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How to be a great police trainer; Video: Active shooter training

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Dear PoliceOne Member,

In this month's eNews, Dan Marcou lists the five traits of a great police trainer. Betsy Brantner Smith elaborates on the 10 truths of police leadership with her 10 truths of police training, and in a new section, I discuss the upcoming challenges facing police trainers in 2014.

Also, be sure to check out our main video, in which Gary Monreal explains why he thinks basic active shooter training trumps specialized training.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
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Active shooter training

Gary Monreal talks about active shooter training, and why basic training might be better than specialized training. Watch the video

Challenges facing trainers in 2014

By Doug Wyllie, Editor in Chief
What do you see as the biggest challenge facing police trainers in 2014, and what do you think should be done about it? Elephant in the room
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5 traits of a great police trainer

By Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
When you think about it, these are the traits every trainer should hope to develop in their trainees, whether they are young recruits in an academy, veterans attending an in-service, or attendees of a specialized class. What do you think they are?
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10 truths of police training

By Betsy Brantner Smith, PoliceOne Columnist
PoliceOne Columnist Richard Fairburn's excellent piece on the 10 truths of police leadership inspired me ponder what "truths" police trainers need to think about. Credit where credit is due
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