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May 06, 2014
8 things for leaders to consider when scouting for SWAT members Dan Danaher - Tactical Encounters

8 things for leaders to consider when scouting for SWAT members

SWAT is a specialized unit and those selected to be members of that unit should be special people who possess extraordinary skills and abilities - Full Story
May 06, 2014
9 ways to increase your chances of making SWAT Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

9 ways to increase your chances of making SWAT

In most tactical responses, 10 people working as a team can accomplish more than 20 working as individuals - Full Story
April 30, 2014
7 reasons women struggle with firearms training (and how to overcome them) Loraine Burger - Perspectives on Policing

7 reasons women struggle with firearms training (and how to overcome them)

There are good reasons why women and men should be trained differently in firearms - Full Story
April 28, 2014
CCDAE: Applying sound tactical principles to 'routine' situations Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

CCDAE: Applying sound tactical principles to 'routine' situations

Officer Ian Cooley of the San Jose Police Department says it’s better to be a ‘problem finder’ prior to any potential incident, as opposed to a reaction-based ‘problem solver’ after something jumps off - Full Story
April 25, 2014
Truly test your officers with reality-based training David Blake - The Science of Training

Truly test your officers with reality-based training

RBT is an extremely well planned method of putting officers in the most realistic situations with the most realistic equipment while using some basic psychological methods to ensure the training “sticks” - Full Story
April 10, 2014
How a focus on ethics can elevate the police profession Marty Katz - Past the Uniform

How a focus on ethics can elevate the police profession

Reinforcing — and reestablishing — trust among those we serve and protect can be achieved by establishing and adhering to higher ethical standards for our officers, leaders, and civilian employees - Full Story
April 10, 2014
What a state trooper's demotion can teach you about ethics standards Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

What a state trooper's demotion can teach you about ethics standards

Some may label this an overreaction, but it’s the wave of the future - Full Story
April 09, 2014
3 ways to bring use-of-force training to small police departments Matt Stiehm - Campus Safety

3 ways to bring use-of-force training to small police departments

How do small- and medium-sized departments — which are already stretched thin — keep training up on such a dynamic concept as legal use of force? - Full Story
April 09, 2014
This use-of-force model can beat attorneys and win juries Loraine Burger - Perspectives on Policing

This use-of-force model can beat attorneys and win juries

Too little force may result in the injury or death of an officer, and too much force may take you off the street and even behind bars - Full Story



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