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The Police Trainers topic helps trainers keep up with the latest training methods and ideas being tried across the country, and is an invaluable resource for any officer who wants to add the word “trainer” to the resume. For the police trainer, passing along the knowledge gained over a long and successful career is often the only thing “better” than being a cop on the street.
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8 ways cops can better defend against ambush attacks

8 ways cops can better defend against ambush attacks

If you don’t prepare yourself for the possibility of coming under attack in an ambush situation, other cops may have to risk their lives trying to save you. - Full Story

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8 ways cops can better defend against ambush attacks Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

8 ways cops can better defend against ambush attacks

If you don’t prepare yourself for the possibility of coming under attack in an ambush situation, other cops may have to risk their lives trying to save you - Full Story

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How the Norco bank robbery gave rise to patrol rifle programs Mike Wood - Tactical Analysis

How the Norco bank robbery gave rise to patrol rifle programs

A good place to mark the beginning of the modern patrol rifle concept — in which a rifle is a normal part of the everyday kit — is the Norco bank robbery - Full Story

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Why cops need to watch more than the hands Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. - Passion for the Job

Why cops need to watch more than the hands

If we truly fixate on the hands, are we giving up focus on other body and behavior cues that might give us earlier warning of non-compliance? - Full Story

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Smart policing? Why NYPD’s 'closed eyes' tactic is anything but Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

Smart policing? Why NYPD’s 'closed eyes' tactic is anything but

Suggesting that officers should put themselves in danger by literally taking their eyes off what they’re doing is ludicrous at best and possibly criminally negligent at worst - Full Story

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Smart policing? Why NYPD’s ‘closed eyes’ tactic is anything but

Smart policing? Why NYPD’s ‘closed eyes’ tactic is anything but

Suggesting that officers should put themselves in danger by literally taking their eyes off what they’re doing is ludicrous at best and possibly criminally negligent at worst. - Full Story

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4 keys to surviving a shooting and preventing 'Fergusonitis'

4 keys to surviving a shooting and preventing 'Fergusonitis'

There is a concern in the police community that the Ferguson case may cause officers to hesitate in the application of deadly force. - Full Story

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4 keys to surviving a shooting and preventing 'Fergusonitis' Duane Wolfe - The Warrior's Path

4 keys to surviving a shooting and preventing 'Fergusonitis'

If you fear a lawsuit more than death, you have a poor understanding of lawsuits — and death - Full Story

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Video: Training your mind and body for 'Plan B'

In this video tip, Tony Lambraia of Phoenix RBT Solutions and UTM discusses and demonstrates how you... - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only

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Training your mind and body for 'Plan B' Secure - Login Required

In this video tip, Tony Lambraia of Phoenix RBT Solutions and UTM discusses and demonstrates how you can help prepare your officers for the very likely eventuality that the first technique they use to control a subject may not work precisely as planned or practiced. Tony emphasizes that during training, officers should work on transitioning to ‘Plan B’ and even plans C, D, and E.

Training your mind and body for 'Plan B'



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