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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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How to ensure your arrest and control training is effective Lt. Kevin Dillon (ret.) - Developing Better Training

How to ensure your arrest and control training is effective

A physical engagement of officers attempting to control a large suspect — and the subsequent grand jury decision — have people marching in the streets and agencies looking at their arrest and control training - Full Story

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How police can educate the public about dangers of 'toy' guns Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

How police can educate the public about dangers of 'toy' guns

It’s Parenting 101, but many individuals are not educating their kids about the peril they put themselves in when wandering about town with replica firearms - Full Story

News

US unveils federal law enforcement profiling ban

Policy, which expands guidelines established under the Bush administration, will require new training and data collection - Full Story

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Why firearms instructors should avoid no-win scenarios Mike Wood - Tactical Analysis

Why firearms instructors should avoid no-win scenarios

You don’t have to serve milk and cookies, sing “Kumbaya” and lead group cheers, but your training environment needs to be positive - Full Story

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Ore. K-9 fired for poor performance

The dog was dismissed from the force before seeing any action - Full Story

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9 good and bad crowd control lessons from Ferguson's riots Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

9 good and bad crowd control lessons from Ferguson's riots

Riots are inherently unpredictable, so it should be no surprise that there were some things that went well, and others that didn’t go quite as well - Full Story

Videos

The Evolution of Law Enforcement

Doug Wylie talks with Coach Bob Lindsey of Verbal Defense and Influence about changes in law enforcement over the past five decades. They discuss that even with the overwhelming technological changes that have occurred; the core values remain the same.

Columns

How to incorporate combat breathing in police pursuits Charles Humes - Critical Combative Concepts

How to incorporate combat breathing in police pursuits

As Bruce Lee said, we need to “learn it until you forget it,” so that under the conditions we need it the most, you will perform it to your advantage without even thinking about it - Full Story

News

Family of NYC man killed by rookie cop seeks answers

Family of NYC man killed by rookie cop seeks answers

Police have described a rookie officer's shooting of Akai Gurley in a Brooklyn staircase as an apparent accident - Full Story

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Rethinking the ‘fire’ command in firearms training

Rethinking the ‘fire’ command in firearms training

“Square range” shooting is an essential part of a firearms training program — there are some skills that can only be trained on the range — but there are some skills that are better trained somewhere else. - Full Story



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