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June 26, 2012
Firearms Q&A: Jimmie McCoy of Meggitt Training Systems Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

Firearms Q&A: Jimmie McCoy of Meggitt Training Systems

Back in May, I connected with three of my top firearms writers — Dick Fairburn, Lindsey Bertomen,... - Full Story
June 25, 2012
Rodney King: A cop's perspective Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Rodney King: A cop's perspective

“Rodney King, the man who was at the center of the Los Angeles police brutality case that later... - Full Story
June 22, 2012
Strip search ruling: Court verdict explained Joanne Eldridge - The Justice Report

Strip search ruling: Court verdict explained

In addition to detecting contraband, close visual inspections of detainees before their admission permit the identification of any communicable diseases as well as gang affiliations - Full Story
June 19, 2012
Online training course helps Chicago police learn Spanish the Office of Justice Programs' National Institute of Justice (NIJ) - TechBeat

Online training course helps Chicago police learn Spanish

National Institute of Justice (NIJ) interactive training course is helping Chicago police officers learn Spanish and apply it on the job - Full Story
June 13, 2012
Tactical response to barricaded gunman and hostage situations Sgt. Glenn French - SWAT Operator

Tactical response to barricaded gunman and hostage situations

Maintaining your situational awareness will provide good judgment, clear analysis, and proper decisions as you face the tactical challenges of hostage incidents and barricaded gunmen - Full Story
June 13, 2012
Attending the IALEFI Master Instructor Development Course Duane Wolfe - The Warrior's Path

Attending the IALEFI Master Instructor Development Course

The class provided all those who attended an opportunity to learn new ideas and tactics, test their abilities against their fellow instructors, and to bring home new skills to enhance the training of the officers they teach - Full Story
June 11, 2012
What's the difference between 'offensive' and 'defensive' shooting? Ron Avery - The PoliceOne Firearms Corner

What's the difference between 'offensive' and 'defensive' shooting?

When trained thoroughly, mentally, physically, and visually in true reactive shooting, there is no difference between 'offensive' and 'defensive' shooting - Full Story
June 06, 2012
3 training villains: How to avoid being one Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

3 training villains: How to avoid being one

Bear with me. I am about to tell you a true story about the moment in my life when I decided to become... - Full Story
June 04, 2012
Train your brain to win the fight Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

Train your brain to win the fight

Coach your students — and yourself, since we are all self-taught to a large degree — using positive techniques under stressful conditions as much as possible - Full Story
June 01, 2012
Reactionary gap: A new look at an old concept Ross Torquato - Control Concepts for Law Enforcement

Reactionary gap: A new look at an old concept

Could arms-length positioning be safer than the traditionally-accepted six-to eight-foot reactionary gap that’s been used in police training for decades? - Full Story



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