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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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Accuracy under pressure: Controlling the mind in a gunfight Ron Avery - The PoliceOne Firearms Corner

Accuracy under pressure: Controlling the mind in a gunfight

One of the more difficult concepts to keep in tune for the serious practitioner is maintaining a high level of precision under pressure and in dynamic situations - Full Story

Columns

Dealing with dogs on SWAT operations: 10 tactical options Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Dealing with dogs on SWAT operations: 10 tactical options

No matter how you feel about dogs, do not put your life — or the lives of your team — in jeopardy because of an aggressive dog - Full Story

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NM school district's new active shooter training goes beyond lockdown

2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary has forced school safety experts to rethink their approach - Full Story

Tips

Video: Bringing malfunction drills into the matroom

In this video tactical tip, Tony Lambraia of Phoenix RBT Solutions and UTM — alongside demonstration... - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only

Videos

Handgun Malfunction Drills

Tony Lambraia shows off a very necessary stress drill for learning and training for handgun malfunctions.

News

St. Louis police union shows politicians the stress of the job

Union invited about 60 people, including all of St. Louis' aldermen, civil service commission members, local state representatives and senators to the event - Full Story

Columns

If you can’t be a professional, leave the profession Mike Wood - Tactical Analysis

If you can’t be a professional, leave the profession

This is about more than your pride — it’s about your safety and the safety of the officers and public who depend on you to watch their back - Full Story

Columns

Cops’ Survival: Can 10 feet make the difference? Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

Cops’ Survival: Can 10 feet make the difference?

When you’re fighting at bad-breath distance, simply pointing and pulling the trigger stands a fair chance of success, but when you get out to seven yards or further, marksmanship training begins to pay off - Full Story

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Keeping motor cops safe with a break-in program David Kinaan - From the Motor Officer's Saddle

Keeping motor cops safe with a break-in program

Prior to deploying motorcycles, a department should seek out a training school that provides thorough and challenging training — look for schools that include a field break-in period or that could help you set up a motorcycle break-in program - Full Story

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Reality Training: Reacting to unpredictable suspects

Reality Training: Reacting to unpredictable suspects

By PoliceOne Staff For the week of September 19, Dave Smith debuts a bizarre video of an even more bizarre... - Full Story



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