Charles Remsberg co-founded the original Street Survival Seminar and the Street Survival Newsline, authored three of the best-selling law enforcement training textbooks, and helped produce numerous award-winning training videos. His nearly three decades of work earned him the prestigious O.W. Wilson Award for outstanding contributions to law enforcement and the American Police Hall of Fame Honor Award for distinguished achievement in public service. He currently serves as the editor-in-chief of The Calibre Report®. To subscribe, email email@example.com.
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6 threats to personal excellence– 14
Don't let victim thinking undermine your warrior spirit and sabotage your aspirations for peak performance
7 habits of successful departments– 15
Successful departments place officer safety concerns and winning on the street at the forefront of their mission
8 ways to help another cop after a shooting– 19
Fellow officers can unwittingly inflict secondary assaults because they don’t know how to appropriately relate to a colleague who has been involved in an OIS
7 habits of successful police officers– 21
If you want to be the kind of officer that others respect and want to emulate, this is what it takes to get there
10 pre-attack behavior cues– 16
Officers should be familiar with easily observed warning signs that often precede an attack
Warrior mindset: 8 elements of tactical performance– 14
Your training needs to always push you to make harder decisions, thus building confidence and competence where any trace of uncertainty and mediocrity exists
Beware of talking a suspect to death– 10
How long are you willing to keep talking to a resistant and potentially dangerous subject in an effort to get him to submit peacefully to arrest? For some officers, the answer is “too long.” In fac...
How this one interview technique can beat lying suspects– 2
Subjects seeking to be deceptive overwhelmingly prefer closed-ended questions that let them get by with abbreviated statements whereas truthful individuals will mine their memories for the truth
Why 'bite-size' police training will make you a better cop– 3
Just 10 minutes a day, four days a week, 48 days a year and you end up with 32 hours of extra training you wouldn’t otherwise have had
Using the "scarcity of time" ploy– 4
Advertisers well understand the power of the “limited-time offer” in motivating consumers to take action. You often can use the same psychology to influence the behavior of suspects. Cst. Dan Frase...
3 things to expect from your lawyer in a deadly-force civil suit– 5
Police lawyer Lance LoRusso explains in his book When Cops Kill: The Aftermath of a Critical Incident that you should expect access, communication, and advice from your attorney
10 tips for when you are served with a use-of-force lawsuit notice– 2
Police attorney Lance LoRusso offers a checklist of what to do — and what not to do — when faced with a civil suit
Haunted by 'cop dreams:' An officer's real-life nightmare– 15
When the situation you've always feared and trained for happens, will you be ready?
Covert weapon warning: Beware the Strike Spike– 5
Law enforcement and military intelligence centers have issued an officer safety warning about a covert attack tool called the Strike Spike. It’s a black aluminum disk, about an inch in diameter, ...
Why 'tactical loitering' doesn't cut it anymore– 73
In an active shooter situation, there's no time to wait for backup
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