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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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Learning from my poorest piece of police work

Learning from my poorest piece of police work

We got a call of an alarm at a discount store in a small strip mall. During the 20 minutes or so that it took for the manager to show up, my partner and I swapped war stories while parked out in front of the building. - Full Story


Learning from my poorest police work Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. - Passion for the Job

Learning from my poorest police work

The error I shared with my partner that night was one of mindset — as soon as we got the call, I labeled the event as a false alarm - Full Story


Terrorism at home Secure - Login Required

Law Enforcement Expert Betsy Brantner Smith discusses what local law enforcement can do to help prevent terrorism at home.


Gunfight at the Sikh temple: Lessons learned Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Gunfight at the Sikh temple: Lessons learned

What we can learn from the heroism and difficulties officers experienced at Oak Creek - Full Story


"I've been shot in the head:" A rookie cop's survival

McCormick threw his squad into reverse and ducked, flying backward through the narrow alleyway as the man fired. On the third or fourth round, McCormick felt a sting above his right eye. It didn’t feel the way he had expected a bullet to feel. - Full Story


Complex child abuse investigations

Matt Stiehm talks with PoliceOne Editor In Chief Doug Wyllie about the infamous Jerry Sandusky case and discusses difficulties associated with complex child abuse investigations.


Legendary police trainer to be remembered at memorial

Legendary police trainer to be remembered at memorial

Robert K. Koga, founder of the Koga method, died at his home September 8 - Full Story


P1 Roll Call: Navy Yard investigation, Suspect jumps from cruiser

For the week of September 20, Dave Smith analyzes the mass shooting that occurred this week at the Navy Yard in Washington and the ongoing investigation into the way it was handled, as well as an LODD update as we start the last quarter of the year, and a heartwarming story of a boy's small but truly meaningful effort to help his local department.


K9 Training: K-9 protects 5-year-old from bad guys

The daughter of a dog training expert, her dad provided her with her very own German Shepherd bodyguard to keep "bad guys" at bay.


How gender-based training can make us all better cops Betsy Brantner Smith - Survival Insights

How gender-based training can make us all better cops

Police trainers have the responsibility to be open-minded and informed so that they can give all of their students — male and female — the best possible training experience - Full Story

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