The mission of Below 100 is to reduce police officer line-of-duty deaths to fewer than 100 per year. The PoliceOne Below 100 topic features Below 100 news, training resources and expert discussion of how to eliminate preventable line-of-duty police deaths and serious injuries through training and awareness. The five principles of Below 100 are:
- Wear your seat belt
- Watch your speed
- Wear your vest
- W.I.N. - What’s Important Now?
- Remember: Complacency Kills!
Full list of Below 100 results
How the Below 100 program can save lives– 5
Doug sits down with Below 100 instructors Rod Rifredi and Kim Schlau to discuss the five tenets of the program
What we can learn from police officer deaths in 2018– 1
Criminal action, accidents and heart attacks continue to lead the list this year
Review: Armadillo Dry’s cooling vest reduces sweat, cuts odor–
The mesh ventilation makes a space between you and your body armor, creating air flow to keep you cool
How to approach difficult conversations with colleagues–
Adam Duncan and Doug Wyllie discuss how to best approach difficult conversations with officers who need a little bit of course correction.
Leadership symposium will focus on common sense police officer safety– 2
First symposium from Below 100 will offer a facilitated workshop to develop an action plan for safety
The evolution of the Below 100 program–
Dennis Valone talks about the evolution of the Below 100 program - an initiative to reduce LODDs to fewer than one hundred per year.
Too many cops are dying in single-vehicle accidents– 3
According to the Officer Down Memorial Page, the majority (seven of 10) vehicle accident deaths thus far in 2017 were single-vehicle collisions — this must end
Policing Matters Podcast: Officer wellness and safety in 21st century policing–
Jim and Doug discuss the sixth pillar of Obama's 21st Century Policing task force report
What do 2016 LODDs mean for officer safety?– 3
Although 2016 line of duty deaths related to gunfire are up more than 70 percent, it’s important to provide some context
Below 100: A reality check on officer safety– 1
Police culture has a history of resisting change and sadly, officers have died as a result of falling into a pattern of behavior facilitated by department culture
Police Week: Honor the fallen by training the living–
As you honor those who have paid with their lives, challenge yourself by examining your actions and where you are vulnerable
How we can get 'Below 100' LODDs in 2016– 5
Although the end of 2015 is still a couple of weeks away, more than 100 officers have lost their lives in the line-of-duty this year — that is insanity
5 principles of officer safety from the 'Below 100' program– 1
Dennis Valone talks to PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie about the Below 100 program - an initiative to reduce LODDs to fewer than one hundred per year.
Stop training against seatbelts: Why some FTOs have it wrong– 23
While police officers may be exempt by the vehicle code from wearing seatbelts, we’re not exempt from the laws of physics, so let’s stop training our recruits to ignore this important officer safety device