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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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April 27, 2009

Perspectives: Jerry Elliott - Police vs. Correctional Hostage Negotiations

Correctional Trainer Jerry Elliot and PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith discuss the differences between the law enforcement approach and the corrections approach to hostage negotiations or barricaded suspects.

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April 21, 2009

Dr. Michael Eby: Realistic Nutrition for Shiftworkers

Sgt. Betsy Smith talks to Dr. Eby about how simple changes in diet and the use of supplements can prevent future health problems and improve stamina on the job.
April 21, 2009

Perspectives: Jay Sandstrom - Dealing with EDPs

PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith talks with Jay Sandstrom, Wisconsin DOC/DHFS - Ret., about some unique strategies in dealing with Emotionally Disturbed Persons. He emphasizes the importance of taking proactive steps and establishing trust.
April 21, 2009

Dr. Sydney Vail: Personal Emergency Medical Pack

You never know when a medical emergency will take place while on duty. Dr. Sydney Vail meets with Sgt. Betsy Smith to discuss how carrying a simple medical pack consisting of Quick Clot, gauze, a tournaquette, saline, and band-aids can dramatically effect the outcome of your emergency.



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