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February 02, 2009

Will to Win: Mike Perez (Part 1)

In November of 1985, Officer Mike Perez of the Aurora, IL Police Department experienced a life changing moment: his partner was disarmed and the offender, a career criminal with a violent past, turned the gun on Officer Perez.
January 12, 2009

C.O.P.S. at IACP 2008

Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. provides resources to assist in the rebuilding of the lives of surviving families and affected co-workers of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty as determined by Federal criteria. Furthermore, C.O.P.S. provides training to law enforcement agencies on survivor victimization issues and educates the public of the need to support the law enforcement profession and its survivors.
December 29, 2008

Stun-Cuff at IACP 2008

Todays criminal is hardened, desperate and more dangerous than ever. They endanger everyone they come in contact with; law enforcement, judges and civilians. They are out of control! During trial prisoner shackling has been found unconstitutional for fear prisoners may appear guilty before a jury. On the other hand, you can't allow a murder suspect freedom in the courts, filled with innocent bystanders where they may attempt to break free. All too frequently we hear disturbing reports of prisoner escapes. Whether taking a prisoner for a doctor visit, transporting them for trial, interrogations or dealing with a prisoner that is under the influence. They must be controlled. Stun-Cuff, part of Myers Enterprises, Inc., is committed to prisoner compliancy and officer safety.
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December 29, 2008

Will to Win: Beau Lamens

When Beau Lamens got into this pursuit he had no idea it was with a fellow who intended to gun him down in front of City Hall. Fortunately, Deputy Lamens has a "when/then" mindset and the armed confrontation that unfold on his dash cam and in his own words is a spellbinding example of a true Winning Mindset.
December 05, 2008

Will to Win: Ileanna Salinas

A hands on struggle with a homicide suspect suddenly became a life and death struggle for Officer Salinas when the suspect suddenly produced a handgun! This PoliceOneTV Will to Win segment is a riveting story of survival that will help you mentally plan for sudden escalations in any confrontation by forcing you to think about how you would have handled this deadly incident.
August 01, 2008

Will to Win: Lance Shipman (Part 3)

Imagine being engaged in a violent physical confrontation and then all of a sudden, you find yourself looking down the barrel of your own firearm! And to make matters worse, an angry crowd is shouting for your assailant to shoot... Less than an hour later, Corporal Shipman was in the back of an ambulance. Certainly the worst was over, but Lance's recovery was just beginning. In the conclusion of this three-part series, hear the Corporal talk about his life since the incident.
July 28, 2008

Will to Win: Lance Shipman (Part 1)

Imagine being engaged in a violent physical confrontation and then all of a sudden, you find yourself looking down the barrel of your own firearm! And to make matters worse, an angry crowd is shouting for your assailant to shoot... On January 22nd, 2008, Corporal Lance Shipman attempted to stop a vehicle as it exited a neighborhood known for high crime and drug activity. In the first part of this three-part series, hear Corporal Shipman explain how he ended up in this perilous situation.
June 02, 2008

Will to Win: Physical and mental recovery after an ambush

Officer Busby tells the story of being ambushed and wounded while responding to a call. What followed is a unique story of both physically and emotionally recovering from a unique set of life threatening circumstances.
September 27, 2007

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