(left) Wrecker crews prepare to haul away wreckage from a fiery crash that claimed the lives of two officers and a female motorist Sept. 28 near Gallipolis, Ohio. Trooper Joshua P. Risner, 29, who was killed the crash, was found to be drunk when he caused the accident. (AP Photo/Scott Osborne)
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Training Officer Adam & Officer Eve: Physical performance training based on gender
By Guest P-1 Columnist James DiNaso
Part 1 of 2
In my last article, I briefly addressed some of the performance advantages and disadvantages due to the physiological and structural differences between the genders. As politically incorrect as it may sound, these differences can and do affect physical performance. In particular
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Off-duty & plainclothes safety tips
Submitted by the Police Officers Safety Association
In this week's PoliceOne Video Tactical Tip, Ralph Mroz, Training Director for the Police Officers Safety Association (POSA), explains and demonstrates some critical steps plain clothes and off-duty officers can take to ensure that if they find themselves involved in an armed encounter out of uniform, responding uniformed officers won't mistake them for an armed suspect, potentially leading to tragedy
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