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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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P1 First Person: A call to firearms instructors PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: A call to firearms instructors

By Sgt. Mark Schraer (ret.) Fairfield (Calif.) Police DepartmentOn April 5, 1970, four California High... - Full Story

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Relevant and realistic firearms training on a tight budget Mike Rayburn - Combat Gunfighting

Relevant and realistic firearms training on a tight budget

By constantly visualizing, reading, and listening, you can get the most out of your force-on-force training investment when you get there - Full Story

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Steve Rabinovich: Tactical Medicine

Dave Smith sits down with Steve Rabinovich, instructor at ECHO, to discuss the meaning of tactical medicine and how to become trained in it. There are important concepts to understand when it comes to tactical medicine. Cops get hurt more doing their daily assignments than patrol officers. When officers go down, they must be able to address their injuries and prevent themselves from getting critically injured on the job.

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Cooper’s colors: A simple system for situational awareness Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

Cooper’s colors: A simple system for situational awareness

The late Jeff Cooper’s “Color Code” has been embraced and taught by competent instructors fo... - Full Story

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Strengthening your shooting grip

Using a variety of grip strengthening tools available from IronMind, police officers can significantly... - Full Story

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The fatigue threshold: You're out of gas and the suspect is still out of control — 'a cop's worst nightmare' Force Science Institute - Destroying Myths & Discovering Cold Facts

The fatigue threshold: You're out of gas and the suspect is still out of control — 'a cop's worst nightmare'

After nearly 3 decades in law enforcement, Jeffry Johnson still remembers vividly a "hellacious" ph... - Full Story

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Think you're good? You can be even better! Charles Remsberg - 10-8: Life on the Line

Think you're good? You can be even better!

One trainer’s motivating commitment to lifelong skills-building sets a good example for police officers to strive toward - Full Story

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Ron Avery: Shooting Cycle Secure - Login Required

Doug Wyllie sits down with Ron Avery of the Practical Shooting Academy to discuss an article Ron wrote on analyzing elements of the shooting cycle. The shooting cycle is an important process to understand in order to successfully hit a target. Proper training and understanding of the cycle can enable officers to be a lot more effective on the job.
Ron Avery: Shooting Cycle

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A recruit's conundrum: Who's right? Ed Flosi - Taking Training to the Next Level

A recruit's conundrum: Who's right?

When an FTO's lessons and academy instruction are at odds on matters like pat/frisk searchs, the officers involved and the agency iteslf could be culpable - Full Story

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Kyle Clark: Drug Recognition

Dave Smith talks with Kyle Clark, DECP Coordinator at IPTM, about signs to look for when dealing with individuals who are impaired by drugs. Kyle specializes in drug recongnition and discusses which vital signs to look for in order to identify which type of drug they are dealing with.



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