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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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Applying sound tactical principles to 'routine' situations

Applying sound tactical principles to 'routine' situations

Officer Ian Cooley of the San Jose Police Department says it’s better to be a ‘problem finder’ prior to any potential incident, as opposed to a reaction-based ‘problem solver’ after something jumps off. - Full Story

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7 reasons women struggle with firearms training (and how to overcome them) Loraine Burger - Perspectives on Policing

7 reasons women struggle with firearms training (and how to overcome them)

There are good reasons why women and men should be trained differently in firearms - Full Story

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Evolution of criminal activities in gangs

Assistant Chief Calvin Shivers of the FBI's violent criminal threat section discusses criminal activity in gangs.

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CCDAE: Applying sound tactical principles to 'routine' situations Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

CCDAE: Applying sound tactical principles to 'routine' situations

Officer Ian Cooley of the San Jose Police Department says it’s better to be a ‘problem finder’ prior to any potential incident, as opposed to a reaction-based ‘problem solver’ after something jumps off - Full Story

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Reality Training: Why you should keep your eyes on a cuffed suspect

Reality Training: Why you should keep your eyes on a cuffed suspect

For the week of April 25, Dave Smith takes a look back at an older video that still holds a valuable... - Full Story

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Reality Training: Why you should keep your eyes on a cuffed suspect

For the week of April 25, Dave Smith takes a look back at an older video that still holds a valuable lesson: always be ready for anything, always remember that handcuffs are a temporary method of restraint, and keep a close eye on a suspect, even after they've been placed in cuffs.

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Truly test your officers with reality-based training David Blake - The Science of Training

Truly test your officers with reality-based training

RBT is an extremely well planned method of putting officers in the most realistic situations with the most realistic equipment while using some basic psychological methods to ensure the training “sticks” - Full Story

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Surviving and thriving behind the badge

Law Enforcement Expert Dave Smith talks with Dr. Olivia Johnson, Founder/President, Blue Wall of Silence about how officers can not only survive, but thrive behind the badge.

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Use of force in schools by non-sworn personnel

Doug Wyllie, Police One Editor in Chief discusses the Use of force in schools by non-sworn personnel with Matt Stiehm.

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Reality Training: When your partner becomes a hostage

For the week of April 11, Dave Smith shows us one of the most remarkable gun grabs ever caught on camera, and an exemplary case that shows what to do in a situation when your partner has been taken hostage.



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