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September 28, 2015
4 tips to improve police use of TASERs Capt. Greg Meyer (ret.) - Less Lethal Issues in Law Enforcement

4 tips to improve police use of TASERs

By taking all available time to assemble a number of officers in non-emergency cases, understanding why TASERs “fail,” reconsidering the use of the drive-stun, and knowing when immediate action is the best course of action, we can improve our use of nonlethal weapons - Full Story
September 25, 2015
Rapid Response: Why aren't cops convicted in most shooting cases? Because they shouldn’t be Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

Rapid Response: Why aren't cops convicted in most shooting cases? Because they shouldn’t be

We must keep educating the public about what happens in a rapidly unfolding, high-stress, potentially life-threatening deadly force encounter, as well as whatever legal proceedings follow such an event - Full Story
September 18, 2015
Rapid Response: Chief's 'early retirement' offers reminders about cops and free speech Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

Rapid Response: Chief's 'early retirement' offers reminders about cops and free speech

The courts have held that off-duty conduct will not be protected if the agency can prove a nexus between the offending conduct and the officer’s employment - Full Story
September 18, 2015
What Sympathetic Nervous System arousal means for officer safety Mike Wood - Tactical Analysis

What Sympathetic Nervous System arousal means for officer safety

Corrupted sensory data, slowed cognition, and automatic, uncontrollable physical reactions that characterize SNS arousal have big implications for those involved in law enforcement or self-defense training - Full Story
September 14, 2015
Applying the law of ‘economy of effort’ to firearms training Ron Avery - The PoliceOne Firearms Corner

Applying the law of ‘economy of effort’ to firearms training

The saying “smooth is fast” has its place — but it must be expanded upon in far greater detail if you wish to attain the highest levels of performance - Full Story
September 10, 2015
3 underlying benefits SWAT cops get from SWAT training Dan Danaher - Tactical Encounters

3 underlying benefits SWAT cops get from SWAT training

SWAT officers realize that their experience on a SWAT team makes them a better overall police officer - Full Story
September 10, 2015
How an effective SWAT firearms instructor tailors training Paul Gregory - The Firearms Instructor

How an effective SWAT firearms instructor tailors training

Certain training tenets tend to work very well for training academy cadets — or even seasoned patrol officers — but they don’t necessarily work quite as well when training SWAT officers - Full Story
September 10, 2015
Police History: How SWAT got its start Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Police History: How SWAT got its start

SWAT has no mother and no born-on date, but Daryl Gates has rightly been given the sobriquet “The Father of SWAT” for his forward-thinking about problem solving and saving lives in high-risk incidents - Full Story
September 08, 2015
Dear Mr. Glock... Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

Dear Mr. Glock...

For many “small statured” officers, shooting performance can be marginal and a smaller grip frame would be a Godsend - Full Story
September 02, 2015
Why patrol must train to SWAT-level threat recognition Sgt. Glenn French - SWAT Operator

Why patrol must train to SWAT-level threat recognition

Cops face the threat of anti-cop factions who not only encourage hate and bias against police, but encourage violent attacks against officers — recognizing which is which is critical in today’s age - Full Story



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