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June 02, 2009

Gary Monreal: Shooting Tactics - Multiple Officers in Close Quarters Secure - Login Required

PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith and Gary Monreal of the New Berlin PD run through a scrimmage-type drill to help you prepare for one of the most important and dangerous situations you might face: an active shooter. Go beyond range training and learn to control your weapon in a realistic scenario with the same dynamics you may face in a risky call. This video is secure for law enforcement only.

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Gary Monreal: Shooting Tactics - Multiple Officers in Close Quarters
June 02, 2009

Jake Drahonovsky: Surviving a Jail Stabbing Assault

Jake Drahonovsky of the Waukesha Sheriff's Department illustrates how simple objects can be dangerous in the hands of the wrong person. Hear his incredible story of being assaulted and stabbed by an inmate armed with a pencil.

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May 22, 2009

Peter Jaskulski: Fire, EMS and Law Enforcement Interface

PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith speaks with Capt. Peter Jaskulski of the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office about how Fire, EMS, and law enforcement can improve working relationships by communicating better and training together.

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May 18, 2009

Perspectives: Gregg Gunta - The Use of Expert Witnesses

Attorney Gregg Gunta talks with PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith regarding the role of expert witnesses in both defending and prosecuting law enforcement.

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May 12, 2009

Perspectives: Sgt. Winfred Finkley - Presumed Compliance

In this P1TV Video, Dave Smith talks with Sgt. Winfred Finkley of the Milwaukee Police Department about the concept of Presumed Compliance. Tony Blauer and Blauer Tactical Systems were on the cutting edge of identifying and exploring this important concept. For more information about Presumed Compliance, check out Blauer’s 2002 article about Presumed Compliance on PoliceOne.com.

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May 12, 2009

Perspectives: Jeff Mehring - Instructor Development

Jeff Mehring, Regional Security Manager for Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, discusses his "Breaking the Mold" theory of developing instructors by encouraging them to utilize their past experiences and backgrounds to approach situations differently.

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May 01, 2009

Perspectives: Jeff Mehring - Responding to Hospital Emergencies

Jeff Mehring offers a perspective on responding to hospital emergencies.
May 01, 2009

Perspectives: Jerry Elliott - The Changing Face of Corrections

Jerry Elliott, Retired Captain of the Wisconsin DOC, talks to PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith about the changes he has seen through his long career in Corrections. He reviews perceived changes in prisoner behavior, training and hiring procedures, and the integration of women and minorities into correctional staffs.

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April 27, 2009

Perspectives: Jay Sandstrom - Training for Correctional Emergencies

Jay Sandstrom (Wisconsin DOC/DHFS - Ret.) discusses positioning a training program as a type of insurance, the need for specialists, and how to stretch your staff's comfort zone.

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