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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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Dan Marcou: Take Down Tactics for the Smaller Officer Secure - Login Required

Betsy Brantner-Smith talks with Lt. Dan Marcou about some tactics for smaller statured officers. He demontrates some common techniques that smaller officers could use to take down a larger individual. The best way to learn these tactics is to practice again and again in order to effectively apply these techniques on the street.
Dan Marcou: Take Down Tactics for the Smaller Officer

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Tactics and the 'OODA Loop' Duane Wolfe - The Warrior's Path

Tactics and the 'OODA Loop'

A while back, Andy Casavant wrote an article entitled, “Tactical Planning for Every Officer.” Th... - Full Story

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P1 First Person: What are we waiting for? PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: What are we waiting for?

By Detective Robert Tirollo Criminal Investigations Division Lee County Sheriff's OfficeIt seems that every week more tragic news hits us like a ton of bricks,... - Full Story

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Stephen Gower at ILEETA: Celebrating roadkill and butterflies Charles Remsberg - 10-8: Life on the Line

Stephen Gower at ILEETA: Celebrating roadkill and butterflies

Looking a the five As, four tips, five rooms, and one word game that can help you to boost your survival training savvy - Full Story

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Chief Tim Goergen: Building a Police Organization with a Mentoring Approach

Dave Smith talks with Police Chief Tim Goergen about the tough task of replacing a police Chief in the instance that something may happen to the Chief or the Chief may retire. He discusses how to come up with a transition plan and the best way to mentor and train the incoming Chief. It is essential to look at this with a mentoring mentality in order to continue to build a strong organization.

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The warrior and the merchant: Define who you are Ron Avery - The PoliceOne Firearms Corner

The warrior and the merchant: Define who you are

Warrior! The word has caught on in everyday speech and has been applied to sports figures, articles of clot... - Full Story

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What terrorist watch list? Chris Ghannam - Warriors on the Streets

What terrorist watch list?

Stop apologizing for profiling and start educating our nation - Full Story

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Cops and kids: 3 keys to dealing with Betsy Brantner Smith - Survival Insights

Cops and kids: 3 keys to dealing with "out of control" children

Many parents just don’t know how to deal with an unruly or uncooperative child — all too often, that responsibility falls to police - Full Story

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NJ cops get new training in vehicle versus pedestrian accidents

Lucas K. Murray Gloucester County TimesCLEMENTON, N.J. — "Skippy" never had a chance.... - Full Story

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Body Language: Detecting Deceit Secure - Login Required

Law enforcement expert Jim Glennon explains how to pick up signs when communicating with people. The key is to read the signs in order to determine whether a suspect is lying, telling the truth, or hiding something. Jim takes a look at a few different scenarios and points out the key indicators to look for in order to stay alert and safe on the job.
Body Language: Detecting Deceit



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