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Police K-9 and SWAT Team Takedown–
A Phoenix police K-9 and SWAT team capture a man who claimed he had a pipe bomb and engaged them in an hour-long standoff during rush hour. Needless to say, Dog: 1 - Suspect: 0.
K-9 SWAT Training–
K-9 SWAT Training
SWAT door-kick fail–
As his fellow officers are quick to point out, not all doors need to be kicked down.
Lock Bumping 101 - Bump Keys–
This video will show you the techniques used to bump a lock.
How Lock Bumping Works–
The first thing you'll need to open a specific lock is the bump key. Understand that not just any bump key will do. A bump key must be made for that specific model and brand of lock. It is not a master key that will open any lock, but rather a key that fits in the lock but will not open it under normal conditions.
Active-shooter training: Priorities of life–
While marine patrol is similar as normal patrol, the element of water can create new challenges. See how Seattle has overcome these obstacles.
TerraHawk at IACP 2010–
The top priorities of the TerraHawk M.U.S.T. are mobile response and rapid deployment. When you pull up, you put the vehicle in park, press one button, and in less than a minute the vehicle is level and stabilized.
Combat casualty care for LEOs–
Because the servicemen and women who came under fire at the Soldier Readiness Center at Fort Hood had been recently trained in self-care and buddy-care, the death toll was considerably lower than it could have otherwise been. In this video, SGM Kyle Lamb (ret.) speaks with PoliceOne Senior Editor about the value of having a practical combat casualty care kit while on patrol.
New era, new rules–
Times are changing in law enforcement, according to P1 Columnist Gary Klugiewicz. As a new era is ushered in, cops must stop reacting and start responding. Proper response requires that you remain alert, be decisive and have a preplanned practice and response. If you don’t, you’re likely to get popped. Click the video below for three ways you can be prepared.
Cops vs. Ninja–
This aggressive man, dressed like a ninja, put up a long fight with the cops. "I’m going to get you motherf*ckers," he yelled after he was finally arrested. "You can’t stop me."
Don Alwes: Multiple Active Shooters–
Dave Smith sits down with Don Alwes from the National Tactical Officers Association. Active shooter issues are always a hot topic among law enforcement. Don discusses the transition he has seen over the years with the way officers respond to these situations. Officers do not always have time to wait for a SWAT team or other officers to arrive on the scene and need to undersand how to properly contain these situations on their own.
Knock, knock. Anybody home?–
Intelligence suggested that a security bar was being used to bolt this door’s lock to the floor. Breaching rounds to the hinges fixed that.
Kyle Lamb: Movement Formation vs. Fighting Formation–
PoliceOne Senior Editor, Doug Wyllie, speaks with Kyle Lamb, founder of Viking Tactics, Inc. Kyle has trained many law enforcement officers to focus on standing in a fighting formation in open shooter instances. By following the fighting formation technique, officers are more likely to stay safe and to also catch the suspect.
SWAT K-9 Less Lethal Options–
Multiple force K-9 deployment: Flashbang, two bean bag rounds, then K-9.
Fox News - Lenco B.E.A.R.–
Check out a news clip from Fox News covering the Lenco B.E.A.R., an armored response and rescue vehicle for law enforcement.
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