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.
PoliceOne Senior Editor, Doug Wyllie, sits down with Tony Ybarra at the 2009 CNOA Conference. Tony is a facilitator for the Narcotic Unit Commander Workshop, which is for newly promoted or newly assigned Narcotic Unit Commanders. He trains officers to make sound decisions, while maintaining the integrity of their units.
PoliceOne Senior Editor, Doug Wyllie, sits down with retired LA police officer, Tony Alvarez, at the 2009 CNOA Conference. As an instructor with the CNOA, Tony says his main focus is to make sure officers return home safe to their families. He also focuses on helping officers realize that they have one of the best jobs in the world.
PoliceOne Senior Editor, Doug Wyllie, sits down with Craig Hammer at the 2009 CNOA Conference in San Francisco. Craig is a Special Agent Supervisor for the California Department of Justice. He explains the newer trends that narcotics officers are noticing in the industry along with the dangers they are finding among drug labs and how to approach those situations.
In this PoliceOneTV Original, Betsy Brantner-Smith speaks with Philip Hemphill at IALEFI 2009. He was this year's keynote speaker and has been in the highway patrol for 29 years. Phil discusses what it takes to become a championship shooter, including desire, dedication and proper training.
Vary your routine. Have one in the group maintain the role of the sentry. PoliceOne Member and renowned instructor John Farnam says, "Willingness is a state of mind. Readiness is a statement of fact." - Full Story
Betsy Brantner-Smith speaks with Beverly Price at IALEFI 2009. Beverly is a police officer and an officer trainer and says that her success is due to the mentors that she has had in her life. She considers herself a mentor today and helps other officers to succeed on the job.