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October 17, 2014
If you can’t be a professional, leave the profession Mike Wood - Tactical Analysis

If you can’t be a professional, leave the profession

This is about more than your pride — it’s about your safety and the safety of the officers and public who depend on you to watch their back - Full Story
October 06, 2014
Cops’ Survival: Can 10 feet make the difference? Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

Cops’ Survival: Can 10 feet make the difference?

When you’re fighting at bad-breath distance, simply pointing and pulling the trigger stands a fair chance of success, but when you get out to seven yards or further, marksmanship training begins to pay off - Full Story
October 01, 2014
Keeping motor cops safe with a break-in program David Kinaan - From the Motor Officer's Saddle

Keeping motor cops safe with a break-in program

Prior to deploying motorcycles, a department should seek out a training school that provides thorough and challenging training — look for schools that include a field break-in period or that could help you set up a motorcycle break-in program - Full Story
September 08, 2014
Considerations for evaluating officer-involved shootings Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

Considerations for evaluating officer-involved shootings

Every use-of-force incident must be examined as a unique event — no two are alike — but we may be able to apply a few general concepts in our ‘after-action’ analysis - Full Story
September 05, 2014
How to adjust risk variables to increase officer safety Paul C. Wood - Dominating Your Operational Environment

How to adjust risk variables to increase officer safety

Risk tolerance on the job is ultimately a personal matter where the most effective cops incorporate risk management practices into daily decision-making - Full Story
September 03, 2014
2 keys to building award-winning active-killer response training for schools in your jurisdiction Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

2 keys to building award-winning active-killer response training for schools in your jurisdiction

In St. Charles Parish, the law enforcers and educators leveraged a strong relationship and a mutual desire to protect kids in their classrooms to win the 2014 National School Safety Award - Full Story
August 29, 2014
Examining issues of time in the Ferguson shooting Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

Examining issues of time in the Ferguson shooting

Left out of all of the so-called analysis in the mainstream media in the aftermath of the Ferguson OIS is any real examination of the science of human performance during rapidly-unfolding, high-stress events - Full Story
August 15, 2014
How to talk to a cop's kid about drugs Keith Graves - The Drug Warrior

How to talk to a cop's kid about drugs

Keeping your kids away from drugs is a tough road, but it’s important to talk to them about drugs before someone else does - Full Story
July 25, 2014
Why training police merely to qualify isn’t enough Vance "Fox" Rosen - Fox on Point

Why training police merely to qualify isn’t enough

Our training should be designed to simulate — as closely as possible — real-life encounters - Full Story
July 25, 2014
How to revamp your training unit Vance "Fox" Rosen - Fox on Point

How to revamp your training unit

When I took command of my agency’s training unit in 2009, we were doing great work in the cognitive... - Full Story



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