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Premiere: The 1-second safety lesson; Range utilization tips

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 Nov. 29, 2012  products products newsletters newsletters
Dear PoliceOne Member,

Welcome to the premiere edition of the P1 Training eNews, a bimonthly special newsletter focused on helping police trainers to be even more effective in preparing officers for the streets.

This month, Dan Marcou covers the three different types of learning preferences and how you can best address them, Dave Smith discusses how to avoid creating negative training scars, and I offer what I call the "one-second safety lesson" for your next lineup or roll call.

You are receiving this premiere issue because you are a PoliceOne eNews subscriber, but you have NOT been automatically subscribed for future issues of the Training eNews. If you'd like to keep receiving it, please sign up here.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
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