If you're a typical patrol officer, you could be spending up to 12 hours a day in your vehicle. While you may feel like you've got driving down pat, the staggering number of traffic-related officer deaths in 2007 – 56 to date – tells a far different, and very grim story.
Here, driving experts offer their best training tips on how to avoid collisions, increase your safety on the roads and get you home alive ... Full Story
The DigitalPatroller in-car video system is the "Officer's Choice," having been deployed in more police vehicles nationwide than any other product in its category. Beginning in 1987 with ultra-rugged systems for NASCAR, DigitalPatroller has continued as the pioneer in digital video technology, and remains the most popular choice today among police departments all across the country.
Some pressure points can be hard to find and difficult to manipulate, but in today's PoliceOne Video Tip, produced by the Police Officers Safety Association (POSA), trainer Jeff Brooks shows the ease of locating and effectively leveraging the mental nerve to control a combative or resistant subject ...Full Tip
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