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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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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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Reality Training: Surviving a high-risk traffic stop

Reality Training: Surviving a high-risk traffic stop

By PoliceOne Staff For the week of September 12, we're reviewing the Roll Call Reality Training segment... - Full Story

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5 keys to policing you won’t learn at the academy

5 keys to policing you won’t learn at the academy

Here are five things that the academy — or continuing education and in-service training — cannot teach us. These are traits we either inherently possess or they’re things we will have to quickly learn on our own. - Full Story

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Considerations for evaluating officer-involved shootings Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

Considerations for evaluating officer-involved shootings

Every use-of-force incident must be examined as a unique event — no two are alike — but we may be able to apply a few general concepts in our ‘after-action’ analysis - Full Story

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Reality Training: Preparing for non-compliance in an instant

Reality Training: Preparing for non-compliance in an instant

For the week of September 5, Dave Smith shows us an old surveillance video of a robbery gone awry, and... - Full Story

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How to adjust risk variables to increase officer safety Paul C. Wood - Dominating Your Operational Environment

How to adjust risk variables to increase officer safety

Risk tolerance on the job is ultimately a personal matter where the most effective cops incorporate risk management practices into daily decision-making - Full Story

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2 keys to great active-killer response training for schools

2 keys to great active-killer response training for schools

There are two key things other police agencies can learn from this award-winning active-killer response training: Be purposeful in building your relationships, and be patient in building your training. - Full Story

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2 keys to building award-winning active-killer response training for schools in your jurisdiction Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

2 keys to building award-winning active-killer response training for schools in your jurisdiction

In St. Charles Parish, the law enforcers and educators leveraged a strong relationship and a mutual desire to protect kids in their classrooms to win the 2014 National School Safety Award - Full Story

Tips

Take your training scenarios back as far as possible

The great adventure of police work is the challenge of doing the right thing at the right moment under... - Full Story



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