EVOC training best practices

I recently attended a training conference and left with more questions than answers. I found myself talking to instructors from across the world and hearing a wide array of answers to how to best train law enforcement officers. The conversations got me to thinking about how we train and why we train the way we do.

The term “Best Practices” is often thrown around within law enforcement circles. In the last three decades we’ve seen a radical increase in law enforcement training, the use of technology and with that the use of “best practices” to evolve that training. Indeed, anyone who has been in law enforcement for more than a few years knows that everything from high-risk vehicle stops to active shooter response has been changed through the years. These changes almost always improve how we respond to incidents and essentially makes law enforcement and the community safer.

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