FULL LIST OF Officer Safety RESULTS
Verbally Applying the 10-, 5-, and 2-foot Rule–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Gary Klugiewicz — alongside PoliceOne Contributor Dave Young — discusses and demonstrates how to utilize verbal techniques as they apply to the proxemics at ten feet, five feet, and two feet.
Reality Training: 4 traffic stop safety tips–
Traffic stops are one of the most common activities in law enforcement, but don't let familiarity cause you to get too comfortable. Dave Smith reviews footage of a stop that quickly erupted in gunfire and provides four key safety tips.
Tier Talk Podcast: Dedicated to law enforcement–
The only show dedicated to law enforcement. Hosted by Anthony Gangi.
Deadly hesitation and the aftermath of UOF encounters–
A series of high-profile police shootings have raised concerns about a possible rise in deadly hesitation among officers. Matt Steihm addresses this issue, and outlines some areas police departments should focus on in order to restore officers' confidence in their ability to use deadly force.
Fatal LAPD shooting of man armed with steel pipe–
Police said the suspect was armed with a 4-to-5-foot long pipe outside a downtown restaurant.
Life at the CHP training academy–
An inside look at the California Highway Patrol training academy.
Proxemics: The 10-, 5-, and 2-foot Assessment–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Dave Young is assisted by PoliceOne Contributor Gary Klugiewicz as Young discusses and demonstrates the concept of proxemics. Young breaks it down into ten feet, five feet, and two feet, and what assessments you should be making at each distance.
The path to police officer wellness–
Mark Sherwood outlines four key areas of focus for strong mental and physical health.
Mich. officer, woman struck by car on snowy highway–
The officer and the woman are still recovering from their injuries.
Reality Training: Deadly force against armed, fleeing subjects–
Dave Smith reviews video of an officer-involved shooting that highlights two important topics: contacts with familiar suspects and the use of deadly force against armed, fleeing subjects.
Improving your verbal response to situations–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Gary Klugiewicz discusses a concept to help improve law enforcement training and performance on the street, explaining his philosophy that we should replace the word “react” with the word “respond” in scenarios and situations.
Reality Training: Spontaneous assault in a parking lot–
A property crime that erupted in gunfire serves as an important reminder that any situation can suddenly escalate into a deadly encounter. Dave Smith reviews the footage to provide key officer safety tips.
Portsmouth Police/EMT video–
An EMS captain asked a sergeant to subdue a combative patient, but the paramedic on scene was unaware of the request.
Application of the shin to the calf–
In this video tactical tip, PoliceOne Contributor Don Gulla — founder of Arrestling Force Options Training — discusses and demonstrates a way to get a prone subject’s hands out from under his torso by applying one office’s shin to the lower calf of the suspect. This hits a pressure point that causes enough pain that the subject will free his or her hands from under the body, allowing a partner officer to gain control of them.
Dash cam captures truck crashing through auto parts store–
Officer Lt. Tim Fulmer was searching for Elton G. Wright's truck because other motorists had called and expressed concern about Wright's driving. Wright, 90, said he thought he was pressing the brake pedal. Instead, it was the gas. No one was injured in the crash.
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