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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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NYC officer convicted of lying in YouTube clash

Patrick Pogan said he was 'trying to protect himself' and never meant to misrepresent what happened - Full Story

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NY man fatally shot in second shootout with police

A sheriff's sergeant was wounded but his injuries are not life-threatening - Full Story

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W.Va. officer 'almost died' in beating at police academy

W.Va. officer 'almost died' in beating at police academy

Officer Christopher Winkler suffered a blood clot after being beaten by two police trainers with a baton - Full Story

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Officer 'never intended to lie' in NYC cyclist case

Pogan: "There was definitely a force coming at me that I had to stop" - Full Story

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Md. officials probe missing use-of-force video

The video shows three officers in riot gear beating a student - Full Story

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Training for what happens after use of force

Use of force training has come a long way over the past couple of decades but most programs fail to adequately emphasize proper post-incident, response-to-resistance documentation - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only

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Activist now saying he taunted NYC cop

The man who was pushed by a New York officer allegedly said, "Assault me!" - Full Story

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Gould & Goodrich's fresh take on the speed holster

Gould & Goodrich's fresh take on the speed holster

New triple retention holster changing way officers draw - Full Story

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Incidents caught on camera increase department scrutiny of officers

Incidents caught on camera increase department scrutiny of officers

Some say cameras are exposing behavior that police have gotten away with for years. But others say the videos turn officers into villains for simply doing their jobs, making them targets of discipline from bosses under pressure. - Full Story



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