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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
June 01, 2012
Lessons learned from an Ohio SBC incident Chris Cerino - Firearms Training: Fundamentally Sound

Lessons learned from an Ohio SBC incident

Is your 'tactical toolbox' a mess or is it organized with your favorite tool right on top, ready to use? - Full Story
May 31, 2012
P1 First Person: Applying active-shooter training to driving PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: Applying active-shooter training to driving

The roadway is now the hallway — scanning left and right, you call out, "Bicycle left... clear!" and move on - Full Story
May 30, 2012
A pragmatic approach to understanding police leadership John Bennett - Walking the Walk

A pragmatic approach to understanding police leadership

Just because you wear stripes, bars, clusters, or stars, does not make you a leader - Full Story
May 30, 2012
Use of force: Downfalls of the continuum model Ed Flosi - Taking Training to the Next Level

Use of force: Downfalls of the continuum model

Because it's impossible for any continuum model to provide for an entire set of circumstances in each very unique situation, a "force options" model is the optimal policy alternative - Full Story
May 25, 2012
Reminders for safe operation of your patrol boat Tom Burrell - Patrolling the Waterways

Reminders for safe operation of your patrol boat

Sacrificing your safety for the sake of comfort, cutting corners, saving time, or going fast simply because you can will not assist you in performing you duties - Full Story
May 25, 2012
A salute to our park ranger LEOs Pat Novesky - Rural Policing

A salute to our park ranger LEOs

Imagine patrolling a city where the ‘residents’ change on a daily and weekly basis - Full Story
May 24, 2012
Law mandates fitness for police officers Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Law mandates fitness for police officers

Be serious in your physical training — your life depends on it now and your quality of life depends on it later - Full Story
May 21, 2012
Mental toughness and the power to adapt Fred Leland - Staying Oriented

Mental toughness and the power to adapt

"Unhappy the general who comes on the field of battle with a system." — Napoleon Bonaparte - Full Story



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