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C.O.P.S. at IACP 2008

Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. provides resources to assist in the rebuilding of the lives of surviving families and affected co-workers of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty as determined by Federal criteria. Furthermore, C.O.P.S. provides training to law enforcement agencies on survivor victimization issues and educates the public of the need to support the law enforcement profession and its survivors.

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Will to Win: Beau Lamens

When Beau Lamens got into this pursuit he had no idea it was with a fellow who intended to gun him down in front of City Hall. Fortunately, Deputy Lamens has a "when/then" mindset and the armed confrontation that unfold on his dash cam and in his own words is a spellbinding example of a true Winning Mindset.

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Will to Win: Ileanna Salinas

A hands on struggle with a homicide suspect suddenly became a life and death struggle for Officer Salinas when the suspect suddenly produced a handgun! This PoliceOneTV Will to Win segment is a riveting story of survival that will help you mentally plan for sudden escalations in any confrontation by forcing you to think about how you would have handled this deadly incident.

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Reality Training: Lunsford Incident

The disarming and killing of Constable Lunsford stunned the American law enforcement community. It was one of the first such incidents ever caught on video tape, and PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith explores some of the lessons we can learn from this tragic footage.

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Spike Hopkins: TASER Use in Schools

Is TASER an appropriate less lethal tool for use in our schools?  Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith recently sat down with Master TASER Instructor Commander Spike Hopkins of the Orange County, FL Sheriff’s Department to discuss this sometimes controversial issue.  Commander Hopkins offers insight from a public relations perspective and offers viewers several training and deployment options to consider.

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Reality Training: Kitsap Shooting

A unique shooting in a busy mall is captured on a security camera. PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith discusses the incident and highlights the tactics used by responding officers.

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Will to Win: Henderson P.D. (Part 2)

In May 2007, Officer Joe Yzaguirre of the Henderson Police Department was wounded when he and several officers attempted to free a young woman being threatened by her husband. The firefight and aftermath make for a remarkable example of the intensity and emotion officers face in such critical incidents. This is a gripping story of officers confronting a suspect bent on murder... and what happens when things go suddenly wrong -- with an officer's foot stuck through a door and shots fired! Part 2 brings us the conclusion of this incredible tale.

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Reality Training: Kentucky Mental Patient

PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith takes you step by step through the video of an actual incident where an EDP assaulted an officer with a unique and ambiguous threat that forces all of us to think about how we might have dealt with this strange threat!

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Dr. Laura Bedard: Women in Corrections

Dr. Laura Bedard, one of Florida’s leading correctional authorities, shares her input on the problems and issues that the corrections field is dealing with today. She also discusses the increasing role of women in corrections.

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Reality Training: Kai, K9 Incident

Bannock County Sheriff's Department was faced with a unique and dangerous situation: an armed subject who is not complying and is slowly walking back toward town after pointing a firearm at a deputy. What would you do? They sent in their K-9 and the tragic video of what happened has become a focus of much training and debate. PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith discusses this from both a tactical and emotional standpoint.

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