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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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A year after Dorner: Training to win against a dangerous adversary

A year after Dorner: Training to win against a dangerous adversary

I believe that we can use the Dorner incident as the launching pad for a new (and higher) level of commitment to police officer training. It has been my observation — and I'm not alone in this — that this opportunity has not yet been seized. - Full Story

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A year after Dorner: Are you committed to training? Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

A year after Dorner: Are you committed to training?

The Dorner incident has not yet changed law enforcement training, tactics, mindset, and methods to the extent that I believe it could (or should!) and it’s on us — you and me — to make that change happen - Full Story

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Collaboration between agencies in child abuse investigations

Matt Stiehm of Stiehm Solutions Consulting gives advice on how to enhance collaboration between multiple agencies during a complicated child abuse investigation.

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Professional learning communities

PoliceOne’s Doug Wyllie discusses with Joel F Shults Chief of Police, Adams State College, CO, the concept of making agencies professional learning communities through expanding the concept of after action reports and applying them to more routine daily occurrences.

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The deadly dangers of 'detraining' Dave Smith - The Winning Mind

The deadly dangers of 'detraining'

The negative trainers — such as routine or foolish peers — are relentless in their training and it can only be countered by good training and coaching - Full Story

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One Year After Dorner: Bad guys with good training

One Year After Dorner: Bad guys with good training

Today's law enforcement professionals are finding themselves engaging adversaries with a higher degree of training than ever before. - Full Story

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Are you a great backup? Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Are you a great backup?

Nothing will bleed to death on a desk at the station if you abandon it temporarily to pull an officer’s bacon out of the fire - Full Story

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One year after Dorner: A hard pill to swallow Ken Hardesty - Excellence in Training

One year after Dorner: A hard pill to swallow

Today’s law enforcement professionals are finding themselves engaging adversaries with a higher degree of training than ever before - Full Story

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What have we learned from the Dorner incident?

What have we learned from the Dorner incident?

What are police agencies, trainers, and individual officers doing differently one year after Dorner? - Full Story



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