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.
The Law Enforcement Torch Run State Director for Wisconsin, Dep. Ray Merlin, shares some of his favorite aspects of this Special Olympics event with PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith. Merlin and Smith discuss some of their favorite memories from being involved in this inspirational, emotional event.
PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith interviews Sgt. Mike Schmitz of the Milwaukee Police Department regarding the issues to consider when conducting a background check. Schmitz brings up issues of rights and responsibilities, and what you can do to prepare yourself for conducting the investigation.
Sgt. Chris Jaekl of the New Berlin PD teaches PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith some preshift training drills that you can complete in less than 5 minutes to ensure that you are mentally and physically prepared to win the gunfight out on the street.
Kelly Koeppling of the Special Olympics Organization discusses the ways that law enforcement officers from around the world support the Special Olympics, particularly through the Torch Run. More than 85,000 officers take part in this unifying, rewarding event.
PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith and Gary Monreal of the New Berlin PD run through a scrimmage-type drill to help you prepare for one of the most important and dangerous situations you might face: an active shooter. Go beyond range training and learn to control your weapon in a realistic scenario with the same dynamics you may face in a risky call.
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Jake Drahonovsky of the Waukesha Sheriff's Department illustrates how simple objects can be dangerous in the hands of the wrong person. Hear his incredible story of being assaulted and stabbed by an inmate armed with a pencil.