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Accuracy under pressure: Controlling the mind in a gunfight - 11/10/2014
Accuracy under pressure: Controlling the mind in a gunfight

One of the more difficult concepts to keep in tune for the serious practitioner is maintaining a high level of precision under pressure and in dynamic situations.

 
Why "no comment" no longer works after a critical police incident - 11/07/2014
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When the public hear no comment they think the police did something wrong and are trying to cover it up — when the officers from the involved agency hear it they feel angry and betrayed by their ...

 
Why SWAT cops need to be their own fitness instructors - 11/05/2014
Why SWAT cops need to be their own fitness instructors

Stress and fatigue are your two biggest enemies while trying to function in a tactical environment.

 
Dealing with dogs on SWAT operations: 10 tactical options - 11/05/2014
Dealing with dogs on SWAT operations: 10 tactical options

No matter how you feel about dogs, do not put your life — or the lives of your team — in jeopardy because of an aggressive dog.

 
Your agency got a 1033 MRAP! How will you train to use it? - 11/05/2014
Your agency got a 1033 MRAP! How will you train to use it?

These trucks feel, drive, and act unlike anything most drivers and teams are used to — to simply put them to use without proper training is asking for people to get hurt or killed.

 
What would Eric Holder’s police tactics commission really accomplish? - 11/03/2014
What would Eric Holder’s police tactics commission really accomplish?

In a free society, the relationship between police and citizens must remain the fundamental issue that demands vigilance, but one must wonder whether a nationwide commission is the answer.

 
Are the recent ‘lone wolf’ attacks a trend or an anomaly? - 11/03/2014
Are the recent ‘lone wolf’ attacks a trend or an anomaly?

Islamic State spokesman Abu Muhammed al-Adnani published a message titled "Indeed Your Lord is Ever Watchful" in which he encouraged jihadists living in the West to conduct simple attacks.

 
How Freud's Pleasure Principle is killing cops behind the wheel - 11/03/2014
How Freud's Pleasure Principle is killing cops behind the wheel

Type T people not only enjoy the rush of adrenaline, but they will actively seek ventures and conditions that create it — and many officers are Type T personalities.

 
IACP 2014: How cops can safeguard children of arrested parents - 10/29/2014
IACP 2014: How cops can safeguard children of arrested parents

For children, seeing a parent get cuffed and put into the back of a squad can can have a lifelong impact.

 
IACP 2014: Mental health interventions in the aftermath of a mass casualty event - 10/27/2014
IACP 2014: Mental health interventions in the aftermath of a mass casualty event

2 surprising strategies for dealing with the aftermath of a mass casualty event were gleaned at an afternoon seminar session.

 
5 things to improve squad car safety - 10/27/2014
5 things to improve squad car safety

Our profession has done a terrible job regarding car interior safety, and we need to remedy it.

 
4 revelations from the leaked Michael Brown autopsy report - 10/22/2014
4 revelations from the leaked Michael Brown autopsy report

The fact that the report was leaked at all may actually be the most interesting piece of the story. I contend that the leak foreshadows the findings of the grand jury considering charges against ...

 
Terrorist attack in Canada shows limits of a persistent threat - 10/22/2014
Terrorist attack in Canada shows limits of a persistent threat

With so many individuals to monitor, limited resources and the ease with which simple attacks can be conducted, it is impossible to stop every grassroots jihadist bent on destruction.

 
Why 'the cloud' has a thin blue lining - 10/21/2014
Why 'the cloud' has a thin blue lining

Although still not nearly as “sexy” as what the public may see on the silver screen, police are better leveraging cloud technology for criminal investigations and crime prevention.

 
What Ferguson can teach police about social media strategy - 10/21/2014
What Ferguson can teach police about social media strategy

The information and images released by the police department and others created a ticking time bomb that resulted in riots and the continual fallout we see today.

 

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