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April 05, 2011

NRA Training: Bringing the Street to the Range

Dave Smith and Bill Campbell discuss the idea of "bringing the street to the range." The goal is to make thing more realistic, rather than so "qualification based."
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March 14, 2011

TerraHawk at IACP 2010

The top priorities of the TerraHawk M.U.S.T. are mobile response and rapid deployment. When you pull up, you put the vehicle in park, press one button, and in less than a minute the vehicle is level and stabilized.
March 14, 2011

Hank Hayes: Warrior Mindset

We need to empower our police and military with the "Warrior Mindset." Know the pre-incident cues, clues, and tools to get right on task, rather than warm up to it.
March 11, 2011

Combat casualty care for LEOs

Because the servicemen and women who came under fire at the Soldier Readiness Center at Fort Hood had been recently trained in self-care and buddy-care, the death toll was considerably lower than it could have otherwise been. In this video, SGM Kyle Lamb (ret.) speaks with PoliceOne Senior Editor about the value of having a practical combat casualty care kit while on patrol.
March 10, 2011

Church shooting: The heroism of Jeanne Assam

On December 9, 2007 a 24-year-old gunman named Matthew Murray launched a brutal assault on the parishioners of the New Life Church in Colorado Springs (Colo.) that left two innocent victims dead. Because of the quick actions of a former police officer from Minnesota named Jeanne Assam, that number could easily have been much, much higher. Assam explains in a new video segment produced by the PoliceOne Video Team for the PoliceOne Academy that she very nearly decided to not go to church that day. However, on the morning of the shooting, she saw a headline on her computer indicating that two young people were murdered at a training center for Christian missionaries some 70 miles away in the Denver suburb of Arvada. The headline shook her.
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March 08, 2011

Don't let your gloves give you away

During an arrest, many suspects will see the common medical gloves — colored in blue and green and white — as a cue of imminent arrest. You may be able to deter and immediate threat from this by disguising your gloves. There are solutions available on the market that are harder to notice as being medical gloves which are at least worth looking into.
March 08, 2011

Staying hydrated on duty

The human body is always dehydrating — regardless of the climate, the temperature, or the geography in which that body is operating. The effects of dehydration are not only physical — they’re mental as well. One of the first capabilities a dehydrated person will lose is their ability to think quickly and critically. Keep fluids in your squad car so you can keep replenishing fluids in your body.
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March 08, 2011

3 questions to help assign blame

Asking the right questions will assist in determining who is utterly at fault. Whether it’s the administration, the officer, or anybody else, we’re always trying to fix blame. There are three key questions that should always be asked when assessing a situation and determining who is at fault. P1 Columnist Gary Kluugiewicz explains them in the video tip below.
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March 08, 2011

Using the reverse wrist twist takedown

In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor and renowned police defensive tactics trainer Joe Ferrera speaks about and demonstrates the two axis — circles of movement — involved in the proper execution of the reverse wrist twist takedown.



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