Fusing dynamic with deliberate

Whether or not you’re part of a SWAT team, at some point all LEOs — from narcotics to investigations to patrol — enter structures with the intent to locate suspects.

 
Integrating K-9s into SWAT operations - 02/04/2014
Integrating K-9s into SWAT operations

Lack of education and training on both SWAT and K-9 elements can paralyze and frustrate the members of a combined group.

 
3 levels of command in a large-scale critical incident - 02/03/2014
3 levels of command in a large-scale critical incident

Major incidents can occur in a jurisdiction of any size, including small venues with limited response assets. One traditional shortcoming is the organization and leadership evident in our response ...

 

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