Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Contributor
Doug Wyllie is senior contributor for PoliceOne, providing police training content on a wide range of topics and trends affecting the law enforcement community. Doug hosts the PoliceOne's Policing Matters podcast, and is the host for PoliceOne Video interviews.
Doug is the 2014 Western Publishing Association “Maggie Award” winner for Best Regularly Featured Digital Edition Column, and has authored more than 1,000 articles and tactical tips. Doug is a member of International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA), an Associate Member of the California Peace Officers’ Association (CPOA), and a member of the Public Safety Writers Association (PSWA).
Contact Doug at email@example.com.
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Are you ready for suicide by cop?– 9
A suicide-by-cop incident can happen to any officer, at any time, on any shift – are you ready for the event, as well as the aftermath?
More kids with autism means more police contacts with ASD subjects– 2
You will encounter an ASD subject at some point — likely more than once — and those individuals will have a different response to police than “the usual suspects”
Come hell or high water: How floods and fires challenged cops in 2017– 1
When nature intervenes to unleash unexpected and uncontrollable mayhem, the mission of protecting life and property takes on an entirely different meaning
How AI software could monitor real-time camera feeds to detect criminal behavior– 1
Using AI and facial recognition software for real-time crime reporting is the next logical progression in how police are already using existing technology
After the Las Vegas shooting, how do we harden soft targets?– 3
The active shooter attack in Las Vegas is a turning point for how law enforcement must view the protection of large crowds of people in enclosed spaces
How video simulators are changing use-of-force training– 1
Video simulators can allow agencies to shoot video of hot spots in their jurisdictions in order to replicate conditions officers may actually face
The 'SWAT nod': How to tell other cops what your duty assignment is without saying a word– 35
This gem has been floating around the internet for a while, and while its original author is unknown, the truths are just too accurate not to share
Between the lines: Cops caught in the First Amendment war zone– 9
Violence is not free speech, so cops must be empowered with well-defined marching orders to stop protests from devolving into chaos
Cops and kids: Why the future of American law enforcement is 'child's play'– 1
You could argue that the true assessment of a police officer is how he or she interacts with juveniles
LODD versus an off-duty death: What you need to know about insurance coverage–
Give some meaningful consideration to what kind of future you want for your family in the event of an off-duty death versus dying in uniform
Cops feeling fatigued: There's a nap for that– 9
Viral photos of two cops napping in their cruiser offer reminders of the officer safety issues stemming from the fatal fatigue of shift work
What the Neb. 'OB-GYN' lawsuit says about women in policing– 12
The allegation reminds us that there have been some pretty egregious examples of mistreatment of women in law enforcement
5 quotes police leaders can use to increase officer safety and departmental success– 3
Follow the advice in these five quotes to enhance leadership of your troops and improve relationships in your community
What’s on the end of your patrol rifle?– 4
The aftermarket for muzzle brakes, flash suppressors, and compensators offers options which outperform the manufacturer — what is right for you?
Offender in pursuit that killed Okla. trooper should face murder charges– 6
Too many cops are killed during vehicle pursuits and their deaths should be considered murder, not the outcome of an inherent risk in a dangerous profession
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