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Officer-Involved Shootings

Officer-Involved Shootings

The Officer-Involved Shootings topic page provides news about cops in deadly confrontations, as well as tactical tips and columnists’ perspective on how to handle such situations. Most police officers will go through an entire career without discharging their weapon in the commission of their job. But on a daily basis, every single officer thinks about being in a gunfight.
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May 29, 2013
9 rounds spent, 4 suspects down: The heroics of Deputy Frank Pobjecky Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

9 rounds spent, 4 suspects down: The heroics of Deputy Frank Pobjecky

How the off-duty Winnebago County (Illinois) Sheriff’s Deputy singlehandedly stopped a pizza parlor robbery - Full Story
May 16, 2013
Maximizing use-of-force simulators in law enforcement training Ken Hardesty - Excellence in Training

Maximizing use-of-force simulators in law enforcement training

In order to maximize efficiency and deliver the highest quality training to our personnel, I believe simulator programs should include several, equally-important components - Full Story
May 16, 2013
PoliceOne Roundtable: Using simulators in law enforcement training Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

PoliceOne Roundtable: Using simulators in law enforcement training

We connected with four of the top industry experts in the area of police simulators, and got their thoughts on the challenges, solutions, and future prospects for this continually-developing technology - Full Story
May 15, 2013
2 traffic stops, 2 very different outcomes Charles Remsberg - 10-8: Life on the Line

2 traffic stops, 2 very different outcomes

What made the life-and-death difference between two traffic stops on the same offender? - Full Story
May 13, 2013
Traffic stops: New ideas on positioning, movement, and safety Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

Traffic stops: New ideas on positioning, movement, and safety

A new study by Force Science Institute is the first of its kind to systematically and scientifically evaluate officer responses to deadly threats encountered during a “routine” traffic stop - Full Story
April 22, 2013
Cop shot 17 times at Sikh Temple says, 'Never give up' Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

Cop shot 17 times at Sikh Temple says, 'Never give up'

Meeting Lt. Brian Murphy was a major highlight during my time at ILEETA 2013 - Full Story
April 16, 2013
One cop's 'Not Today' attitude ends a gunman's multi-state shooting spree Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

One cop's 'Not Today' attitude ends a gunman's multi-state shooting spree

Seth McCloskey was a real bad guy who just happened to come up against into Josh Kenworthy and the other officers of Tomah (Wis.) Police Department who said, “Not today.” - Full Story
April 15, 2013
Rush to judgment: Let's stop eating our young Duane Wolfe - The Warrior's Path

Rush to judgment: Let's stop eating our young

What often causes the most stress for police officers is the tension between us — our co-workers and supervisors — not the carnage and mayhem we deal with on the streets - Full Story
April 15, 2013
Dramatic shooting of a car thief... and persistent Hollywood myths Force Science Institute - Destroying Myths & Discovering Cold Facts

Dramatic shooting of a car thief... and persistent Hollywood myths

The following report describes the latest moving-vehicle shooting case Force Science Institute has played... - Full Story
April 12, 2013
7 ways to avoid becoming a victim of your own weapon handling Mark Schraer - Moving Beyond Qualification

7 ways to avoid becoming a victim of your own weapon handling

Negligent discharges result from involuntary muscular contraction of the hand and finger muscles caused by startle effect, balance disruption, and/or sympathetic response - Full Story



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