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August 07, 2015
How 'comply and complain' can prevent a future Ferguson Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

How 'comply and complain' can prevent a future Ferguson

Something we’ve seen altogether too little media coverage of is the fact that in many of the controversial cases where an officer has used deadly force on a subject, that subject did not comply with lawful orders - Full Story
August 05, 2015
Rapid Response: Nashville Metro PD showed us how active shooter response is done Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

Rapid Response: Nashville Metro PD showed us how active shooter response is done

What lessons from the incident today in Tennessee can you take with you if the next active shooter incident happens in your jurisdiction? - Full Story
July 31, 2015
3 alternative ways of considering tactical thinking Steve "Pappy" Papenfuhs - Training to Think

3 alternative ways of considering tactical thinking

While police operations can be based on acronym-based mission-planning methodologies such as OCOKA, SMEAC and METT-TC — here are three alternative ways of considering tactical thinking - Full Story
July 27, 2015
Rapid Response: 3 key takeaways from the Lafayette theater shooting Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

Rapid Response: 3 key takeaways from the Lafayette theater shooting

Whether or not Houser was conducting a classic copycat crime may never be known, but similarities in the two incidents cannot be understated - Full Story
July 27, 2015
11 ways police can improve their job performance Duane Wolfe - The Warrior's Path

11 ways police can improve their job performance

Because luck is not a strategy and hope is not a tactic, officers on the street today need to remember the fundamentals of their training and the basic officer safety tactics that have proven to be effective - Full Story
July 22, 2015
Can stress and fatigue affect officer bias and decision-making? Jonathan Page - NeuroCop

Can stress and fatigue affect officer bias and decision-making?

The media and pundits say that race affects an officer’s decision to shoot and with some recent police shootings, anecdotal evidence points in that direction as well — but what does science say? - Full Story
July 16, 2015
4 keys to creating a UOF 'training day' for civilians Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

4 keys to creating a UOF 'training day' for civilians

Because hope is not a strategy and luck is not a tactic, police agencies are well-served when the training unit builds a special use-of-force training day for the public, the press, and the politicians - Full Story
July 08, 2015
How Below 100 is lowering preventable police LODDs Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

How Below 100 is lowering preventable police LODDs

The trainers who deliver the Below 100 message to agencies across the country are working hard to ensure fewer families have to make that life-changing trip to National Police Week in DC - Full Story
June 26, 2015
2 tests to determine if your training is tactical or tacti-cool Charles Humes - Critical Combative Concepts

2 tests to determine if your training is tactical or tacti-cool

We must apply NUM and the Three S Test to everything we do, instilling functional skills early and quickly by focusing on the simple basics - Full Story
June 10, 2015
Why the 'pool party' arrest hysteria is (again) dead wrong Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

Why the 'pool party' arrest hysteria is (again) dead wrong

Critics of the McKinney cop who say he never should have used force against that bikini-clad teen should be reminded that she could have avoided any force had she simply complied with lawful commands - Full Story



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