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The Use of Force topic provides news, information and training on one the most commonly discussed areas in law enforcement training programs. Shooting skills and defensive tactics are critical to keeping officers alive out of harm's way. We cover all subjects—nothing is taboo in this discussion.
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News

Texas police shoot alleged sex offender

A man who was sought in Georgia on charges of sex crimes against children died Tuesday night - Full Story

Exclusives

Hidden hands are not harmless: Video reinforces sound officer safety tactics

Hidden hands are not harmless: Video reinforces sound officer safety tactics

One of the most dangerous positions a suspect can assume on the ground is prone with his hands tucked under his body - Full Story

News

Video: Dashcam of rough Tenn. arrest used in dismissal motion

Man arrested in Jan. kicked officer in genitals, tried to grab another's firearm - Full Story

News

Man's suit says cops beat him, claims video proves it

A Chicago man says he was attacked by several police officers and has the video footage to prove it - Full Story

Columns

Hidden hands are not harmless: Video reinforces sound officer safety tactics Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

Hidden hands are not harmless: Video reinforces sound officer safety tactics

One of the most dangerous positions a suspect can assume on the ground is prone with his hands tucked under his body, either at chest or waist level - Full Story

Columns

P1 First Person: Officer survival training is not a luxury PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: Officer survival training is not a luxury

By Deputy Sheriff Kevin LeDoux York County (Maine) Sheriff’s OfficeIn the current economy, all police ... - Full Story

In-depth News

Citizens videotaping cops: Officer safety and policy issues explored

Citizens videotaping cops: Officer safety and policy issues explored

Absent some clear violation of law unrelated to the act of videotaping cops' actions, officers are advised to carefully consider the legalities surrounding the decision to arrest, and if an officer determines that there’s a specific and articulatable need to have the video because it contains crucial evidence, the officer would be well advised to first ask the citizen to voluntarily surrender the recorded material.

- Full Story

Columns

Videotaping the police: Officer safety and policy issues explored Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

Videotaping the police: Officer safety and policy issues explored

Absent some clear violation of law unrelated to the act of videotaping cops' actions, officers are advised to carefully consider the legalities surrounding the decision to arrest - Full Story

Columns

Curriculum development for law enforcement: Pedagogy versus Andragogy Ed Flosi - Taking Training to the Next Level

Curriculum development for law enforcement: Pedagogy versus Andragogy

Part One: The theory of multiple intelligences recognizes that not everyone learns information the same way and that training must be provided in several different ways to accommodate the various learning styles - Full Story

Videos

Darrell Ross: Stress and Use of Force

In this video, Dr. Darrell Ross talks to Dave Smith about how stress affects police officers physiologically and how research in this area can lead to improved training programs.



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