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Health - Physical and Mental Fitness

The Police Health - Physical and Mental Fitness topic provides cops with videos, training drills and expert advice to help ensure the officer’s head is straight and body is strong. Complete physical and psychological fitness - through regular trips to the gym, five-mile runs, and conversations with the police psychologist - is critical for an officer to perform the job to maximum potential.
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Are Charles Remsberg - 10-8: Life on the Line

Are "readiness" tests a better cure than "fitness" tests for LEOs’ poor conditioning?

By Chuck Remsberg Senior PoliceOne.com Contributor Sponsored by Blauer Talking about plain old physical “... - Full Story

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P-1 Members sound off: Was fitness-promoting Chief out of line?

When Paul Goward, the recently resigned Chief of Winter Haven (FL) PD, decided to tell his officers it... - Full Story

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Was a Chief out of line for telling his officers to get fit? Scott Buhrmaster - Topics & Tactics for Law Enforcement

Was a Chief out of line for telling his officers to get fit?

What do PoliceOne Members think? Recently, Paul Goward, the now former Chief of Winter Haven (FL) PD, fel... - Full Story

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Police chief resigns after sending "Jelly Belly" e-mail to employees

The Associated Press WINTER HAVEN, Fla. -- Police Chief Paul Goward was tired of looking around his department... - Full Story

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Training Officer Adam & Officer Eve: Physical performance training based on gender

By James Di Naso Police Performance Director Police Kinesiology Company Part 1 of a 2-part series In... - Full Story

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Sex, lies & police work Dr. Laurence Miller - Practical Police Psychology

Sex, lies & police work

By Police Psychologist Laurence Miller, PhD Q: I’m not mentioning any names here, but a lot of cops h... - Full Story

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Does being angry put you at higher risk for getting injured? Force Science Institute - Destroying Myths & Discovering Cold Facts

Does being angry put you at higher risk for getting injured?

In one way, yes--and it’s a way with great relevance for law enforcement. [From Force Science News provi... - Full Story

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Brutal Brass Dr. Laurence Miller - Practical Police Psychology

Brutal Brass

by Police Psychologist Dr. Laurence Miller Q: I’m an officer in a small to medium-sized police depart... - Full Story

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There are victims still among us: The emotional toll of 9/11 five years later Scott Buhrmaster - Topics & Tactics for Law Enforcement

There are victims still among us: The emotional toll of 9/11 five years later

By Scott Buhrmaster PoliceOne Managing Editor The events of five years ago had a life-changing impact on a... - Full Story

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Dad of detective who died after breathing WTC dust wants focus shifted to health of survivors

By DEVLIN BARRETT Associated Press Writer NEW YORK- The father of a police detective who died after... - Full Story



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