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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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January 24, 2011

Jeff Hall: Back to the Basics: Firearms Handling and Positions

Dave Smith sits down with Jeff Hall from the NRA to talk about the basic principles and techniques needed when it comes to handling firearms. Jeff explains that before anything else, officers need to be learning the fundamentals of having a balanced stance and understanding basic body positions.
January 10, 2011

Kevin Dillon: Armbar - Redistribution of Mass Secure - Login Required

Kevin Dillon of L.O.C.K.U.P. Training demonstrates how to fine tune your defensive techniques. The armbar is a very effective move but is often performed incorrectly. He focuses on the armbar technique and gives tips on what to focus on in order to stay in control of the subject.
Kevin Dillon: Armbar - Redistribution of Mass
January 10, 2011

Ryan Spurling: Reaction and Response to TASER Hit

Dave Smith talks to Cpl. Ryan Spurling of the Washington State Patrol about the different responses people can have to TASER hits. In performing different exercises to determine a subject's ability to shoot a gun while being tased, the Washington State Patrol found that under certain conditions, the subject may still be able to use deadly force on an officer.
January 10, 2011

Blaine Gunkel: Training on a Budget

Dave Smith talks with Lt. Blaine Gunkel of the Washington State Patrol, to discuss training on a budget. Blaine gives specific ideas on how to deliver high-quality, effective training with limited resources.
January 03, 2011

Gary Monreal: Active Shooter Live Fire Training Secure - Login Required

Gary Monreal with Team One Network provides techniques for taking active shooter training from a controlled environment out to a live-fire range. Gary demonstrates exercises centered on moving, turning and shooting with a partner, effectively simulating a more realistic environment.
Gary Monreal: Active Shooter Live Fire Training
December 27, 2010

Kevin Dillon: Elbow Combat Tactics Secure - Login Required

Kevin Dillon demonstrates how to perform an elbow set which can be used as a combative exercise. Elbow sets can be helpful during violent physical encounters since they give you the opportunity to apply appropriate striking in close quarter encounters.
Kevin Dillon: Elbow Combat Tactics
December 27, 2010

Michael Janich: Applying Edged Weapons

Betsy Brantner-Smith talks with Michael Janich, Special Project Coordinator at Spyderco. Michael explains how to use the knife as a utility tool but also as a viable weapon when applying defensive tactics. He emphasizes the need for departments to properly train their officers to use edged weapons safely and responsibly.
December 13, 2010

Acie Mitchell: Defending Against a Gun Threat Secure - Login Required

Acie Mitchell demonstrates how to react to a gun threat when you do not have time to draw your gun out. He explains the importance of relaxing and talking to the subject in order to keep them calm and keep the subject from pulling the trigger.
Acie Mitchell: Defending Against a Gun Threat
December 13, 2010

Tim Goergen: Building a Positive Organization

Dave Smith sits down with Street Survival Instructor, Chief Tim Goergen, to discuss effective ways to facilitate organizational change. He explains the importance of coming up with a plan and taking into consideration all parts of the organization that will be affected by a new policy or piece of equipment. If you want to help your agency come up with innovative ways to make positive changes, the first step is to create a plan with a list of action items.



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