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January 24, 2012
Software by DesignPD automates FTO paperwork Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

Software by DesignPD automates FTO paperwork

Field Training Tracker is a web-based application that duplicates all of the paper forms involved in a properly-run field training and evaluation program (FTEP) - Full Story
January 20, 2012
What we do isn’t a game Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. - Passion for the Job

What we do isn’t a game

When a police officer is thrust into the fight of his or her life, the outcome will not decide who gets a Super Bowl ring, but who lives and dies - Full Story
January 19, 2012
SHOT Show 2012: Phoenix RBT Solutions Lindsey J. Bertomen - Police Products

SHOT Show 2012: Phoenix RBT Solutions

I’m on the floor at SHOT Show 2012 reporting that some things just manage to capture the attention... - Full Story
January 19, 2012
Somewhere, someone is training hard Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Somewhere, someone is training hard

Can you create winners by talking about losing? - Full Story
January 18, 2012
Firearms training: Mind over marksmanship Dan Danaher - Tactical Encounters

Firearms training: Mind over marksmanship

We must study how we are being attacked — including the setting, time of day, distance, cues, and other variables — in order to prepare for real-world encounters - Full Story
January 16, 2012
Firearms training: Will you react as you have trained? Chris Cerino - Firearms Training: Fundamentally Sound

Firearms training: Will you react as you have trained?

Every opportunity you have to properly manipulate your weapon system or your gear is a training opportunity - Full Story
January 16, 2012
Continuing to grow: Attending the IALEFI Master Instructor Development Program Ken Hardesty - Excellence in Training

Continuing to grow: Attending the IALEFI Master Instructor Development Program

One of the crown jewels of the IALEFI program is each that of the instructors addressed current financial challenges facing those of us in the training industry - Full Story
January 13, 2012
How to create a real position of advantage in close-quarter assaults Mark Schraer - Moving Beyond Qualification

How to create a real position of advantage in close-quarter assaults

To reduce the number of successful close-quarter assaults against officers we must adopt tactics that make sudden attacks more difficult and more obvious - Full Story
January 12, 2012
Firearms training: Quiet on the line Brian Dickey - Training the 21st Century Officer

Firearms training: Quiet on the line

Running a quiet range takes a lot of work but results speak for themselves - Full Story
January 11, 2012
Use of force: Defining 'reasonable' versus 'necessary' Ed Flosi - Taking Training to the Next Level

Use of force: Defining 'reasonable' versus 'necessary'

For police use-of-force incidents, the definitions of words like ‘reasonable’ and ‘necessary’ are often discussed but sometimes also misused or misunderstood - Full Story



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