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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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Make the most out of training

Remember: Practice doesn’t make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect. - Full Story

News

MMA now part of El Paso police training

Criminals trained in mixed martial arts are a threat to officers - Full Story

Columns

P1 First Person: ATM, Part Two PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: ATM, Part Two

By John Thornburg and Ed FlosiAn officer has encountered or legally contacted subject in the field. For var... - Full Story

Videos

Dick Fairburn - A crisis of leadership: Create great leaders

PoliceOne Editor, Doug Wyllie, sits down with Dick Fairburn to discuss one of the classes that he teaches called "Street Leadership." This course focuses on teaching the same fundamentals that are taught in military leadership courses. Often times police officers are taught how to manage but they also need to understand how to become leaders and make tactical decisions the way that a drill sergeant would.

Columns

A crisis of leadership: How to create great leaders Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

A crisis of leadership: How to create great leaders

A common thread I’ve seen throughout my law enforcement experience is an occasional and costly cr... - Full Story

Videos

The Basics of CSI with Donnie Barker

Dave Smith talks with Donnie Barker, Crime Scene Trainer at IPTM, about the basics of crime scene investigation. Donnie specializes in crime scene processing and technology. He emphasizes the importance of protecting and preserving a crime scene until the experts arrive. The first responders are just as equally as responsible for the evidence as the investigators that arrive to the scene.

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Practicing pivots and turns on the firing range Bill Campbell - Bringing the Street to the Range

Practicing pivots and turns on the firing range

On the range, officers are not going to turn suddenly up-range and engage a live-fire target with a real firearm — this would be considered unsafe — but this possibility does exist on the street - Full Story

Columns

P1 First Person: Ask, tell, make PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: Ask, tell, make

By John Thornburg and Ed FlosiOfficer Davis is dispatched to a report of a suspicious person in a convenien... - Full Story

Columns

Dealing with a coordinated, multiple-location terrorist attack Jeremy Stafford - The Tactical Approach

Dealing with a coordinated, multiple-location terrorist attack

Multiple Attack Counter Terror Action Capabilities — or MACTAC — is a blend of USMC fire-team tactics and current Police active shooter tactics - Full Story



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with Lt. Kevin Dillon (ret.)